Of course being from Barbadoes wouldn't negate Parthenia's African heritage but it would go a long way to explain why she is referred to as a "mulatto". I wouln't know how to debate the legality of a Quaker marriage - though I'll concede the courts, for whatever reason, did not recognize it. Also listed as Quakers were Joseph, Joseph II, and John. Do you dismiss all of Heyward' research that there were Pendarvises not of the lineage of Joseph and Parthenia? I have looked at the family tree of Laimbright and can't dismiss it outright - you obviously don't put much credance in it.
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