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Jonathan,Nicholas,Christopher,Richard,Christopheer:b.1688-1822
Posted by: Raymond Collins (ID *****6372) Date: December 07, 2002 at 14:28:01
In Reply to: Re: Jonathan Jackson CHOATE b.1822,mar. HARDY by Debra LaMel of 347

Hello,Debra LaMel,
Thank you for your response. Your information about the Teneha(w) District of Texas becoming the counties of Jasper,Sabine,and Shelby may be useful to me.

Although there are many Christopher CHOATEs,I don't see any POSSIBLE ancestral CHOATE connection between your families of interest and mine until the Richard CHOATE b.8Nov1722 in Baltimore Co.,Maryland.

Jonathan Jackson CHOATE's father was Nicholas CHOATE b.about 1792 in North Carolina; he died 29July1841 in Perry Co.,Tennessee.

Nicholas' father must have been a different Christopher and was born 1Jan1750 in Bedford Co.,Virginia. This Christopher married Sally UNKNOWN about 1775 and died after 1837 in McNairy Co.,Tenn. [I don't think this Christopher and Sally had a son named Christopher.]

The father of Christopher b.1750 was Richard CHOATE b.8Nov1722 in Baltimore Co.,Maryland and and died 1788.
Christopher was named after his paternal grandfather, Christopher b.1688 in Ann Arundel Co.,Maryland.

You were looking for a connection between James MITCHUM or MICHUM and ENGLISH; perhaps,you should see if the name could have been spelled MITCHELL. I don't know of any such connection of MITCHUM,MICHUM,or MITCHELL with ENGLISH or INGLES in my ancestors. However,I have MITCHELLs and COOKs as some of my ancestors.



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