|i.||JOSEPH27 RATCLIFF, b. about 1720, Talbot County, Maryland; d. Unknown.|
|ii.||MOSES RATCLIFF, b. about 1722, Talbot County, Maryland; d. Unknown.|
Notes for MOSES RATCLIFF:|
Moses may have married a Mary Farmer, daughter of Henry Farmer and Sarah Ward, and granddaughter of Elizabeth (Elam) Ward (Moses named a son "Elam").
|71.||iii.||JOHN RATCLIFF, b. 1725, St Michaels, Talbot County, Maryland; d. 23 May 1803, Siler City, Chatham County, North Carolina.|
|iv.||SARAH RATCLIFF, b. about 1727, Talbot County, Maryland; d. Unknown; m. JOHN VINING, SR; b. about 1722; d. Unknown.|
|v.||BENJAMIN RATCLIFF, b. about 1729, (probably) Talbot County, Maryland; d. Unknown.|
Notes for BENJAMIN RATCLIFF:|
Benjamin is thought to be a son of John and Sarah's, although proof is missing. He sold land in Johnston County, North Carolina, in 1754 to his uncle Robert Fellows. He is said to have married Jane Porter in Johnston County, North Carolina, but again no proof has been found.
|vi.||WILLIAM RATCLIFF, b. about 1730, Talbot County, Maryland; d. Aft. 1769, (Dobbs County, North Carolina?).|
|i.||JOHN27 RATCLIFF, b. about 1758, (probably) Duplin, North Carolina143; d. 24 July 1840143.|
Notes for JOHN RATCLIFF:|
Revolutionary War Soldier.
John served in the Revolutionary War. Norma Rice Brooks obtained her DAR membership [#751443] through "SC Revol. Soldier John Ratcliff Sr". [Website of Pauline Bizette Brandy: "Samuel Ratcliff Family Data" (http://www.gate.net/~sigmar/ratcliff_family.html); see "The Battle at Ratcliff's Bridge".]
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