Comments on Jane (Preston) Breckenridge

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On NaN undefined NaN Joseph (Carr) Feese wrote on Preston-2116:

It appears there are a considerable amount of Sources supporting the lineage of Jane Preston descending from Phineas Preston and Mary Stewart. Phineas Archibald Preston, 1672 - 1703 Phineas Archibald Preston was born in 1672, at birth place, to George Preston and Alice Preston (born Plant). George was born circa 1650, in Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK. Alice was born circa 1631, in UK. Phineas was baptized on month day 1670, at baptism place. Phineas married Mary Forbes (born Stewart) in 1692, at age 20 at marriage place. Mary was born circa 1677, in Mountjoy, County Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland. They had 7 children: Col. John Preston, Jane Breckenridge (born Preston) and 5 other children. His occupation was occupation. Phineas passed away on month day 1703, at age 31 at death place, Virginia. He was buried in month 1703, at burial place, Virginia. Source: https://www.myheritage.com/names/phineas_preston Also; Sources https://www.google.com/amp/s/rosamondpress.com/2013/09/13/house-of-stuart-in-america/amp/ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Forbes,_Countess_of_Granard Also; Source: http://sherrysharp.com/genealogy/showmedia.php?mediaID=2014&medialinkID=9127 These sources seem to concur with the majority of gene- sites I have reviewed. Unless there is some evidence showing that Jane Preston has another parent, this needs to be updated Please respond Thanks Joe

WikiTree profile: Jane Breckenridge
in Genealogy Help by Joseph Feese G2G Rookie (160 points)

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As indicated on the profile, we need some reliable sources, not just unsourced family trees.   When books like Burkes Peerage do not acknowledge a child of a "noble", it starts to look like people are just trying to connect themselves to a famous lineage.   Keep looking....
by Robin Lee G2G6 Pilot (679k points)

There is an article in the Southern Presbyterian Review by Dr. Barry Waugh that says when Alexander Breckenridge died, his brother-in-law John Preston ordered an obelisk to be made for his grave and that Alexander's son Robert married his first cousin Letitia Preston.

This information is also found in The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

https://books.google.com/books?id=MZJLAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA157&lpg=PA157&dq=jane+preston+and+alexander+breckenridge&source=bl&ots=nSmAUJJIOd&sig=ACfU3U20Ze5WvdBc7BiA-6QAPq6KEjQi8w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiO8__k6YjvAhWHHM0KHUsbBIc4KBDoATAHegQIDBAD#v=onepage&q=jane%20preston%20and%20alexander%20breckenridge&f=false

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