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From: "dunna" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Interesting tidbit
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 12:24:52 -0600
The people you mentioned could of been ill with some incurable illness or a
Medical care then was not as good then and we have to take in consideration
were summer and spring diseases that was passed around. I had several
people in a family
who just suddenly died within a short period of time.
Could the death been a been a accident? It could of been that or any other
thing that happened
back then that caused death. But considering the person wrote their wills
on the same day and
they died later, it does make one wonder.
It could of been everyone knew which day that the wills was done. John Lee,
Barnet Hemsher, John Hemsher, Henry Clippinger, and Conrad the Clippinger
been all living in the same neighborhood. If John Hemsher, Barnet's son,
was married it
knowing his wife's maiden name could perhaps explain more the relationship
been the men.
Also knowing the maiden names of the wife's and additional family history of
all the men, if
possible, would sort of family relationship.
As you said you are 99% sure that John Lee is not related. I wish I was
that sure about some of
the Dunn's I have running around in Kentucky. All I can verify that they
are not in the same
generation as my ancestor, but I can not rule them out as being a cousin.
Especially all the ones
who come from Tennessee where mine came from.
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