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Re: Four sons of Antoine Du Chaine. DE, 1730
Posted by: Judith Henderson (ID *****6525) Date: May 22, 2002 at 04:24:53
In Reply to: Re: Four sons of Antoine Du Chaine. DE, 1730 by Cheryl DuShane of 86

Cheryl:
The lady I have been corresponding with, Martha Fuller, has sent me wills for Jerome, Anthony,a Valentine, John, and Isaac.
In Jerome`s will, his first son mentioned seems to be Isac.We have found Isaac who was married to an Elizabeth, had a son Isaac, who had a son, Andrew Peterson. I am listed on World Connect with the Henderson-Whorton tree. If you have time, check it out there. Right now, I am thinking that Jerome and John were brothers and sons of Jerome. I am not sure where Anthony and the Valentine that I have wills for connect. After going to the various message boards at Ancestry.com and Genforum I have found several spellings of the Dushane name which still seem to have the same sons for an Antoine Du Chesne, Du Chene, married to Annetje Boquet,Boucquet. Have you checked into all of these? The various researchers seem to all be on Dushane pages which leads me to think that they are all connected. I am going to do some more research. Feel free to e-mail me.


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