I know it sounds like I am beating a "dead horse" but here again is my
quandary in simplified terms. Payne
I have a will (proven May 1832) by one Benjamin Nevill who speaks of his
grandchildren in this will. Two of the grandchildren mentioned are Susanna
and Margaret. Also, Drury and Albert. Now, Albert and Drury are the sons of
Thomas R. Nevill, the son of Benjamin who administered his fathers will. The
girls (granddaughters) Susanna and Margaret, are not listed among the
children of Thomas? My cousin John's notes point to Margaret as a daughter
of this Thomas R. Neville, but the mother of Margaret, Susan Hill, is not a
listed wife of said Thomas; the wife is Sarah T. Green. So, we know that
Thomas R. Neville, son of Benjamin Nevill d. 1832, who had a daughter,
Margaret, mentioned in Benjamin's will, but NOT shown as a child in all
records that I can find. Margaret's DOB of 1820 fits someplace in the middle
of the children of Thomas and Sarah Green Nevill. Herein is the conundrum!
Mystery if you will!
Sorry about that, just clearing my little gray cells of this triviality.