Need evidence that Jane Chew is daughter of Larkin Chew of Virginia.

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I am not seeing any links to Larkin Chew as his daughter, according to sources.
WikiTree profile: Jane Lindsey
in Genealogy Help by Maggie N. G2G6 Pilot (840k points)
Agree that she is not a daughter of Larkin Chew. I am still checking sources but I plan to remove her, especially since the Lindsay genealogies land her in a different part of Virginia.

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The will of the Larkin Chew, husband of Mary Beverly,  who died in 1770 names only two daughters, Mary and Elizabeth.  The will of his father, Larkin Chew, husband of Hannah, who died in 1728 names sons Larkin, Thomas, and John, daughter Nan Johnson, and grandson Larkin.  I don't find anyone named "Jane" in either will.
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (284k points)
selected by Maggie N.
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Not sure how these folks tie into this family but they do. Could be one of the daughters married into this family.


by Gigi Tanksley G2G6 Mach 3 (32.5k points)
Larkin Johnston was the son of “Nan” (Anna) Johnson named  in the will of the Larkin Chew who died in 1728.

Thanks for that link, Gigi. Gives me some pointers with that particular group of Johnston smiley

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