Marvin Singleton
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Marvin Singleton

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Marvin A. Singleton
Born 1930s.
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Brother of [private brother (1930s - unknown)] and [private sister (1940s - unknown)]
Father of [private son (1970s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1980s - unknown)]
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Oh wow you go to the Dodson line!

You know the supposed line to Pocahontas cousin.

that is very interesting. Do you show that bit of Indian Americana? your DNA is showing up in some interesting lines.

Jessie Dodson or the son of Dodds! you know how that happens, someone says who lives down there, and they say Dodds sons then people start calling him Dodson! Anyway its fun.

is the Son of Jamestown john Dodd,s and had a child by some Powhatan Indian.

Here is what I know, during the starving times and Indian wars. A couple marriages occurred, the force Pocahontas to smith marriage. and maybe not a marriage but perhaps an illegitimate child Jessie DODSON who lived outside the white race. He didn't live with his Dad or Mother. Perhaps a grandmother or aunt in the tribes?

I think perhaps raised by someone else. But perhaps we could prove that line somehow with DNA. See I think we are related way back at Abraham Bledsoe he had two wives, Catherine and Sarah, Catherine's kids left home because of (Sarah CAVE?) I have a theory on her name too!

See these people were the Long Hunters, they provided meat for all the settlements and forts, the places called licks were forts, every one of the known 8 are known long hunters who ran the stations or forts!

Bledsoe lick was one, Boonesburough was another, Manskers fort, Stoners lick. And a french guy with 4 or 5 names who lived in a cave with his family, its a famous place in Kentucky, I think she may have been from (a cave), and since no one could pronounce her fathers name they called her cave.

one more thing, she was mean and they may have done it as a pay back. the Bledsoe boys all left home very early because of their step mother Sarah Cave. I would have joked about her.

actually any one of the brothers will get you in SAR or DAR. So very historical people.

posted by David Martin
Hello Marvin

Margaret (Barkham) Jennings is a descendant of several surety barons that include William Aldini, Gilbert de Clare, Richard de Clare, John de Lacy and others. There is ab issue however in the relationship of Anne (Jennings) Bledsoe to Margaret and her husband Edmubd Jennings. Anne (Jennings) Bledsoe is documented as being born in colonial Virginia. There is no evidence presented that Edmund and/or Margarwt Jennings ever immigrated to Virginia making that parent-child relationship questionable.

posted by David Douglass
your english
posted by David Martin
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posted by Dorothy Barry
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posted by Jess Wallace
Hi Marvin!

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