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Re: Documentation that Josiah Stanbrough died in Charleston, SC
Posted by: Jerry Scott (ID *****4712) Date: September 25, 2007 at 15:28:45
In Reply to: Re: Documentation that Josiah Stanbrough died in Charleston, SC by Anita St. Lawrence of 944


Thanks for you post on this message. I am looking for
"DOCUMENTTATION" on these facts.

There is a Josiah Stanbrough buried in St Phillips Churchyard.
and a Proven list of his Children and there births

And if there is a Josiah buried in St Phillips is he the Josiah that was in the Will of John M Stanbrough and Grandson of Peregrine who named Josiah in his Will.

Everyone has these facts but no one seems to have any Documentation to Prove these facts.

How are you related to this Stanbrough line?

Me and a Cousin would like to start a research group to try and find the Sources that will Prove this line.
The paper trail is very limited.

Right now, this is unproven Stansbrough line.
Who the father of Nehemiah, Elizabeth, Solomon, Josiah, Jr. and Icabod
is not proven. Just because John M Stanbrough named a Son Josiah in his Will does not prove he was the father to these children. What we do know is that they are brothers and sister per Solomon's Will. So this line stops here with these brothers and sister. We need Sources, Sources,

Jerry W.Scott
ggggg grandson of Ezekiel Stansberry who died in Greene Co.
Tennessee by 1830 and married Esther Kremer in Frederick
Co. Virginia.

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