Jesus once said that, if his disciples would stop telling the Gospel, God would raise up witnesses from the stones.
Archeologists derive knowledge of the past from artifacts from the past.
The photo-images of the 1850 FC for Warren County, Missouri, show, besides Joseph Pallsgrove and his family and Moses Schoppert and his wife, Nancy Pallsgrove, and their family, the following two people:
Henry Pallsgrove 77 b. PA [i.e., Henry, b. 1773/4, son of George-2]
Catherine " 78 b. PA [i.e., Catherine Miller (Caty) b. 1772/3]
They are found on page 61A and their son and daughter are on page 66.
You can find them here:
Descendants of Joseph and Nancy should begin looking in earnest in Warren Co, MO, for their ancestors now that we know that the entire family migrated there from martinsburg, Virginia.
You can also rest assured that no one from the other Henry's family in Kentucky can lay any further claim to your Caty.
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