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Re: William Truelove, Franklin Co., NC, 1700s-1818
Posted by: Faye Ferguson (ID *****0706) Date: June 18, 2009 at 08:12:08
In Reply to: Re: William Truelove, Franklin Co., NC, 1700s-1818 by John Norvill Jones of 328

No I don't know where he came from in Warren County, nor his parents. I have just found this part of my family this spring and have been working as fast as I can to find more. I have known about the Dugger name for years but only got this breakthrough when I found Sarah's obit. I knew that the family was Methodist but never that her father was a minister or his name and where she lived in Tn. When I started looking in the Nashville Christian Advocate, which is a Methodist publication with the right names it opened up a lot of information. Another line was with the Presbyterian and have found a lot through that info. It seems like the Methodist has better info. Richard's obit says he joined the Methodist in 1803. Others in the family may have joined also.

When did the Jones family move from Warren to Franklin? What is your line? I found a Henry Jones a neighbor to Thomas Truelove in Maury County Tn. Is Henry from your line or is this a different family?

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