Your added info raised an interesting point when compared with what I am doing here. You said, but of course it is circumstantial, that Jonathan may have had at least two sons, named William and John. That would tie in with the 1810 Lancaster Co., Census, if they were still alive. There's a William b. bef. 1765, no wife; Jno b. 1766-1784; Jno b. 1780-1794; Fras (female) b. 1766-1784 and then Lindsey b. 1766-1784. Very Interesting! The older Jno has 9 slaves, the widow Fras has 14 slaves and Lindsey has 1 slave. In your opinion, who was Frances the widow of?
I have Jonathan's inventory of 1791 showing his slaves and there names. Wish he had listed his sons instead.
I have some of the Military/pension/NSDAR applications, but didn't find any clues in what I have. They seemed to go hither and yon and mine apparently stayed close to original landing spot.
I am still trying to get in touch with son of a deceased 1st cousin to take the DNA test. He's the only male Pullen that I know of at the moment in the line of Lindsey Pullen. Can't find any descendants of other sons of Samuel M, they being Samuel L. and Jesse. Don't think Samuel L. had any male descendants. Will keep trying for the DNA test. Never got a response from Tim Pullen.
Let me know if any of this pops out in your mind. Thanks a million.
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