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Re: William Truelove, Franklin Co., NC, 1700s-1818
Posted by: John Norvill Jones (ID *****0347) Date: June 17, 2009 at 12:45:12
In Reply to: Re: William Truelove, Franklin Co., NC, 1700s-1818 by Faye Ferguson of 328

Faye, Susannah's husband was Adam Jones, her cousin, a soldier in the Revolution. He died sometime after the war was over, probably in Franklin County where a number of both their relatives lived. They had two children, William and Drury. I dont' know the dates of birth of either Adam's children by Susannah or those of William Truelove by her. William and Drury (Adam's sons) and Benjamin (son by Truelove) were apprenticed by the Franklin Co. court in Dec. 1791 to William Truelove to learn the coopers trade and to learn to read and write. My guess is that they were in their early teens at that point. Lucy, Susannah's daughter by Trueliove, married in 1806 so she was probably born 1788-1790.

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