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From: binky <>
Subject: Re: Todd--humor a poor sock puppet, and give us the current thinking on the children of Robert Abell
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 02:23:45 -0700 (PDT)
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In Edward Dale's will made 24 Aug 1694, he left Elizabeth (Dale)
Rogers "twelve pence in full of all claimes whatsoever."
In 1694 Virginia, the only "claime" allowed by law of a child against
a parent was for a share in an intestate estate. Edward Dale left a
will. Therefore, the claim had to be against Diana (Skipwith) Dale.
Therefore, Diana (Skipwith) Dale was the mother of Elizabeth (Dale)
Instead of manufacturing quotes from Brad Verity and Nat Taylor, why
don't you ask an attorney? An attorney who is also a genealogist.
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