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Re: Lewis Pyron, bn late 1700's
Posted by: John Pyron (ID *****4107) Date: April 28, 2004 at 13:08:11
In Reply to: Re: Lewis Pyron, bn late 1700's by Virginia Haun of 494

According to FamilyTreeMaker, John Pyron married Sarah Leath in Caswell County November 26, 1799. They are listed there (as Pyrant) in the 1800 census as 26-40 and 16-25 respectively, no children. Do you know who John's father was? John is the one 18th century Pyron I haven't been able to place with any assurance. He was of an age to be the brother of William, born in 1757, or he could have been the son of Charles and brother of William (b.1770), Lewis and James (b.1776), but they'd all moved to Georgia by then.


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