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Re: Lindsey Pullen, Lancaster Co>Fredricksburg
Posted by: Margaret Nesbitt (ID *****3239) Date: May 30, 2010 at 14:51:45
In Reply to: Re: Lindsey Pullen, Lancaster Co>Fredricksburg by Pat Cribbet of 1788

Have been putting the info I have in chronological order, in the different counties, in trying to keep these people straight with same names. That has helped a lot. I also had started a chart on huge graph paper years ago in hopes of getting right connections. Now going back to that chart, and using the Chronological listing to match up the pieces.
I do show that in Lancaster Co., VA a Jonathan did have marriage bonds 16 Dec 1763 to Betty Ann Brumley. Then sometime bef. 18 Mar 1799, a Jonathan Pullen, widower, m. Unknown (Unknown) Chilton and that the bride was widow of Moses Chilton. That goes along with your statement.
I also show Jonathan in Tax lists there in 1783 and 1785. I don't have a 1790 Census for VA. Then have the Inventory for him on 17 Jan 1791. Wish he had a Will, naming people.
Then in 1795 show a Jonathan m. Betsy Cannon and Jonathan son of Jn. and has a brother Jeduthan and they of Richmond Co. Found where another researcher had Jehu, son of Brian Pullen and Mary Ewell, with sons Jedethan, Moses and Jonathan. That shows the father of Jonathan and Jedethan as Jehu not John. They have Jonathan, the son of Jehu as being born 1766. Wish someone had written all this down about 150 years ago!

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