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Re: Seth Pilkington 1740s
Posted by: Sandy Hodges Date: March 04, 2001 at 21:25:31
In Reply to: Re: Seth Pilkington 1740s by Bill Kittrell of 799

This is fantastic!
Patrick Maule is my ancestor. I knew he was married to Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Frye, but I didn't know her parents.
Could I ask you to explain how you read these wills? First, is it Mary or Ann who may have married Richard Evans?
If Elizabeth daughter of Sarah Porter married Patrick Maule, and Sarah herself married Seth Pilkington, how are both Patrick and Seth brothers-in-law of Joshua Porter?


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