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Subject: Re: [LDR] Harriet Crockett Hayman - Sussex
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 13:32:39 +0000


Her father was Joseph V Crockett. The is an orphan's court deposition in Dover Archives that names all his children. Teresa

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> Jerrod ( (mailto:) )
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> Looking for some information on Harriet Crockett who married Robert Handy
> Hayman around 1824. Using census records, I am placing her birth c. 1804 and
> trying to find some parental information. She was involved in a Chancery
> Court case in Dorchester in 1835 relating to the estate of her brother
> Kendal
> Crockett. Also listed are siblings: Greensbury F. H. Crockett, Benton
> Crockett, Kitty who married James White and Louisa. The census lists her
> birthplace as Del. Could this Harriet be a descendant of the Richard
> Crockett (c1708-wp1765) who, according to the "Primer on the Crocketts of
> the
> Eastern Shore" removed to Sussex County Delaware? This Richard had a son
> Richard (1743-1787). I have a Richard Crockett marrying Milly Jones in
> Dorchester in 1801. Could Richard and Milly be my Harriet's parents and this
> Richard the son of Richard (1743-1787)? Thanks for any assistance!
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