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Re: William Watson circa 1790-1800
Posted by: Deborah McKown (ID *****6847) Date: August 22, 2008 at 16:42:17
In Reply to: William Watson circa 1790-1800 by allen deforrest of 2288

Have you looked into possibility that Wm Watson was a Quaker? A Wm Watson came with the Wm Penn movement and proved wills and sat on court cases. I am looing for a female(Elizabeth)Watson b 01 June 1826 who married William Hewes(Hewes)Homan on 28 May 1846. Elizabeth Watson died 12 April 1900 and buried in Lake Park Cem., Swedesboro nj
Her husbands Hewes family were Quakers through Deborah Pedrick who married Wm Hewes (Hughes) and the Swedish Homan,Hjelm, Rambo,Cock, Dutch Van Der Veers.
Know nothing of who Elizabeth Watson's parents are but know she had sister Susannh who married Allen Wooley.

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