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Re: Whetter Family St.Blazey, Cornwall,Eng.
Posted by: Jane Goodrich Date: July 29, 2001 at 13:05:11
In Reply to: Re: Whetter Family St.Blazey, Cornwall,Eng. by Angela Tasker of 46

Wow, that was quick. Thank you Angela for this great info. You don't happen to have any info on her children with Edward Paul do you?
I have her as having one son named John Paul who married a woman named Elizabeth BASSETT and then another source says he married Elisabeth Northcote. I was wondering if there were two wives or just a mistake. Do you know the parents of Edward Paul? Does Catherines line end with her grandparents James (Jacob) Whetter and Jane Cullis?
I am descended from Catherine and Edward thru the son John Paul to Samuel Paul who married a cornishwoman named Caroline Hooper ( daughter of David Hooper and Elizabeth Hancock. David and Elizabeth emigrated to Canada and then to Michigan USA to work in copper mines there. Samuel and Caroline eventually moved from Michigan to Vermont to work in copper mines there. Their son, John Thomas Paul( my great grandfather) married a doctor's daughter and lived his life in Vermont working as an accountant in a paper mill. Samuel's brother, William Paul also emigrated to Vermont, but was not a miner. He became a distinguished state judge. Thanks for your help. Are we related through the Whetter line?


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