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  1. Martha Ketchum: Birth: ABT 1786. Death: ABT 1860 in Mississippi

  2. Joseph Ketchum: Birth: ABT 1787 in Virginia. Death: Apr 1847 in Bledsoe Co., TN

  3. Jacob Ketchum: Birth: ABT 1795. Death: Jan 1842 in Fannin Co., TX

  4. Catherine Ketchum: Birth: 1798 in Tennessee. Death: in Pontotoc, Mississippi

  5. Peter Reasor Ketchum: Birth: ABT 1800 in Virginia. Death: 6 Apr 1868 in Caldwell Co., Texas

  6. Christiana Ketchum: Birth: ABT 1806.

  7. Christopher William Ketchum: Birth: 25 Feb 1806 in Tennessee. Death: 19 Oct 1851 in Christian Co., Illinois

  8. Luther Henderson Ketchum: Birth: 10 Nov 1809 in Tennessee. Death: 23 Nov 1875 in Blount Co., Alabama

  9. Elizabeth Ketchum: Birth: 1811. Death: 5 Jun 1881 in Bangor, Blount County, Alabama


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a. Note:   ldren of a Peter and Anna Reasor. They had six children, maybe more, one of which was Daniel Reasor born in Montgomery Co., VA b7/23/1782, one was Christian, and another was Mary who is listed first among the six children, but no birthdate given for her. The only information given for her is that she married Edward Ketchum, and they were in Bledsoe Co, TN in 1811. Before that they were apparently in Knox County, Tennessee.
  Land Purchase ? Ralph Shelton (III) ? Deed Book L1, Entry #298, Knox County Tennessee, April 28, 1806, pp. 314-315.Ralph purchased from EDWARD CATCHAM (both of Knox County) for $1,000 a 300 acre tract of land in Hinds Valley, including the head waters of Hickory Creek ?- - being the second creek that empties into the Clinch below Beaver Creek beginning at two black oaks on the Black Oak Ridge running S45W 300 poles to a hickory on conditional lines made between the said EDWARD CATCHUM and JOSEPH CATCHUM, then with said conditional line N45W 160 poles to a stake, then N45E 300 poles to a white oak, from thence a direct line to the beginning, it being a part of a 400 acre tract of land granted by patent to William Reed by the State of North Carolina - - ?. Witnesses were Culbert Shelton, Benjamin Crain, West Walker, and George Davis. Recorded July 1806 and registered July 30, 1806. ---------------------------------------------------------- I'm researching the connection between the Ketchum`s and the Shelton`s....My Ggggrandfather John Shelton Married Mary Ketchum in the early 1800s probably in Knox Co.. His father was Ralph Shelton III...Thank you for any help.... Bill Burke - billburke22340@netscape.com posted 2006 on http://genforum.genealogy.com/ketchum/messages/812.html ---------------------------------------------------------- The first son of Edward Ketchum was named Peter Ketchum, named after his maternal grandfather (Peter Reasor). The second son of Edward was named Jacob, presumable after his maternal grandfather (Jacob Israel Ketcham). The third son of Edward was named after his grandfather (Joseph). ---------------------------------------------------------- Property - [date: 1800] [place: Wythe County, VA] 90 acres on headwater of S. Fork of Holston River Page 536 --(1800) EDWARD CATCHEM to Peter Tarter. 90 acres on headwaters of S. Fk. of Holston adjacent to Wisman, CATCHEM, & Dougherty. Witness: John Griffits, Christian Reoser (Razor/Reasor), Nathional Morgan, 200 pounds. ---------------------------------------------------------- EDWARD, JAMES, JESSE and JOSEPH KETCHUM (CATCHEM/CATCHIM) owned land on the Holston River in Washington Co., Virginia. HUGH, JAMES, JESSE & JOSEPH KETCHIM were on the 1797 Tithable Washington County, VA tax list. They were on the "same day taken" list with 1 tithable each.
  HUGH KETCHUM was born 1761.
  ALABAMA PENSION ROLL OF 1835 - HUGH CATCHUM, LIMESTONE COUNTY, PRIVATE, NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA, NORTH CAROLINA STATE TROOPS, $46.66 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE, $139.98 AMOUNT RECEIVED, PENSION STARTED JANUARY 24, 1833, AGE 72* *Nona Reed Williams <newilliams1@sbcglobal.net> is a descendant of Hugh Ketchum b. 1762 who died in Limestone Co. Ala. through his daughter, Justine (Jeston) who married Elijah Reed. She says "Hugh had two sons, William b. 1799 and Jesse, b. 1802 and I have only circumstantial evidence of that, but they both moved to Tippah Co. MS as did my ancestors and several of their siblings. There were at least 6 daughters of Hugh, judging by the 1830 Limestone Co. Ala Census. One of those was my ancestress Justine (Jeston) Ketchum (b. 1814) who married Elijah Reed in Limestone Co. The families were neighbors."
