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Re: Robert+Elizabeth Archer, son Joshua, VA
Posted by: De Anna Austin Date: October 12, 2000 at 11:15:23
In Reply to: Robert+Elizabeth Archer, son Joshua, VA by Ralph Jenkins of 285

Ralph,

I'm glad I found this site! I had a little help tho'.
In response to Robert and Elizabeth....

1. What was the name of the son that Elizabeth was pregnant with?

2. Some family research on the children,
lists (2) Joshuas? My G-Aunt Lists (2)
Roberts...says that Elizabeth named the child born in captivity after her murdered
husband and son, respectfully, who is right?

3. What ever happened to Elizabeth after she was rescued? and what year was that in?

4. Also, rumors are that Elizabeth's son (born in captivity), stayed with the Indians
and was reared by Tecumseh's parents and later became the Chief of the Miami's. Do you know anything about this?

I am related to Elizabeth through her older sister Rachel - who married John Archer - their child Elizabeth m. Joseph Titus (son of Ebenezer Titus)....Joseph and Elizabeth are my 6th Great grandparents on my Mother's mothers' side. "Clear as Mud"?
If you, or anyone else could help answer my questions, I would be very thankful to have that info.!
Thanks again,
De Anna


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