RE: When does "late" mean "Dead"?
- From: <gpking@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 08:50:45 -0700 (PDT)
Cheryl, I am still thinking out loud but quietly on paper, so to
So the question is: "To where might he have moved before his death
and why?" I would also ask: "From whence did he come before
marrying this lady?"
You state that the land discussed is in Mumble county - why might
John Jones go elsewhere to die -- did he have other children
possibly before marrying this lady (who has entailed land)?
siblings? collateral relatives? What do you know about them? The
two children, "heirs of her body," that you mentioned are in Mumble
county -- possibly John Jones had other children elsewhere even
before marrying this lady, or his potential other children had moved
I gather the will entailing the land (the will of the father of John
Jones' wife) was probated in Mumble county.
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