Has any descendant of Jonathan Dilley Calvin and Mary Griggs, who moved from Sussex Co., NJ to Martin Co., IN around 1845, ever seen or heard anything in a letter, diary, court document, oral tradition, etc. to suggest that the youngest son of their daughter, Sarah G. Calvin, was not the son of her husband, Erwin J. Moberly? That Sarah had an affair? Or maybe that the youngest son was born more than 9 months after her husband's death (Jul 1872)? Rumors? Suspicions? Anything of that sort???
It's very important to me, as the results a y-DNA test do not match the Moberly surname, but Hampton and Hollingsworth instead, and I need to know if the non-paternity event happened with the birth of my great-grandfather or in prior generations.