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Re: Any Leads on Moseleys in Southampton & Brunswick, VA?
Posted by: Ira Prince (ID *****2440) Date: May 27, 2007 at 11:07:43
In Reply to: Re: Any Leads on Moseleys in Southampton & Brunswick, VA? by Joseph Moore of 2294

Hello Mr. Moore: I have a Prince/Moseley connection that appears to originate from Brunswick co. Va. The Will of William Moseley, dated 1803 in that county, mentions a daughter, Ann Prince. My direct ancestor, John Prince Sr. born Oct. 3, 1745 in Prince George county VA enlisted in the Rev War from Chatham county NC. He resided in Union county SC after the war, and migrated with sons to Habersham county Ga. by 1825. He died there in Dec. 1840, and his obit stated his wife was Anne Moseley. Do you have any data in your files concerning Anne Mosely Prince? I am not certain at this point if the Anne Prince mentioned in the Will of William Moseley is the same that married John Prince Sr. Ira Prince


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