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Perhaps someone can verify for me that two of John Sr. sons, Needham and Edward, married two Outlaw sisters, namely Winifred and Mary (Poly) respectively. In the book "Historical Southern Families" by Holtzclaw and ed. by Boddie, this is indicated on p.120 as follows:

"All these deeds were recorded March 1, 1833 and show the children of George Outlaw #92 and his wife Winifred as follows:

92a. Sarah Outlaw...;

92b. George Outlaw...;

92c. Winifred Outlaw, married Needham Riley by 1823. The family of Needham Riley is shown in Darlington County in the Census of 1830 with 1 male and 1 female b. 1800-10; 2 females b. 1820-25, and 3 females b. 1825-30.

92d. Mary(Polly) Outlaw, maried to Edward Riley by 1825."

My problem is that according to the 1850 Dale Co. Census, at 60 yrs old Needham would have been born in 1790, not 1800-1810; the Winniford listed below Needham in 1850 Census as 40 yrs old, would have been born in 1810;

As regards the 1850 dates corresponding to the 1830 years, they don't jive, so, what gives? Is these John Riley Sr.'s boys or what? George Beck gbeck@bellsouth.net