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Re: Searching for history of NJ Souths
Posted by: James L. Mullins Date: October 24, 1999 at 09:28:39
In Reply to: Re: Searching for history of NJ Souths by John M. South of 1529

John, I read with interest your response and the knowledge that you have an extensive databank of descendants of Thomas South/Dorothy Lippington. Several years ago I made my connection to the South Family through my ancestor Jonathon Baremore (Barmore) who married Kesiah South born around 1760/65. Her parents, as has been shown in the Genealogical History of the South Family by Christine South Gee, were Joseph South and Sarah Gilpin, and that Joseph was the son of Thomas South and Dorothy Lippington. However, this Joseph died in 1813, and Dorothy Lippington was born in 1683/84, would have made it unlikely that Dorothy was his mother (since Joseph would have had to be nearly 100 years old when he died). My thought is that she was probably his grandmother, and that another Thomas or Joseph South was in between.

Can you give me any information on their relationship?

Thank you!

Jim Mullins
james.mullins@villanova.edu

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