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Re: Robert Hamilton, William Jackson, James Arthur Peppers
Posted by: Richard Mickey (ID *****3589) Date: November 27, 2005 at 15:52:09
In Reply to: Re: Robert Hamilton, William Jackson, James Arthur Peppers by Helen Hay of 328

Hi Helen, Hope you had a great Thanksgiving! First of all you are definetly related to John J Peppers and Ester Whaley. The DNA test proved that beyond all doubts. Your nephew's test matched perfectly. When I looked at the gedcom file I have for John J Peppers, I found at least 3 Parker Peppers. Parker Sr. was a son of John J. Parker Sr. seems to have been married 3 times. Fist to Nancy Hastell. They had 2 sons Parker Jr. and John. His next wife was Matilda Jenkins and they had a son Kelly and a daughter Mahala. His third wife was Nancy Hayalot with no children listed. I only have minimal information on John J. Sr. - born about 1770 in Pa. and died about 1850. Esther Whaley - born September 14, 1770 in Sinepuron, Worcester County, MD. You may want to contact Karen Zander at karen.zander@gmail.com She is from this family and has been researching it for some time. Unfortunetly, my wife's Pepper family is not related as DNA testing has shown.


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