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Re: Matthias Senshon Found.
Posted by: Robert St. John (ID *****8683) Date: February 27, 2012 at 10:54:58
In Reply to: Matthias Senshon Found. by Jerome Lafayette Saint John of 1820

I think they would put the body in a barrel of vinegar and it would keep. However Matthias said nothing of being sent back. He just asked for a decent burial.

I found somewhere that Elizabeth's name was Elizabeth Suzanna. I also found reference to Su8sanna Sension who was born in 1600. I suggest that she was Richard's second wife and the mother of the twins. The daughter was named after her grandmother and her mother.

I have temporary 2 week membership in genealogy.com and I found mentions of Richard as Matthias' father and to Nicolas and Elizabeth being Matthias' siblings. There is also mention of Elizabeth as Walter Hoyte's wife. But tyhey also suggest tha t Rhoda Tinker might have been Walter's wife.


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