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Adams, Archer, Beasley, Bezona, Bradley, Compton, Cook, Crews, Hubbard, Journey, Linthacum/ Linthicum, Lown, Moor, Old, Reed, Remington, Rogers, Rounsevall, Richard Rounsevall, Scott, Shaw, Slye, Smith, Stockett, Tucker, Waugh, Wood.

New stuff:
- Click on Journey, above, for new evidence that Catherine Journey of Lunenburg Co was really previously from Richmond Co. (When the Journey table finishes loading, in your browser, click <edit>, then click <find> and search for Samuel Baker). Let me know what you think of the evidence. Debate is always welcome.
- Can anyone identify the Ann Crews who witnessed the will of Sarah Clanton, 1748, Brunswick Co, VA?
- Possible connection between John Waugh of Mason Co, KY and the Stafford Co, VA Waughs by way of the Doniphan family. (Search for Doniphan on the Waugh page).
- Crews clue (a Georgia connection perhaps)
- Was Richard Crews of Lunenburg Co, VA a son of Thomas of Surry Co? (NO)
- The Wood family of Charles Co-St. Mary's Co, MD - is Samuel father of Philip?
- Who were Thomasine Stonestreet and Mary Slye, who are mentioned as the goddaughters of Michael Curtis (died in 1716 in St. Mary's Co, MD)? Could they have been older daughters of Robert Slye (d. 1698 St. Mary's County, MD) by a 1st wife, assuming that Robert Slye was born earlier than 1667? Is there any proof that Robert Slye was born in 1667? I know of none. Robert Slye notes.
- Was William Waters (d. abt 1796 Charles Co) the father of the Patience who was the wife of Henry Wood?

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June 29, 2002