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Mary Knox

Mary Knox
Born 1940s.
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Mother of [private son (1960s - 1980s)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
Profile last modified | Created 17 Mar 2011
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Regarding Dunbar-27 I think I mistakenly removed your name from the Gospatrick truste list.

I am a Manager of that profile, and coordinator of the WikiTree House/Clan of Dunbar.

Do you have any plans to pursue a Pre 1500 Badge? Let me know if you believe you will do further work in the area of Dunbar-27. I tried your email but that didn't go thru. Regards, Marty Ormond-101

posted by Marty Ormond
Re MoIyns-1 and Molinesum-1 I think this should be merged into Molyns-1. I would guess that Molinesum is faux Latin script for Molyns. She was probably christened in a Catholic Church. Some of my relatives when christened the entry was in "made up" Latin. It took me ages to realise the game ;-( It seems to be one way for priests kept some vestige of mystique to what they do! Probably charged extra for it. As Latin was obviously a "dead" language they made things up as they went along. The entries for my family were all of a similar ending sum, dum or whatever took their fancy. Either way it gets rid of a clear duplicate. Regards Chris Hoult
posted by Chris Hoult
Bennett-937 276 and 1568

Great. Can i rely on you to do the research please?

There is no reference to anyone called Molinesum. The profile should be merged away
Mary, My Great Grandfather was Rev. J.C.A.

Bridges, son of James M. Bridges and Mary Matilda Pressley. I hope to find more info on the family and will share what I Have. Linda Bridges McKinney

I appreciate You, Mary.
posted by [Living Crum]
This is a follow-up to my private message on 29 August 2014.

Margaret Dellinger and Margaret (Dellinger) Hoyle (profiles Dellinger-20 and Dellinger-31) are the same person, and her parents are debatable. The two profiles should be merged while research continues. Would you like to do that?


These are the children I have for John Knox and jeane (Gracey) Knox.

1. William Knox born before 1740 Ireland (Rev. Soldier) 2. Samuel Knox born Jan. 1, 1747. (Rev. Soldier) 3. James Knox born 1752 Rowan Co., N.C. (Rev. Soldier) Grandfather of President James K. Polk. 4. Absalom Knox (Rev. Soldier) 5. John Knox Jr. died 1802. (Rev. Soldier) 6. Joseph Knox born Rowan Co., N.C. (Rev. Soldier) 7. Benjamin Knox born Rowan Co., N.C. (Rev. Soldier) 8. Mary Knox

Hello Mary Knox

Thank you for adding me to the Trusted List for Priscilla Bennett and Ezekiel Carter! AND, Thank you for the merger that you completed for Lucretia Carter (Carter-2028 & Carter-336)! I appreciate the work you are doing on our Carter family line. Holland-3338

Thank you, Mary Knox, for adding me to the Trusted List of Martha J. Carter.


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