A historic notation notes a woman as a distant grandparent but other than having a different fathers name on the marriage certificate , not matching up with any of that families sibling or children's descendants DNA and I've checked about 30 people , they note this horrific timeline for childbirth through their own calculation of events. I was just trying to get some opinions on what the chances of this birth timeline of being reality. I don't know a whole lot about child birth but it doesn't look practicable to me. I've never seen any genealogy like it. I guess you couldn't really get a retraction from an out of print book but they should be forced to do so in certain situations.
She was Born in 1767 and Married at 33 in 1800
She would of been 34 years old at this birth.
She would of been 36 years old at this birth.
She would of been 42 years old at this birth.
She would of been 47 years old at this birth.
She would of been 52 years old at this birth.