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this is interesting information you have from your line, i would not doubt whenever i get my ducks in a row on this line that we could end up to be distantly related. have you ever read the musselwhites and allied families? it is a very interesting book, i think it was written by kate britt biggs or something like that. anyway, it has lots of info about the musselwhite family of n.c. and the club that the musselwhites there formed to keep up with one another. i have a photo copy if you are not able to access this book, i got it in an interlibrary loan through my local library, who ordered it for me from a north carolina library. since i posted this message you responded to i have made a possibly big break through on my musselwhite line. i have found that thomas musselwhite had a daughter named mary (polly is a nickname for mary) she is listed in his will as being married to a man named moab willis... so, my polly musselwhite's daughter elizabeth married johnathan starling, but strangely, the only marriage bond i can find for him in the right time frame is with an elizabeth willis... bingo! i believe my elizabeth sullivan is in fact elizabeth willis. it all makes sense, it fits her into the musselwhite line quite nc=icely, but now i have to prove it! you should e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so we won't have to communicate through this forum great to hear from you, Latresha Starling