Dave Jenkins
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Dave Jenkins

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Dave C. Jenkins
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Born: Oct. 13, 1957, Englewood, NJ. Son of Donald Jenkins and Mary Ann Clowse.

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posted by SJ Baty
Dave, I dont have a problem with a Sarah Bowne date such as 1728, after James. The comments about estimated age always strike me as a shot in the darK, or source with least accuracy, I would rather put her closer to what the Bowne book indicated.

Yes in this source she is listed as a daughter. https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/3753/images/quakergenvoliii-002630?clickref=1100lhaZXNaI%3Fcamref%3D1011l4xx5%2C1100lhaZXNaI&adref=&creativeid=0&campaignid=1100l415&o_iid=9971&o_lid=9971&o_sch=Unknown&pId=1643

i havent followed this line closely would rather have something that makes sense to you, Make a change and put sources up for the info


posted by Marty Ormond
I concur Dave. Please feel free to make the changes you suggested on Short-2127.
posted by Scott Anderson
Thank you for updating Willet Seaman's profile, and for the information about the Clowse family. My Jacob's family may have first immigrated to the area of Pennsylvania or Virginia, where connections with tobacco growers encouraged him to market their product in Boston. I haven't been able to confirm this, so I don't know what part of Europe the family may have arrived from. The Cloues spelling seems similarly unusual to Clowse. You and I seem to have monopolies on those WikiTree profiles.
posted by AL Wellman
Hi Dave, I haven't done any research on whether James Converse, Jr. belongs to the King Williams's War category. But I notice that he is currently the only person in it. He is on my list for further research as part of my First Burial Ground Project.
posted by Chip White Jr.
Hi Dave, NEHGS indicates both Abigail and Annah "Beamos" were "of Paxton" when their marriage intentions were filed in Leicester, Mass, to Zebulon Cutting & Benjamin Cutting. As I have time, I can research this further; the Bemis family of New Hampshire & Mass were active in the Am. Rev.
posted by Janine Barber
Hi Dave. Thanks for you comment on the Goff ONS. Please go ahead and suggest merges in the normal way where you think they are appropriate. Chris
posted by Chris Goff
Hi Dave, Thank you for your research on Cooper-981. I just orphaned her in case you want to adopt her profile and make changes.

I don't know anything about that Cooper family and I may have adopted her in error. I hope you will give her profile the case it deserves. Kitty

posted by Kitty (Cooper) Smith
Hi Dave, Just checking in. I ran across the following Folger family book. It states that Thomas Jenkins died while shearing if I read it correctly.


posted by Judith (Weeks) Ancell
Hi Dave, thanks for you comment on the Wheeler Name Study page a few months back. Sorry it has taken me sooooo long to respond. I believe the section you mention, it now clearer. I had not kept up with some merges and changes that had taken place. I appreciate you pointing out it needed some changes. John
posted by John Bentley
Welcome to the 1776 Project!!
posted by Paula J
I orphaned Cooper-3566 because I know nothing about this family. You can adopt and complete the merge if you have more information.
posted by Kitty (Cooper) Smith

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