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Re: Manners:Jefferson County Pennsylvania
Posted by: pat mendoza (ID *****7414) Date: February 21, 2011 at 12:59:25
In Reply to: Re: Manners:Jefferson County Pennsylvania by Sandi Fairbanks of 317

Ned Cowan was killed by indians about 1790, his wife was Pollly Manners,they lived in Putnum Co Tenn. I wonder if we both are looking for the same Polly. Since he died in 1790, she could have remarried and had more children. I do have more if you think it could fit your line.
Pat Mendoza


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