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Re: ROLLISON/CARTER - Some Answers
Posted by: Judith Lockard Date: November 07, 1998 at 09:10:03
In Reply to: Re: ROLLISON/CARTER - Some Answers by Gail Steckel of 236

Gail and Paula,
I hadn't had a chance to post the information I found about Martha E. I had e-mailed Nita about it already. Ludlow Rollison married Martha E. RAWLEIGH in Kent County, MD on Jan. 15, 1840. This information came off of the FTW CD#224- MD Marriage index (1655-1850). I found out from Nita that Ludlow was born in 1819 and that he had a brother Henry Rollison that was born in 1820. CD#224 has a Henry M. Rollison that married a Sarah A. Woodall Mar. 21, 1850 in Kent Co., MD. You all will have to see if it is your Henry. Nita has also found out that Ludlow & Henry's father is Levin Rollison, which I had suspected once. I now know fo sure that my Jesse Rollison can't be Ludlow's father, but it appears that they are close in age, based in the fact that there children were born around the same years. It is still possible that they could be brothers, but I doubt it, they might be cousins. In my family there was a story of three brothers that came to this country; someone left money or an inheritance over in Europe(possibly England). My great-grandmother used to talk about it all the time. I will let you know when I find anything else out. I'm trying to weed out these Rollison family lines between Kent/Queen Anne's Counties. There may be two to three lines, I'm not sure.


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