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Thomas Lewis ran grist mill 1700's
Posted by: Laura Hawley (ID *****3370) Date: February 05, 2008 at 15:58:35
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He was named in mother Elizabeth, nee Houser, Lewis, widow of John Lewis deed of gift to her children PGCMDLR c. 1711. According to Virginia Genealogists Magazine Genealogy he ran a grist mill close to Mt. Vernon on the Virginia side of the Potomac River and married Sarah Harrison, nee Halley there. John and Elizabeth Lewis owned Marlborough Plain which they purchased from her sister and sister's husband the Soapers in Prince George's Co., Md.

I am seeking any and all information on Thomas Lewis.

All best! Laura Hawley Mooring62@aol.com



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