You can get this info at rootsweb, or Ancestry.com--just type in Hannah Fenton in Virginia.
It has been passed down through family to me. That is all the verification I need.
I am reminded of an old saying.
It is a wise man who knows his own father.
To accept family history without verifaction is fraught with problems.
Stories my mother told me, and believed, when checked out were incorrect as to persons involved, places and dates.
And that is just one generation ago. How can families remember facts 200 years ago?
I know many people who have made assumptions that their name is associated with 'someone famous' just because 'granny' said so.
A genealogist always check the sources to confirm the facts
or we have a scenario where 'ficticious' events are copied on and on and on.
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