Mailing List:1999-10-05 03, Re: Ezra-6 Question, by Robert L. Ward

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From: "Robert L. Ward" <rlward1 -at- erols.com> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Ezra-6 Question Date: Tue, 05 Oct 1999 19:56:30 -0400 Dear WRG, At 01:44 AM 10/5/99 EDT, ALLAGREEN -at- aol.com wrote: >In looking at the Website tonight, I took the time to look at the section on >Ezra-6 and his descendants. In the preliminary section, in the brief writeup >on Thomas Whitney of Westminster, there was a suggestion of two possibilities >for a second marriage for Mr. Thomas Whitney. I believe that the entry on >his death in the records of St. Margaret, Westminster, will settle that >question, as it shows that his widow at the time of death was named Margaret. > >15 Apr 1637, Mr. ____ Whitney > (Admon. of his goods, as those of Thomas Whitney, of the parish of St. >Margaret, Westminster, granted 8 and 22 May, > 1637, to Margaret [NB-AEG], his widow and Francis and Robert, his sons.) > >Allan E. Green There are at least six scenarios which are possible: 1. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Margaret GEORGE. 2. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Mary GRIFFIN, and m.(3) Margaret GEORGE. 3. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Margaret ----- (not Margaret GEORGE). 4. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Mary GRIFFIN, and m.(3) Margaret -----. 5. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Margaret GEORGE, and m.(3) Margaret -----. 6. Thomas WHITNEY m.(2) Mary GRIFFIN, m.(3) Margaret GEORGE, and m.(4) Margaret -----. Allan seems to believe in #1. I believe in #2. Neither of us has any evidence to support our position, or to discredit any of the others. Regards, Robert Robert L. Ward WHITNEY Research Group <<a href="http://www.whitneygen.org/&g">http://www.whitneygen.org/&g</a>


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