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William SHARON m. Mary SHARP PA @1805
Posted by: Tootie Dennis Date: March 12, 2000 at 11:56:34
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This line is driving me crazy. I have been on the SHARP line since 1976 or so, have thousands of des. But Willima Sharon will not come clean with me.....I think he may be a brother to the Timothy SHARON who was in PA in the early 1800s. Just a little FYI: My SHARP line were staunch Presbyterian, they lived in Waynesboro, Washington CO. PA. They intermarried with many surnames of that area. I have a 500 page book ready to publish but I just can not let it go to publishers without some information on this family. Some of Mary's brothers mv to Ohio, some IN. ALso, her sisters who married in Washington Co., mov with their husbands to these two areas. I have searched in vain both of these states carefully and can not find this family. I would offer to exchange information with any one that could help, but I fear, I have little to exchange. The SHARON line is so vague. Mary's father, Isaac Sharp was a school master and surveyor.
They attended the Lower Ten Mile Presbyterian Church, Isaac and his wife, Mary WOOLVERTON SHARP are both buried there. I can give other surnames that Mary's siblings married. YIKES! I am about to give up on this line. Bill Putman, can you HELP.

Tootie Sharp in Amarillo, Texas


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