Notes for Elizabeth Chinn:|
Re: LONG OUTLINE, EARLY RANSDELLS!!!
Posted by: bob moore Date: May 09, 2000 at 20:42:08
In Reply to: Re: LONG OUTLINE, EARLY RANSDELLS!!! by Ed Ransdell of 440
Regarding the question of Elizabeth Moore vs. Elizabeth Chinn, here is a summary of what I got some years ago from a Ransdell correspondent:
He concludes that Margaret is the dau. of John Ransdell whose mg. to Elizabeth Chinn, dau. of above Elijah, he proves by these documents:
Loudoun Co. Will Book A., p. 290, wr. 22 Jan. 1771, pr. 11 March 1771, will of Elijah Chinn, who mentions, among others, dau. Elizabeth Chinn and the above two illegitimate children.
Loudoun Co. Deed Book F, p. 414. John Ransdell, assignee of Thos. Chinn and Levin Powell, exrs. of Elijah Chinn, Pltf., vs. William Hucheson and Edwin Furr, Dfts.
Claims filed in Public Land Records Office, London, England, Class A, p. 44. Debts which cannot be recovered in Va. courts. Elizabeth Chinn of Loudoun Co., Va., debt due with interest from 1773, 13 shillings, 1 pence. Intermarried with John Ransdell, who has since removed to Kentucky and solvent. Enquire of Col. Powell.
He says that John Ransdell, b. ca. 1754, d. ca. 1800, m. Elizabeth Chinn, is the father of Margaret who m. Morgan Bryan