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Re: Inman-Jarvis research

Posted By: William Charles Inman ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 207.59.134.50)
Date: Monday, 12 July 1999, at 12:50 a.m.

In Response To: Inman-Jarvis research (louise inman strother) re inman jarvis research william charles inman your thomas inman of posey county indiana was of some interest to elisha inman researchers at one time our main interest was in the thomas inman found in the u s census in orange county indiana he migrated there from knox county kentucky about and was a brother of elisha inman in fact there was a general exodus of inmans from knox co ky to indiana at that time but the thomas was not the posey co thomas nor did any of the tribe have a child old enough to be the posey co thomas the thomas inman family in posey county in was a puzzler the census shows a family of three males one age and two age and one female age it seems likely that one of the males age was married to the female age but not necessarily so none of them were children of the others they may all have been brothers and sisters perhaps moving together after their parents had died it is easy to understand why they came to indiana at this time after the battle of tippecanoe and the end of the war of with the trouble making british the land was safe for settlement why they left is problematic apparently posey county did not meet their needs a thomas inman turned up in shelby co il in my guess was that he was the posey county thomas since he was not listed in posey county after the census i had no specific reason to think that other than the similarity of names we finally gave up on him since we could not tie him into our direct line of descent we knew there was a thomas inman in the east tennessee inman line abednego and shadrack which opened up the possibility that he was a descendant of that thomas thomas inmans have been around for awhile the will of thomas inman jr of gaituppehowses in apletrewicke yorkshire england was probated on mar since he was a junior that meant that another older thomas inman had existed one who was probably born in the 's he was probably not the first thomas inman do you think that your thomas inman was the one listed in the u s census in posey co in in if you will pass on any information you have perhaps we can give this some more thought i too would like to know who his parents were william inman of raleigh nc

Messages In This Thread

Inman-Jarvis research -- louise inman strother ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 209.142.181.17) -- Tuesday, 6 July 1999, at 8:54 p.m.
Re: Inman-Jarvis research -- William Charles Inman ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 207.59.134.50) -- Monday, 12 July 1999, at 12:50 a.m.
Re: Inman-Jarvis research -- louise inman strother ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 209.142.181.100) -- Sunday, 11 July 1999, at 1:26 p.m.
Re: Inman-Jarvis research -- Louise Inman Strother ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 209.142.181.87) -- Sunday, 7 November 1999, at 9:27 p.m.
Re: Inman-Jarvis research -- Juliana Inman ( REMOTE_HOST: ; REMOTE_ADDR: 63.192.215.96) -- Thursday, 11 November 1999, at 2:16 p.m.

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