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Re: Pheasant-Boswell in London 1800
Posted by: Antoinette Vawter (ID *****4891) Date: January 12, 2008 at 09:42:57
In Reply to: Pheasant-Boswell in London 1800 by Antoinette W. Vawter of 42

These two women, both named Mary Ann Pheasant, are probably related. I wish I could help you regarding your Mary Ann. The fact of her marriage and the name of her husband are unfamiliar to me. My Mary Ann Pheasant married Frederick Augustus Oldis. The couple left London for Illinois>Iowa mid-century. A son was lost during the voyage. There was correspondence to relatives in the U.S. but those letters were stolen in the 1970's upon the death of a descendant.

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