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Re: Sarah Pierpont 1728?
Posted by: Norman Pierpont (ID *****0718) Date: February 02, 2004 at 18:01:30
In Reply to: Sarah Pierpont 1728? by Carolyn Willison of 161

Carolyn,
You might want to try this site: http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rs/rak/gen/pier/piergen.htm
It is a coprighted genealogy done by Robert Kraft whom I consider the Pierpont Family Historian. Let me know if you have trouble deciphering it. The explanation is at the beginning of the genealogy.
I have found Sarah and Gustavus in the genealogy.
20>2a63 Sarah P- married Gustavus Fellows
Her parents were:
20>2a6 James P- married Sarah Dorr
Her grandparents were:
20>2a James P- married Sarah Gore
Her G-Grandfather was:
20>2 Robert P- As I read about Robert I got completely confused. Perhaps you can do better.
Have fun, Norm


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