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Re: Earle,Carpenter,Thomas,Tucker,Neavitt
Posted by: David Yeilding Date: August 22, 2001 at 11:03:48
In Reply to: Re: Earle,Carpenter,Thomas,Tucker,Neavitt by Cheryl B. Rogers of 362


Perish the thought!! I mind not one whit for your inquiry; however, I do not think that I will be of measurable assistance in your quest to trace your past.

My connection with the Thomas family branches from the Thomas family name to the Earle and Neavitt families as the last Thomas male ancestor I have, Stephen, ended about 1704 when he died and my line continues through one of his two daughters, Mary, who married Carpenter Earle and his son, Joseph, and down through one of his daughters, Mary, who married William Neavitt.

It very well might be that my Thomas family did indeed own slaves in colonial Maryland; however, I do not know anything about this family beyond the early 1700.

Sorry, Cheryl. Good luck, though.



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