  The Militia of Washington County, Virginia 1777-1835 INDEX OF MILITARY OFFICERS Cetchum, William Elected 4th Lieut., 70th Reg., 7 Mar. 1835 INDEX OF MILITIA MEN Catchan, Jacob 70th Reg., 1833 Catchem, James Rifle Company, 1st Batt., 70th REg., 1807. Ketchim, James 70th Reg., 1802. ------------------------------------------------------------ Land Records - Washington County Survey Book 2, page 23 - JESSE CATCHIM - 100 acres - 13 Mar 1783 - 09 Dec 1797 - south side of South Fork of Holston River. Bounds: Elias DEBUSK Entry, JAMES CATCHIM, Paul ROUSE's corner. ----------------------------------------------------------- LDS Microfilm-Washington Co., VA Personal Property Tax List 1782-1820 - JAMES CATCHEM listed Jan. 1790. According to time line and location, likely a brother of Edward. James was born in North Carolina. Also JOSEPH CATCHIM & Mary COURTNEY were married in Washington County, VA on 04 Oct 1794 by Andrew BAKER, a Baptist minister, that seems to have been the pastor of St. Clairs Bottom's church from about 1794 to about 1797. [Source: "The Marriages of Washington Co., VA, 1781-1853" (1993), by D.E. BROWN, pages 9 & 69]. St. Clairs Bottom is located on the USGS Chilhowie Topo Quad map (Route 762 & the South Fork of the Holston River) about two miles east of the Washington/Smyth county line. -------------------------------------------------------------- Annals of Southwest Virginia, pub. 1929, page 275: September 18, 1792, Robert EDMONDSON to JAMES CATCHIM, for 10 pounds, 286 acres on the south side of the South Fork of Holston River. Washington County, Virginia. NOTE: "The Catchim (Ketchum) Place" became a landmark in Widener's Valley. The headspring of Ketchum Branch starts on this property, a tributary to the South Fork of Holston River about 3 miles East Northeast of Lodi about a half mile north of Buck Bridge. (see USGS Konnarock Topo quad map).
  This same USGS map shows the Ketchum Cemetery in the same location, about a mile east of the S. Fork of the Holston River and a mile south of Rush Creek. This location is about 2-3 miles east southeast of Lodi and about a mile west of a "Masada" Church, and a quarter mile or less north of Ketchum Branch. This is almost certainly where some of these Ketchum/Catchum kin are buried.
  Ketchum Cemetery would have been located roughly in the middle of the upper or northern part of an 18 Sep 1792 deed from Robert EDMONDSON, of Davidson County, Territory U.S.A. South River Ohio to James CATCHIM. For 10 pounds -- 286 acres on the south side of the south Fork of the Holston River adjacent Samuel CARSON. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 1:275.]
  The approximate cemetery location was plotted out by Bob Ford, plotting the above deed and several nearby deeds and then merging them, scaling the merge to 2,000 feet per inch to correspond with the USGS Konnarock Topo Quad map (which is also scaled at 2,000 feet per inch), printing a transparency of the merge and overlaying the transparency on the USGS Konnarock Topo Quad map. "Anchor points" given in the metes and bounds of the various merged tracts -- such as one corner in a 550 acre deed having a "maple, sugar [tree] and gum" near the mouth of Rush Creek -- allows for approximately positioning the tracts on the Topographic map (assuming the surveys for the tracts are fairly accurate). -------------------------------------------------------------- Robert EDMUNDSON* [also spelled EDMONDSON, EDMISTON] was granted a Land Grant for 400 acres on 02 Oct 1787. [Source: VA Land Grant Book 13:700-702.] *There was a William Edmondson, son of Moses Edmondson, who married Margaret Ketchum 1798 in Washington County. Likely same family.
  Robert EDMONDSON sold the 286 acres above and on the same date (18 Sep 1792) sold the rest of his 400 acre Land Grant (114 acres) to Samuel CARSON. The 114 acres was the western part of Robert's 400 acre LG and was adjacent to JAMES CATCHIM and another tract of Samuel CARSON. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 1:274.]
  On 15 Dec 1800, Elijah DEBUSK & Catharine his wife sold 56 acres to James CATCHEM. This tract bordered the upper eastern part of JAMES CATCHIM's 286 acre tract. A 14 pole (231 foot long) and 2 pole (33 foot wide) "finger" of land extended eastward from about the center of the eastern boundary line of the 56 acres and may have been done to gain access to Rush Creek. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 2:357.]
  On the same date (15 Dec 1800), Elijah & Catharine DEBUSK sold 54 acres to Joseph CATCHEM. This tract bordered the eastern boundary of JAMES CATCHEM's 56 acre tract and shows the 14 pole by 2 pole notch into the western section of the 54 acres. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 2:356]. JOSEPH CATCHEM & Mary his wife sold the 54 acres back to Elijah DEBUSK on 18 Jan 1802. