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Re: Delahay's in Oxford and Talbot Co.
Posted by: KATHLEEN DILLEHAY (ID *****8829) Date: May 10, 2003 at 18:33:14
In Reply to: Delahay's in Oxford and Talbot Co. by Dick Delahay of 261

Hi Dick,

My husbands family is from your area however I have not been able to find the exact link. I have only been able to go back as far as Wilford (Wilfred) Dillehay born abt 1779. Married Martha Purdy Frederick Co. Md. 5/26/1832. There was also a Thomas Dillehay married Anna Stonebreaker Frederick Co. Md. 9/6/1806. I have not been able to find out where the name Wilford is from maybe from his mothers side of the family? My husbands Dillehay line has John Thomas, John Arthur, James W., and Charles. There was an Arthur who married Mary Wheat 11/18/1805 Montgomery Co. Md. and Willard Dillehay also living in Montgomery Co. in the 1800's along with Wilford I believe they maybe brothers I'm not sure.

"The Early Settlers of Maryland" 1633-1680. List Delahay transported to Maryland.

There was an Arthur Delahay that moved on to Sussex Co., Va. abt 1670 with his wife and son Charles.

That is all I can help you with on my end until I can go past Wilford.

Thanks Kathy





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