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Re: Richard Pendergrass, indentured, Mulatto, 1767 Va
Posted by: Lyle Gibson (ID *****0987) Date: August 06, 2011 at 10:43:58
In Reply to: Re: Richard Pendergrass, indentured, Mulatto, 1767 Va by Jill Graham of 1316

It's great to hear from you. I work on all of the genealogy for my wife's side and she is the great great grand daughter of the Reverend Henry Mayhew and Eliza Hickman. Henry was the older brother to Elizabeth Mayhew-Pendegrass. They were the children of Daniel Mayhew, Sr. and Elizabeth Curtis-Mayhew. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Curtis, Jr. and Mary Goins/Goens.

Let's keep in touch. I communicate with other Clinton County family descendants that descend from the Curtis, Mayhew, Hickman, Killion and Pendegrass families.

Lyle


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