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Re: Pitcher to Newfoundland mid 1700s
Posted by: Don Pitcher Date: January 22, 2000 at 18:35:07
In Reply to: Re: Pitcher to Newfoundland mid 1700s by Margot Duley of 974

Hi Margot:

My info seems reasonably complete for the Winterton line, The Hopeall line and the decendants of James, Bonaventure, who was born in 1791 and died in sept 1860. I am missing four or five key links as follows:

1. Was John, who was born in the 1750's and who married Catherinne in 1784, a son of Richard or was John an immigrant to NF ?

2. Was James(1791,Bonaventure) a son of John or was he (James) himself an immigrant to NF ? Elizabeth, the wife of James died 16 Aug 1849

3. Who was the father of Corbet and Isaac both of whom were of the Scilly Cove Winterton line and who were born about 1828 ?

4.Was Corbet, who married an Anne Antle in 1847, the father of Elijah/Elisha who lived his life in Hopeall ?

If you have a need for any of the info I have I can send it, and if you have any thing to offer on our four questions, we would appreciate hearing from you.

Don


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