Or, Subtitled: When the name you ignore in a document turns out to be the key to the problem you’re trying to solve
In my penultimate posting, I told you that, having recounted Thomas Whitlock’s (abt. 1745 – 1830) story up to the point that he and wife Hannah Phillips Whitlock sold their land in Wythe County, Virginia, and moved to Kentucky in 1805, I’d proceed with a chronicle of their life in Cumberland County, Kentucky. Before I do that, however, I’d like to share some important information I’ve now unearthed about Jonathan Jennings.
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Thank you for this work. I think this will tie Jennings to the Isle of Wight family.
Thank you for your comment, Pat. I’m glad to hear that this may be helpful to you. I haven’t done enough work on Jonathan Jennings to be able to tell you more about him or his Isle of Wight County connections. I’ll be happy to hear more about those connections.