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Re: JOSEPH JONES 1810 GA. m. ELIZABETH WALDEN
Posted by: C.Jones (ID *****4975) Date: September 30, 2008 at 07:36:17
In Reply to: Re: JOSEPH JONES 1810 GA. m. ELIZABETH WALDEN by Marcus C. Thomas of 255

Thank you Marcus for your reply. I have followed your posted research and communications for some time. I want very much to place my Joseph with a possible Nathan for a father. I have searched my limited resources for some connection. I cannot find any. I have always thought Joseph was orphaned at an early age AND assume the mother remarried. I do not know a mothers' name but believe it to be Sarah. I once thought it was Elizabeth. I have followed every hint or clue and except for the obvious naming patterns I am still lost in the many Jones families. As you stated, the first son of Joseph b. 1810 Ga. was Nathaniel. The first daughter was Sarah. I have The second son as William (my ancestor) and an Isaac, Aaron,Joseph, etc. followed. I accept the family connection to Isaac and Milly Jones because of the Bible posts. I assume Joseph was a nephew.
Do you have any other reason to suggest Nathan was the father of Joseph? I keep hoping some descendant will step forward with written records and old letters. Thanks. Carol Jones


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