Welcome [3 March 2011]
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Yes, Joseph Ward and Mary his wife sold the tract Elgate on Morumsco Creek in 1712, which he had inherited. I think the Mary Baker and Mary Butler are the same person. I've always meant to look at that record and see if Baker was really Butler, as there are no Bakers in the area where Joseph Ward and the Warwicks lived. There were no Bakers in Morumsco, either.--Milchoice1 12:49, 3 March 2011 (EST)
Randall Revell (c1699-1741) [19 June 2009]
Please feel free to chance it to what you have. Or add an alternate date, places, etc. or keep both dates, places. This User has been gone from WeRelate for some time. We are trying to improve the GEDCOM's with correct, and hopefully well sourced sources.
Thank You Debbie Freeman - User DFree - volunteer--DFree 13:44, 19 June 2009 (EDT)
Warwick and Ward families of Perryhawkin [3 March 2011]
I am curious about your statement that Joseph Ward married the daughter of William Warwick. Can you point me to a source for that?
Laura Edwards--Ledwards6 17:31, 2 March 2011 (EST)
Re: Joseph Ward m. Mary Warwick
There is no specific document which states this marriage. It is based upon preponderance of evidence. Mary was married three times. I have studied the area in which the Warwick and Ward families lived for several decades, as I don't do just one family or line. I'm sorry if this is not helpful. Do you have an alternate for the wife of Joseph Ward or the husband of Mary Warwick? I'd be happy to discuss it with you.
Milchoice--Milchoice1 23:26, 2 March 2011 (EST)
In some of the published records dealing with William Warwick's estate, I found mentions of Mary Butler and Mary Baker as "next of kin". This was after 1720. However, Joseph and Mary Ward were married by 1712, based on a deed where they sold land together.--Ledwards6 09:05, 3 March 2011 (EST)