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Re: SMITH LINGO of Delaware c 1750
Posted by: Chuck Perdue (ID *****9646) Date: March 05, 2005 at 15:38:23
In Reply to: Re: SMITH LINGO of Delaware c 1750 by Dale Jones of 684

Nathan: Thanks for the info you posted. Doesn't get me back far enough. My John Perdue would have married Mary Lingo (if he did) ca. 1720. I notice a fair number of Butlers, often associated with Lingos, Smiths, etc., in the 1733 Tax List of Somerset County, Maryland, by Wilmer O. Lankford; also in the Somerset County, Maryland Rent Rolls 1663-1723, by Ruth Dryden; and Land Records of Worcester County, Maryland 1666-1810, also by Ruth Dryden. If you haven't seen these publications you may find some connections you can make. Chuck Perdue


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