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Re: Pineo-Mayflower Connection
Posted by: Melanie Clay-Smith Date: January 21, 2001 at 18:04:29
In Reply to: Re: Pineo-Mayflower Connection by John Brenan of 445

Thank-you. I have David Sampson's death date as 1838, not 1859. I went to the Anglican cemetery, but it is in awful shape, with headstones knocked down all over the place, and couldn't find David S. there. Edwin Clay is my great-grandfather and the son you are thinking of was Henry Pineo Clay, who died of accidental poisoning. Family rumour has it that it wasn't so accidental.


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