Herb, I don't think George was the son/of George and Margaret as there was no mark for a child that young in the 1830 Cs of Clermont Co., OH where they were then. How- ever there is a mystery here. The 1840 CS shows about five
children of a young age that could not happen to a woman
of her age. It is my opinion that there was a son we have
not discovered who had these children and perhaps died.
There were many deaths at that time contributed to epidemics of cholera. There was a David Fryman in Brown Co. OH in 1830 CS which I have been unable to find in any
other CS. The 1850 CS of George and Margaret shows two
children, Joseph, b. ca 1835 and Minerva, b. ca 1837. Mar- garet is still living and is the same Margaret. She was
born 1784, and there is no other children, so the other
three were evidently left in Bracken Co., KY. Joseph's
death certificate shows his mother was Susan Baker but
the informant did not know who his father was. Joseph's first marriage was in Richland Co., and Minerva supposedly married a Samuel Yates in Richland Co., but I have been
unable to find a Samuel Yates with a wife named Minerva/ Manerva. It is possible that these marriages would show
the parents of at least one of them. Most of the marriages in Richland Co. do show the parents. I am close to 80 yrs. old now, and our ability to travel has decreased signifi- cantly. So we will not be looking these marriage records up. Perhaps you can find something in this post or in the other post I made tonight that will help you in your research. If you do have luck, please let me know. This is my e-mail address <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Alma
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