The Land Grant section of the Ferree Family Site states the following:
MARY FERREE, DAUGHTER OF MADAME, DID NOT RECEIVE ANY LAND DIRECTLY.
This is an error which I can not get the Ferree family genealogists to correct. Please change your records to show that ALL six of the Ferree children had land surveyed for their 333 acres share of the 2000 acres on the VERY SAME day in 1710.
Because Mary and Jane Ferree were NOT married in 1710 the land was still surveyed for them in the names of their future husbands. Jane did not get left off the list so why did Mary? Why won't the Ferree genealogists make the correction after 6 years?
The documents are in the Chester Co. Historical Society as they have the original surveryor's book of Chester County where he has clearly written that Thomas Faulkner, Richard Davis, Isaac LeFevre, Daniel Ferree, Philip Ferree, and John Ferree were each surveyed 333 acres from the 2000 acres purchased for their family.
It would seem that ALL six Ferree issue DID receive the land directly. So, why do they refuse to make the correction to the Ferree site?
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