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15717Re: [genpcncfir] Jonathan McGLAWHORN DOD

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  • Trish Worthington Cobb
    Oct 2, 2006
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      Thanks for sending this.

      This was a different Jeremiah McGlohon. There were several in the
      McGlohon/McLawhorn family. Jeremiah was a popular McGlohon/McLawhorn
      family name which was also passed down in the Worthington family,
      since the two families intermarried frequently.

      Trish


      On Oct 2, 2006, at 9:48 AM, Paula Baker wrote:

      > http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncpcfr/pittdeednotes.htm
      >
      > Some info here. Why would his property be listed in 1869 if he
      > lived until
      > 1887? Maybe this is a different one? Also perhaps there is
      > something in
      > the papers below. The entry below is from PCFR.
      >
      > McGlohon, Jeremiah.
      > Pitt Co., Feb. 10, 1819, Feb. Term 1824. Wife Fanny McGlohon; dau.
      > Priscilla
      > Turnage, wife of Levin Turnage; dau. Rebecca McGlohon, dau. Salley
      > McGlohon;
      > son Jonathan McGlohon; son Jeremiah McGlohon. Residue divided
      > between my 3
      > daus. Exec.: friend and son Jonathan McGlohon. Wits.: Jona Frizell,
      > Josiah
      > Turnage. Signed by mark Jeremiah (X) McGlohon {Seal}. "True Copy"
      > dated Aug.
      > 8, 1839, Arch. Parker, Clk. —NC Archives, John H. Bryan Papers,
      > Coll. PC
      > 6.19.
      >
      > Paula Anne Baker
      > paulabaker69@...
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