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Re: Paten ,Triplett, Browne, & Newman
Posted by: Maurice Woolsoncroft (ID *****5233) Date: November 16, 2005 at 07:12:36
In Reply to: Re: Paten ,Triplett, Browne, & Newman by Daisy Whiting of 321

Hello Daisy,

I see you are also studying Whiting family. In my family
Samuel Wharton born @ 1665 England and died 1732 in King George Co. VA married Ann Whiting at (Old Rappahannock,VA
- Richmond, VA) Ann was born @ 1655 . She named the children: Martha,John,Samuel Jr., William,Charles,Zacheus, Joseph, Ann, Elizabeth. In Land records RALPH WHITING
is shown to be Ann's father. This same Ralph Whiting had
patented land on the Northside of a branch of Gengoteague
Creek on 11 Mar 1694/5.

When Samuel Wharton died 22 Oct 1738. Ann then remarried a man named TURLONG. This is all I have, Can you add to what I know, please answer to wrightcroft@earthlink.net


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