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Re: James, Lamuel, Solomon and Thomas Phillips on 1790 census
Posted by: Nancy Kiser (ID *****7729) Date: April 26, 2011 at 14:58:55
In Reply to: Re: James, Lamuel, Solomon and Thomas Phillips on 1790 census by Anne Westbrook of 554

The paper trail is sparse but I will send you what I have. As I remember, the participant has since died so I can't put you in touch with him.

I agree the naming pattern is compelling. Don't forget it is always possible there was an early non-paternal event that caused the Y-DNA to diverge. We are seeing a lot of that in the DNA project. The non-paternal event could have been in either line.

Nancy


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