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Re: John Northcutt m-Lychia Ann England c1781 in VA.
Posted by: Gary E Young (ID *****1277) Date: October 25, 2011 at 05:30:39
In Reply to: John Northcutt m-Lychia Ann England c1781 in VA. by Gladys C. Shannon of 1191

Have you found your answers on these questions? I think I may have posted on this subject many years ago. It seemed probable to me that Lyncia's maiden name was Anglin--not England--and that she may have been the dau of an Adrian Anglin who had been a neighbor in Va. John Northcut had lived in Lee Co Va around 1800, but he had probably not been there very long. The name John is difficult and there are several possibilities where he may have lived previously (perhaps Greenbrier, Henry, etc). He surely began live further east in the older Northcut settlements. I suspected, but could never prove, that he was the son of Richard and Ann (Sims?) Northcutt of Henrico/Chesterfield counties. That Richard had a son Richard Jr who married Martha Moore and, after a time in Powhatten/Buckingham counties, migrated to Lincoln/Casey counties Kentucky. Richard Jr had some sons with similar names to John's including Archibald.
It is a hard family to trace due to burned-record counties and the old books are full of errors still perpetuated--such as the name "England."


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