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Re: Henry Netherton - lived 1700 VA
Posted by: Marie Mimbs (ID *****8388) Date: June 25, 2009 at 09:34:14
In Reply to: Re: Henry Netherton - lived 1700 VA by Joe D. Bryant of 289

Hi, hope to clear up one link at least. I am a Pope family rearcher and have written a History on the Pope family. I have Worden Pope family in my book. Hester Netherton was his wife, stated in his will. She married Lynaugh Helm after his death in 1749. She was with child at the time and I'm sorry to say I perpetuated the saying that this child was John and he did not relocate with his brothers to Kentucky. The information given to me by another researcher but no proof. I now believe I have located another person whom I believe to be that child. BUT the main thing I want to clear up is the deed in Stafford Co., VA. When I was in Virginia searaching the Pope family. I read this deed over and over to determine if it stated Edrington, or Netherton. It was hardly distinquisble but I finally determined it was actually Netherton, not Edrington. I wished I had copied the deed but at the tine I was not that interested in Hester other than the listing of the family. I am now doing more research on the Pope family and trying to clear up some items.
Marie Mimbs

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