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Re: Isaac Pitchlynn, 1734
Posted by: Bob Date: December 11, 2000 at 21:17:39
In Reply to: Re: Isaac Pitchlynn, 1751 by Jeniffer of 252

Jeniffer:
Yes, you have some of the Pitchlynn information correct. However, Isaac was born around 1734 and came to the Americas in 1751 as a foot and Groomsman with Willima Dick, a Mariner. Isaac was from Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The family goes back a long way in England, spelled as Pitchland. Also, John Pitchlynn was born in St. Thomas Parish, South Carolina. He always stated that he was from the Carolinas. His mother's first name was Jemima. Isaac was a Justice of the Peace and owned a lot of land in the Carolinas. Elizabeth married Lorenzo Harris. I would like to know if you know that Lorenzo had a brother named William Harris? Thanks. Bob


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