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Re: William South (1756-1811) New Jersey
Posted by: John M. South Date: October 29, 1999 at 06:42:34
In Reply to: William South (1756-1811) New Jersey by Patrice Hartman of 1529

Sorry, i hadnt seen your post sooner and responded.
I have William South b abt 1762 Middlesex co NJ d 27 jan 1811 Clermont co Ohio married Hanah Malott b 22 aug 1765 Washington co Md d 6 oct 1843 Clermont co Ohio married abt 1782 Washington co MD. William's parents were Benjamin South b 7 apr 1740 Middlesex co NJ d 19 mar 1800 Middlesex co NJ, mother Keziah,
last name unknown -she was b 2 nov 1736 d jun 1789 Middlesex co NJ. Benjamins parents were Daniel South b abt 1713 Middlesex co NJ d abt 1775 Middlesex co NJ, mothers name Mary, last name unknown b abt 1710. Daniel's parents were Thomas South/Dorothy Lippington. 4 known children for sure to Thomas/Dorothy, and they are:Thomas b 1 oct 1704 Middlesex co NJ married Dorothy Buckley, Daniel b abt 1713 mar Mary, Edmond b 3 may 1718 mar Johanna Hull, and Joseph b abt 1719 mar Sarah (Gilpin?) I have over 26,000 descendants of Thomas/Dorothy if you are int in more data. Would most appreciate any data on your line that you are willing to share.My email add is: jmsouth@aisva.net


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