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On 15 Nov 2019 at 17:32 GMT Peter Rohman wrote:
...Agnes (w. Shadarack) & ch. Robert, Jesse, Judith, Mary, Edward, Anna Elizabeth, Richard and Henry rocf. Cedar Creek Va. dated 1784, 10, 9.
No James listed. Now of course it's possible James was an older son and had already established his own family, but not likely at 15. According to naming conventions, James son of Shadrack would have been the second son. Parents married in 1764, so son John born 1765, son James 1767 but the marriages for James Stanley are listed as 1786 & 1802. I see no reason to believe with any certainty that Shadrack had a son James and I see abundant
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