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Re: Henry Pullin, Sr. b. 1769 Delaware
Posted by: Luan Alaniz (ID *****2448) Date: September 12, 2002 at 16:03:56
In Reply to: Henry Pullin, Sr. b. 1769 Delaware by Geraldyne Humphries Spencer of 203

Hi Geraldyne,
Thanks for posting the names of Henry's children. There were 3 names that I didn't have - Sidney, Vancey, and Frances. I have one name that you don't - James b. 1826 m.Rachael LNU children - Sarah, Harmon and John.
I am a descendant of Martha Matilda, daughter of Henry. You have her born in GA. but in 4 census records (1850-60-70-& 80) she gave her state of birth as MS. I think she was the first of Henry's children to be born in MS.
A Question: You have the wife of Wiley A. as Lydia. In the 1850 census his wife is Lidia but in the 1870 census, his wife is Elizabeth. Is this the same woman?
Another question: About Candasa or Candacy Ware Butler. I have always thought her maiden name was Ware and she married a Butler. Jared? This could explain why she and Hiram Rand sold land that belonged to Jared. Do you think this is possible?
I agree that our Henry could not have married Sarah 'Sallie" Cezan in Georgia. That couple was married in 1829 and our Henry was already in MS then. I don't know anything about Margaret Looney, other than a Stewart researcher is suppose to have found her name in a Bible as married to Henry.

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