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Re: Information needed
Posted by: thelma trivette (ID *****6701) Date: October 07, 2003 at 16:54:48
In Reply to: Re: Information needed by Tom Trivette of 299

I do not believe we decended from Robert, there is a gap somewhere, I am from the William and Lydia latham line no where can I find a Robert listed in the early part of 1800s that tie in ,but William had a son,william jr. that married Amanda Mcquire, they named there 1st son Richard. so could william sr, be the son of Richard and not John,We have so many Johns and Sams even in the 1600 and 1700s,I know that Fanny listed as Johns was born may 16, 1798 and baptisted as the daug of Richard according to moravian archives, census records also list a fanny living with richard and margaret age 22, who she is I dont know they would have been close to 50 when she was born if this would be a daug and why would they name another child fanny, also have a Gatsey Trivett married orange co. n.c.she would be the right age to be a daug of richard or john.I spent some time in Boston in 1978 and have all the early births and marriages, we tie in there I am almost sure any info that might help let me know thanks thelma


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