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What a mess, Harvey Bottoms – A REAL BRITTAIN L. BOTTOMS MESS
Posted by: Guy (ID *****2524) Date: April 24, 2011 at 02:34:59
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Brittain L. Bottoms was recorded only in Nash Co NC but you show him as the son of John Longbottom of Brunswick Co VA. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hlb&id=I18927

You said before that Brittain L. Bottoms was the son of Jones Longbottom but NOW you have an 1807 will of John Longbottom with a son Brittain L. Bottoms in it???

You say on your page that John Longbottom died before 25 Sep 1807 in Brunswick Co VA but you also show “25 Sep 1896. Inventory & appraisal of the estate of John Longbottom dec'd.”

Do you mean 25 Sep 1796? Or, do you mean 25 Sep 1806?

You say for John Longbottom: “Will: 25 Sep 1807 Brunswick County, Virginia, United States.”

Did he die before he wrote his will, Harvey?

You show, “Account of the sale of estate of James Harrison dec'd . . . Returned to Court 23 Sep 1805 by Wilie Harrison 1 of the executors” --
BUT,
you do not have ONE WORD from the supposed will of John Longbottom or a list of buyers at his estate sale.

Are there any records with the name Brittain L. Bottoms or Brittain Longbottom in any of those estate records for John Longbottom? It looks like there was no will.

AMOS L. BOTTOMS was born 1780-1784 according to the Federal Census (Nash Co NC) and there were no young males in the 1790 Federal Census for William L. Bottoms, Nash Co NC, as you show Amos the son of William on http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hlb&id=I15722

Amos L. Bottoms could not have been the son of William L. Bottoms of Nash Co NC.


Do you have anything at all that shows that William L. Bottoms of Nash Co NC was the son of Jones Longbottom, Harvey? ANYTHING AT ALL?

Your Jones Longbottom sage is a FANTASY, Harvey. You have nothing at all on him and yet you feel free to abduct Nash Co NC Bottoms to fill in your gaps.

You show: “Surry County, Virginia Court Records, 1749 – 1751 . . . “The attachment obtained by Robert Webb against the Estate of Jones Longbottom . . .”

Jones Longbottom died in or before 1751, according to you own posting above, Harvey!

Yet, you show
Children
Joseph LONGBOTTOM b: ABT 1760
William LONGBOTTOM b: ABT 1754 in Northampton County, North Carolina, United States
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hlb&id=I9253

You are MAKING A MESS of the Nash Co NC Pitman-Longbottom family history, Harvey, and it is all a result of your FANTASIES.


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