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Re: new email address

Posted: 17 Sep 2003 6:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Kay. My name is Ken McGaffic. I live in Virginia and am trying to find out information about Benjemine McGuffock. I hope you don't mind, but I am cutting and pasting my post of a few minutes ago here. Hopefully you may be able to shed some light on the subject.
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I am a descendant of Benjemine McGuffock. The path is as follows: Benjamin McGaffick Jr. Born 12/31/1782, Died 1/26/1864; (Son) Robert McGaffick Born 1824, Died 11/11/1899; (Son) Benjamin McGaffick Born 1846, Died 1937; (Son) William McGaffic Born 1876, Died in the late 50s... Don't know that date at this minute and don't want to check as I would loose this message... Anyway, I have all information of all descendants from William on down... His only son, my grandfather is Johnathon McGaffic born 12/30/1912. John had 1 sibling, Ethel, who was born in 1902 and was his school teacher when he 7 years old on. John had 10 children, 2 which died in the first 3 years of life... 1 still born, the other died of whooping cough at the age of 3. There are 7 surviving children. I have all information for all his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and I would be more than happy to share!

I also have found research and have some documentation for 90% of of Ben Jr's descendants... I am looking for any information on Benjemine McGuffock that anyone is willing to share. Preferrably, his parents and prior... I believe he had at least 2 sons by the name of Benjamin and Andrew. The names that I have found that meet the possible time frame of Benjemine's ancestor's is Robert McGuffock and a brother William McGuffolk which shared land boundries in 1762. William McGuffolk had at least 2 sons, Joseph and John McGuffock. The name changes are KILLING ME!!! This can be verified through Chester County, Pennsylvania Mills, property records. I hope to hear from anyone that has any possible information, regardless of how remote int may sound.

Thank you in advance... I can be reached at kmcgaffic@aol.com

Thanks,
Ken
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kay mcgaffick 22 Aug 2003 9:13PM GMT 
kmcgaffic 18 Sep 2003 12:44AM GMT 
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