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Re: Jeduthan's Children Generation 8
Posted by: Mary Ann Thurmond (ID *****8627) Date: January 30, 2011 at 16:30:43
In Reply to: Jeduthan's Children Generation 8 by Tom Fetters of 1442

Eliza (every record I've found for her lists her as Eliza, including her birth record) so I think that was her name, and not a shortening of Elizabeth, married John Montgomery.

It is not proven that Patience and Patty are the same person; it was only my conjecture in a previous post. Patience was also apparently confused with Prudence to some extent since one record I have also has her m. to a ? Hunter. It is also unknown which Silas Boynton Patty m.; there were a number of them.

If I remember correctly, Prudence and Thomas Hunter moved to Wisconsin before going to OR, and moved to Washington State after they had lived in OR.

Mary m. William Collins; both are buried in Lone Fir Cemetery in Portland, OR. I don't have dod's for them yet.

John m. Mary Brown, and didn't remarry after her death at a relatively young age.

I question whether there was a Charles, s/o Jeduthan and Eunice since I have been able to turn up NO records of him. Jeduthan II and Emma had a son, Charles Frederic(k) and I believe there may have been some confusion between the two generations since I have see this son (of J. and Eunice) listed as Charles F. also.

I'm not an expert on this line and I could certainly be wrong in my assessment.

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