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Re: George SOUTH'S (1660-1701 VA) wife was NOT a dau. of George THOMPSON (will 1690)
Posted by: SUSAN LAWRENCE (ID *****0407) Date: October 10, 2008 at 16:40:08
In Reply to: Re: George SOUTH'S (1660-1701 VA) wife was NOT a dau. of George THOMPSON (will 1690) by April Bladh of 1529

Where did you find the birthdate for William? It is not inconceivable for a man to father a son at age 57, especially with a young wife. Interesting that his father gave him cattle at such a young age.

I am finding that DNA can give some interesting answers when you can trace a line down the men. But that can be tricky too.

I agree with the deed of gift being likely at the time of marriage. You have obviously done more research on Thomas than I have. Did you ever see any mention of William Beasley/Basly/Baisley etc?

Susan


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