Susanna Welsh Darby married a "Fily"?

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Her husband John Darby would have died in KY in 1814 according to various family, and she would have been left with children under the age of 10.

Have been told that she was a "Fily" so am assuming that she remarried in years past 1814.

She is in MO cemetery as a Darby, having died 1859 on Feb 2nd.

Any information that someone could give me would be wonderful.

I can find neither mention of a marriage or a death of her?

Thanks,

 

Melanie
in Genealogy Help by Melanie Rowley G2G Rookie (250 points)

One dictionary has a filly as "Informal A lively, high-spirited girl or young woman."

So it may not have do with someone's last name in this case. 

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