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Next step: Review your GEDCOM [28 February 2010]
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Malone family [3 March 2010]
Michael,I have been observing as you have been merging your Malone family with mine. It seems most of the difference between your data and mine are in the dates. What is the source for the dates you are supplying? I have no confidence in the dates I show and would be pleased if someone could provide well sourced, credible dates. However, many of the dates you are providing don't make sense. For example, I have for Mary Wynne a birth date abt 1677 marriage 1695 and death bet 1730-32. You have alt birth as 1684 marriage 1692. This implies she was married at age 8, highly unlikely. Reading Nathaniel's will, written Jan 1732, he doesn't mention his wife, so she was presumably already dead. Of his children all are of age except his youngest daughter Mary who is left in the care of Amy. Therefore she would have to have been born after 1711, but the rest of the children must have been born before then. If Mary was indeed born in 1677 she would have been just 18 at marriage, but unlikely to have born children after about 1723. If Nathaniel and Mary were married 1695 and had children approximately at 2 year intervals, this just fits the time frame.--Scot 20:02, 2 March 2010 (EST)
malonegen.ged Imported Successfully [4 March 2010]
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