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Re: For Jan Lala
Posted by: J Friedman (ID *****8598) Date: October 25, 2008 at 12:10:35
In Reply to: Re: For Jan Lala by Robert Tedder of 1042

Woody,

John , William, Harmon and James Tedder that were in Chatham in 1800 all appear to be kin. John Tudor's children we know already left the Granville area. Harmon is with James on the 1791 tax list for Granville, Fishing Creek.( where John Tudor was at one point ) Harmon 1 poll 150 a and James 1 poll no land. James I believe to be Harmon's missing eldest son. Males were taxed as of 16. If James was 16 on the 1791 tax that would make him 25 by 1800 census and James is listed in Chatham as age 16-26 with a wife and child.

J


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