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From: alienor <>
Subject: Re: COLE
Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 13:41:44 -0400
Thanks for the info. Actually John died before the 1790 census and his son,
Perry or Perigrin was listed as living in Appoquinimink Hundred. My problem
is making the connection between John and his father, whom I believe was one
of the Coles of Shrewsbury Parish in Kent County, Maryland. My John
apparently rented the land on which he lived and it was a part of the Delaney
holdings, which means that it was probably included in the land records of
Maryland. My John was one of several Johns. His original will clearly shows
that the words, "Kent County, Maryland," have been removed and replaced with
the words, "New Castle County." But there is no definite proof of his
ancestry that I have yet found.
Mary Majesty wrote:
> Hi Linda,
> Have you seen the "RECONSTRUCTED 1790 CENSUS of DELAWARE?" I only
> copied several pages for my CULLENEY file but one of the pages has:
> Cole, Richard in Kent County Me(i)spillion Hundred
> There was an Appoquinimink Hundred but I don't have the Cole page.
> Would you want me to look for that book if I go to the Birmingham, AL
> library again? Maybe in June.
> Best regards,
> Lillian, AL
> On Wed, 16 May 2001 13:16:10 -0400 alienor <>
> > My brick wall is John Cole. I am trying to establish proof of the
> > parents of John Cole who lived on the border of Kent County, Maryland
> in the 1780s.
> > I am interested in information on the families who lived in the Cypress
> > Branch area of the Appoquinimink Forest.
> > Linda McDaniel
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