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Re: Benjamin South/Keziah 1740 NJ
Posted by: JE Palumbo (ID *****1141) Date: April 13, 2004 at 22:54:02
In Reply to: Re: Benjamin South/Keziah 1740 NJ by Donald South of 1528

I'm sorry to hear about your wife - especially to have developed Alzheimer's at such a young age. It's a terrible disease.

I would appreciate any information you might have on the Quigleys - especially Jemima. I also have quite a bit of info on the Walker's and some on the Winter's - including a photo of William T. Winter, who reportedly fought at Gettysburg during the civil war. If you give me your address I would be happy to mail you what I have.

As for Benjamin/Keziah - I'm not sure what documentation was used but the Mayflower Society has accepted this line through Benjamin South/Keziah. They show Daniel South/Mary Unknown as Benjamin's parents and Dorothy Lippington/Thomas South as Daniel's parents.

I only started working on our genealogy in the last six months so all of this is pretty new to me. Where does your line come in? Do you go back to Dorothy Lippington and Thomas South? If you have any stories on any of the people in this line I would love to hear about them. I'm really interested in what their lives were like - not just their birth, death, and marriage dates.

Judi

P.S. Dump AOL. There are some great small companies out there that have real humans who answer the phone. We use a company called PCEZ here in Oregon - don't know if they have a branch where you're at. Used them for seven years - their customer service is great.


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