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There is tons'n'tons of information to be found on these pages!
When listing family information and lineage
we have tried to make things more understandable to the reader(s).
Any genealogical site can become quite messy and difficult to follow or navigate, especially when the writer intends to include the wives & mothers, wherever & whenever possible, as we have done here on this website.

We have attempted to make connections clearer and more understandable while ensuring to include the women who made it all possible by birthing and mothering our ancestors!
The family lines that are connected for us are underlined and or in bold and italics.
For instance:
Thomas Lewallen b. 1643 Wales, d. 1732.  Thomas came here as in indentured servant to Daniel Vernon.  He was a Quaker.  Thomas died in 1732.
Thomas married Ruth Vernon.
Thomas Lewallan & Ruth Vernon had at least 7 children.
Children of Thomas Lewallen & Ruth were:
1.  Jesse Lewallen b. 1689 in Wales
2.  Thomas Henry b. 1675
3.  Daniel b. 1677
4.  Mary b. 1679
5.  Richard b. 1681
6.  Richard b. 1684
7.  Hannah b.
In the above family group
Thomas Lewallen is bold and underlined
and in italics.
This indicates that it is our families' line to follow.
Within the group of listed children found,
note that child #1 is also bold and underlined and in italics.  In this case it is Jesse Lewallen.
This tells the reader(s) that the next family group should be that of Jesse Lewallen and his wife.
As follows below:
Jesse b. 1689 in Wales, m. Anne Owens.
Children of Jesse b. 1689 & Anne were:
1.  Richard b. 1742
2.  Shadrack b. 1736
3.  Sarah b. 1737
4.  Meshach  b. 1738
5.  Ruth  b. 1739
As more information and other family lines are submitted for inclusion here on this website, we will attempt to follow this format and add pages for those individual family groups and then attempt to show how they connect to ours.
If not all pages are as described above, let us know where we have erred and we will make corrections as time permits.
I know there are currently some pages that need these corrections made down through the entire page of family groups.
We will be attempting to make these corrections and changes over the next few weeks.
Do you have suggestions to make things easier for the reader(s)?
Let us know.  We will give all suggestions due consideration.
It is the intent of the webmaster to redo each page until she gets it right!
This will take some effort and much time, but it will be worth every minute it takes to get it right!
Thank you for your patience and suggestions.
All information, dates, places of birth and death, in some cases, has not been substantiated.
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