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Re: DISHAROON, MD Records 1600s, 1700s
Posted by: Melinda Gordy Corporon Date: February 24, 2001 at 09:35:43
In Reply to: Re: DISHAROON, MD Records 1600s, 1700s by David V. Heise of 268

Just got into the SomersetCo message board and were delighted to find Disharoon. We are searching the Gordy line and have information from a book by Steve Behr "Eleven Generations of the Gordy Family", that a Mary Disharoone, daughter of Michael and Jane (Joane?) Disharoone (Dusharoone) married Adrian Bryan Gordy (also listed in various places as Gordon, Gardey). We show Adrian's name was listed in 1690 in Somerset CO MD, in the will of his father-in-law, Michael Dusharoone, as Adrian Gordon. Later, in a land sale he is referred to as Adian Gorden. Do you have a listing of Mary and Adrian's Children? We have a question? All our Gordy researchers are trying to place William Gordy, Peter Gordy and Moses Gordy, as children of Mary and Adrian. We are not sure of dates. Some information leads us to believe that William may be their son and Peter and Moses may be sons of William. We show a second wife to Adrian as Rosemond Crouch. We don't know which children belong to Mary and which, if any, to Rosemond.
Other dates we have - Adrian's estate is dated 1715 and we have a copy of its contents from maryland Accounts p 77, Prerogative office, Sommersett Co MD, January 17th, 1715/16.
Please respond to Would like to begin dialogue.

Thank you. Melinda

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