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Re: James and William Meggett re SC Wills 1745/6 & 1785
Posted by: Dee Green (ID *****0566) Date: June 26, 2009 at 17:04:00
In Reply to: Re: James and William Meggett re SC Wills 1745/6 & 1785 by Lynda Misner of 40

Actually it would not be the Stewart line of Liberty, but the Stuart line of Liberty. Related, but cousins. It's odd because my Stuarts were in Bryan and Effingham as well and also Marion Co Ms. My cousin seems to think our Stuart is of a separate line but adopted. We have had two DNA matches. So I am still seeking the true story. I think Meggett and Standyarne married into our family thru our line's brother. That remains to be absolute, but that is where I am searching now. Let's stay in touch because no telling where this thing will end up. I also research all things Stuart/Stewart for the areas aforementioned so we may be able to help each other with what we stumble on to.

A John Stuart immigrated to America in 1680. He had a son John and a son Charles for sure that were in America. It appears the son John may be the one that had dau's that married Meggett and one that married Standyarne, and while that is true of a John and his dau, I don't have proof that it was the brother of Charles. Most likely it is. I would descend from Charles in this scenario.

Good to hear from you and stay in touch. I have cousins that are related to both the Stewarts and Stuarts of Marion Co so I may find something that works for you. Do you have a Hiram in your group. They do and searching without much luck so far for more info on him. Dee

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