Margaret Smith (c.1763-1821) was baptized 13 Oct 1765 at St George's Church, Hempstead, Long Island, "daughter of Morrice and Mary Smith of Chester, Conn."
who moved from New York to British West Florida about 1777.
Morgan Edwards (c.1750-Apr 1798) and Margaret Smith married about 1782.
Mary Edwards (about 1783-before 1810) married 1 Jul 1800 John Wood (1777-1857) at St. Bernard's Church in old Galveztown.
John Wilkes "Jack" Edwards (26 Jul 1784-20 Sep 1847 or 1853) married Mary Jane Weathersby, also had two children by Nancy Ann Lloyd; the first sheriff of St Tammany Parish in 1813 His birthdate is often given as 26 Jul 1774. But the Census of 1840, Washington Parish, shows him aged 50-60.
Daniel Edwards (29 Jan 1787-5 Jul 1877) m.7 Apr 1814 Mary "Polly" Cooper (d.1827), 5 children; m.17 Jul 1834 Eliza Bankston (1814-1882) lived in Tangipahoa Pr, LA; State Representative and Senator, 10 children
Margaret "Peggy" Edwards (30 Jul 1789-6 Nov 1864) m.1805 Samuel Simms; m.1816 James Lorriens; m.1821 Thomas Tate
Aner Edwards (1 Feb 1792-before 1829) never married. She was baptized 5 April 1793 as "Maria Luisa,"
Robert Edwards (c.1794-c.1835) m.17 Mar 1819 Esther (Hester) Gill, State Legislator
Charles Morgan Edwards (8 Dec 1797-8 Oct 1835) m.31 Dec 1818 Eliza Roach (1800-1866) She ran the Planters Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi.
After Morgan's death, she married Hugh Sheridan 1 Nov 1800 at St Bernard's Church in (old) Galveztown, Louisiana.
Samuel Sheridan (6 May 1801-20 Feb 1867) married 1841 Rebecca Elizabeth Hunt (1821-1895) lived in Washington Parrish, LA. 5 children.
Charlotte Sheridan (8 Mar 1804-late 1844) married 20 Feb 1831 Dr. John Allen Veatch (5 Mar 1808-24 Apr 1870).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Peggy by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Peggy: