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Re: Tristam Norsworthy & Esther Bagnall
Posted by: Elizabeth Pitts (ID *****8418) Date: August 20, 2008 at 18:41:04
In Reply to: Re: Tristam Norsworthy & Esther Bagnall by Pat of 590

Gee! Finding two somebodys related to the Norsworthy Family is just too good to be true! Re your message "Hi Lib, I descend down the line of George Norsworthy b. 1632 and Elizabeth Pitt, thru George b. 1652. m. Martha Pitt. Son Charles b 1700 m. Ann Best d. aft 1734. ..... Then James Kedar Norsworthy, m Mary Clayton, Then thru George Croft Norsworthy, b 1849, m. Melinda Wilson, 2nd m. to Savanah Wilson, after death of Milanda, they were sisters. Any help is welcome. Pat

This is the info I have but no sources so glad to know there are relatives. I was not sure if the death date of aft 1734 was for Ann Best or Charles Norseworthy b 1700. I have them with a child James Kedar Norsworthy, but without dates but with wife Mary Clayton and their son George Coft Norsworthy b. 1849 who m. Melinda Wilson, so perhaps I have seen some posting of yours awhile back. I would love to communicate with you about your lineage. My husband is of the lineage of Charles Pitts b. 1677 and I have had DNA done on him, finding quite a few exact matches, but always want more information on the allied families. Sometimes I find more from the allied families. Please feel free to email me direct.
Best regards,
Lib Pitts

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