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Re: POULTON,Daughtery,Stephens,Miller, OH
Posted by: Tom Houston Date: October 09, 2000 at 10:12:28
In Reply to: Re: POULTON,Daughtery,Stephens,Miller, OH by Jane Smith Grezlik of 137

Jane, I don't have much on this line. Issac was transported later than his brothers. I believe that his indenture was secured by a Green but have not proof. Possiblities are
Garrett of Greenbrier WV or Edward of Botetourt VA. Edward appears to be connected as he was surety bond for Frederick Gromer (Grawmer in Botetourt and Fincastle records)and Mary Green in 1777. Edward is also on the same tax list as a Swain Pollston who we believe is related.
Early Marriages, Wills, and Some Revolutionary War Records compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell list this entry: Pollston, Benjamin. Will pro. Aug 1770. List wife Mary, a dau Margaret (under age), and a bro Swain.
Jacob Gromer married Barbara Poulton and they moved to Clay Co Mo. I don't record any others of the Poulton family coming unless they changed their and I haven't caught it.
This is possible and plausible. There is a Poulton in Maryland military records also listed as Boulton and Ralston. There are Ralstons in Clay County.
Where did you access the diary you mention? I would like to see it.


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