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Re: WILL OF JOB JENNESS, SON OF JOB & MARY (JENNESS) JENNESS OF RYE, NH
Posted by: churchmouse (ID *****4569) Date: July 30, 2005 at 19:53:07
In Reply to: WILL OF JOB JENNESS, SON OF JOB & MARY (JENNESS) JENNESS OF RYE, NH by Max L. Jenness of 638

Max, I was just searching through the Jenness forum on genform and saw your posting from 21 Oct 2002. In it you reveal exerpts from the will of Job Jenness (1737-1807). In it you mention a witness' name "Samuel W. Seavey". Do you know if that is Samuel Wallis Seavey? Samuel Wallis Seavey is in my paternal line. I also have a Judith JENNESS b. 21Oct1809 in Rye, NH who married Samuel Porter SEAVEY 02Jan1830. I wonder if Judith Jenness could be the Judith (Jewell) Jenness, the one mentioned in your posting 28Jan2001. You were then addressing a query on a Mary Jenness who m. Joseph Huckins who was born 3 Nov 1766 in Pembroke, NH. I am looking for all the info about a Judith JENNESS b.21Oct1809 Rye, NH - d.03June1862, and was married on 02Jan1830 to Samuel Porter Seavey of Rochester, Strafford, NH. You seem so knowledgeable as to the JENNESS lineage. Can you help me? Please either post a message here, or email me at: steve1966@coastalnow.net Your help will be greatly appreciated. If I have any info you may want, I am willing to share. Thanks in advance. Gail Remick Veve


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