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Re: Joseph and Charity, Washington County, MD, 1700s
Posted by: Duane Boggs (ID *****6286) Date: May 19, 2010 at 13:24:54
In Reply to: Re: Joseph and Charity, Washington County, MD, 1700s by Duane Boggs of 1673

Based on the information in the foregoing messages/queries, then it is just barely possible that Ann, wife of Isaac Lemasters, was the daughter of Joseph and Charity (Johnson) Flint. If Joseph and Charity married in 1737 and had daughter Ann in 1738, and if Ann married Isaac Lemasters in 1754 (when she would have been age 16), then this THEORY MIGHT work. The timing is very tight, and if it did not happen along this kind of timeline, then I personally would have to conclude that Ann, wife of Isaac, was NOT the daughter of Joseph and Charity (Johnson) Flint.

Does anyone have other ideas?


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