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Re: WILLIAM AND MARY CORMAC, 17th c. Ireland
Posted by: Robert Glider (ID *****1973) Date: February 19, 2004 at 12:37:05
In Reply to: WILLIAM AND MARY CORMAC, 17th c. Ireland by Tamara of 325

I realize that a great deal of time has passed since your original inquiry. However, I am a writer trying to follow the trail of Anne Cormac Bonny after her pardon when she left Port Royal. Other than what you wrote and the known story which has been romanticized with hundreds of postings on the internet, I found in my research a reference to an Ann Bonny being buried in a cemetary called 'Sweethaven' in the County of York, Virginia. Does that fit anything that you may have discovered? Also, I would be most appreciative of any information that you have uncovered and could provide that ties together this information and links to your heritage.

Robert James Glider


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