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Re: walter ker, freehold (1656-1748)
Posted by: Jason Lutz (ID *****0430) Date: December 24, 2007 at 22:08:12
In Reply to: Re: walter ker, freehold (1656-1748) by Timothy Taylor of 131

You made mention in an earlier post that the Walter of Old Tennant might be the same as the Walter of Sweet Singers; that the reason some say he is an entirely different man mostly because he was such a drastically-changed person between the two periods of his life. Perhaps the reason people say he was born in Dalserf has less to do with his physical birth to this earth, and more to do with a spiritual re-birth...? Food for thought.

A note on my research...everything I have seen shows the ship he sailed from Scotland to be "O'Henry and Francisco". Very similar, indeed, to "Henry and Francis", but can anyone verify this?

Jason


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