Michael John Neill's weekly genealogy how-to column.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Only One Lady Among Them
This is one of the items I am working on "down the road."
In reviewing this list of purchases from the estate of Thomas Rampley in Coshocton County, Ohio, in the 1820s there is only one female whose name appears among the purchasers.
Her presence on the list isn't proof that she is the widow of Thomas, but would you consider it evidence that she's the widow?
The records of the settlement of Thomas' estate do not name his widow.
Michael John Neill
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