In follow-up of your posting on Nathan Newlin, his partner, #6250 was Ann Berry according to the minutes of Cecil Meeting, MD.
It said she had two base-born ch. by him, both born at one birth. (If he went out-in-marriage with another woman, then Susannah must have died?) In 1773 Susannah,(his dau) went back to Cecil Meeting, at age 15. What happened to the two older children? And I suppose the twins stayed with Ann Berry. And would Berry have been their last name?
According to the vital records of Kent and Sussex Cos., DE,
Phoebe Corse Offley was married to Nathan Newlin in 1770.
Source: Duck Creek Meeting at the Friends library at Swarthmore, PA.
Does it say what it is Nathan is owing the Court in North Sassafras Hundred? What a scoundrel! And he might prove to be my ancester! Makes it interesting.
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