Frances Dodd was enumerated at Union, Union County, South Carolina for the United States Census, 1850. She was noted as born 1785 in South Carolina as seen in this image of the original census. Also included in the household are male Jesse Dodd, female Nancy Dodd, male Edward Dodd, female Sarah A Dodd and male Joel Dodd.
This is interesting, Frances in 1762/1763 will of Grandfather?
"Item: I give to my grand daughter Frances Harris one negro boy named Daniel when she shall arrive at the age of eighteen years or marrys to her and her heirs forever. Item...3rd day of February, 1763."
Since all of the grandchildren are listed with the surname Harris, where does Frances Glen come into this? Gaulden-7 12:15, 9 October 2015 (EDT)
"my six grandchildren that is to say:
and there is this note at the bottom: "Frances married second Lewis Mitchell- This document goes into the division of property of James Glenn among these various heirs."
Then: "Frances Grand Daughter of the will Harris (b.Abt 1751) sp: William Glenn (b.1746;d.1820)" She is a generation younger than this profile.
Since this is part of a DNA study, I'll contact them to compare my results with them. Gaulden-7 12:18, 9 October 2015 (EDT)
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