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 2:486-487]. Elijah DEBUSK & Catharine his wife then sold the 54 acres on Rush Creek to their son Isaac DEBUSK on 19 Jan 1822. The 54 acres was adjacent to JAMES CATCHEM and Elijah DEBUSK. [Source: Washington County Deed Book 7:520-522.] ------------------------------------------------------------- There was a James CATCHEM in a Washington County tax list in 1790 in the Upper District (that would include the Rush Creek/Widener Valley area). [Source: Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists, Vol. 1, (2004), by Jack Hockett, page 181.] No CATCHEM/KETCHUM's, etc., were in Washington County tax lists for the years 1786 through 1789. ------------------------------------------------------------- James CATCHEM is enumerated on the next to the last line of page 696 of the 1810 Washington County Census: Jas CETCHAM, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 16-25, 1 male under 10 years, 1 female under 10 years. Two of James CETCHAM's neighbors, Samuel and David CARSON were 2 and 3 lines above James. [The index to my copy of the 1810 census has Jas CETCHAM's last name as CALEHAM which is incorrect.] -------------------------------------------------------------- James KETCHAM, one small farm on the south side of the South Fork of the Holston River, joining David CARSON, Elijah DEBUSK and Jos. ARTHUR, containing 216 acres, having thereon four log "cabbins," valued at $650. [Source: "Supplement To Southwest Virginia Tax Assessments, 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, & Wythe Counties, 1992, by Mary B. Kegley, page 11.] --------------------------------------------------------------- Joseph ARTHUR, one small farm on the south side of the South Fork of Holston, joining Sam'l FULTON, Sam'l CARSON, and James KETCHUM, 97 acres having thereon three log "cabbins," valued at $300. [Source: "Southwest Virginia Tax Assessments, 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, & Wythe Counties, 1991, by Mary B. Kegley, page 94.] (Joseph ARTHUR's tract was on the northwest side of James KETCHUM's tract. Samuel, Andrew & John FULTON's 1,100 acre tract was on the northwest side of Joseph ARTHUR's tract and included the knobs between ARTHUR and the South Fork of the Holston River ).
  David CARSON, one farm on the south side of the South Fork of Holston, joining Elijah DEBUSK, Saml. CARSON and James [Joseph?] ARTHUR, 103 1/2 acres having thereon one log dwelling house, one log barn, and two log "cabbins," valued at $600. [Source: "Southwest Virginia Tax Assessments, 1815, Grayson, Lee, Scott, Russell, Washington, & Wythe Counties, 1991, by Mary B. Kegley, page 99.]
  JAMES CATCHIM b.1771 NC, d.1840. James and Martha both from North Carolina. Will dated 8 Apr 1836, probated 23 Mar 1840. Estate to wife Martha (Phillips), to children Jacob b. ca. 1808 m.Matilda Loggins, died in Civil War, William, James, Mary, John b. ca.1820, Nancy Jane b. ca. 1827 m.John A. Widener, Edward M. m.(1) Martha Hill (2) Martha McNew) d.18 Jan 1903, Margaret m. Wm. Edmondson, Samuel d.in Civil War, Lydia, Elijah d.1850s, and Martha "Marthy" b.ca.1817 (m.Peleg Cole), and granddaughter Elizabeth Anne Edmunton. Andrew Edmunton, Jr. Executor. Sources: Gordon Aronhime Papers, Library of Virginia, and Ethel Ketchum TREGO, ggranddaughter of Jacob, 416 W. Detroit Ave, Monmouth, IL 61462 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Description: 40 acres on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River adjoining John Roe, and JAMES CATCHIM. Source: Land Office Grants No. 54, 1804-1806, p. 119 (Reel 120). Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Washington County Surveyors Record 1781-1797 by Rhonda Robertson, 1998 - Page 434 - Paulser Rouse, assignee of William Fletcher - 150 ac - Commissioners Certificate - on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River - corner to John Couts part of certificate - corner to JAMES CATCHEMs land - with Debusks line - April 7, 1795 ------------------------------------------------------------------ Location: Washington County. Description: 109 acres on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River adjoining JOSEPH CATCHIM. John Jones etc. Hortenstine, Jacob. grantee. Source: Land Office Grants No. 33, 1795-1796, p. 129 (Reel 99). ------------------------------------------------------------------ (NOTE: John Jones married Susanna Courtney on 03 Nov 1787 in Washington County, Virginia. JOSEPH CATCHIM married Mary Courtney on 04 Oct 1794 in Washington County, Virginia.) ------------------------------------------------------------------ Land Grant: ROBERT BROOKE, Esquire Govenor of the commonwealth of Virginia. To all to whom these presents shall come Greetings. KNOW YE that by the virture of the Land Office Treasury Warrant number sixteen thousand, seven hundred and sixty five (16765) issued the tenth day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighty three and fifteen thousand and twenty seven (15027) issued the twenty third day of December one thousand seven hundred and eighty two thee is Granted by the said commonwealth unto Jacob Hortenstine a certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing one hundred and nine Acres by Survey bearing date the eighth day of June one thousand seven hundred and ninety three lying and being in the County of Washington on a branch of the South fork of Holstein River and bounded as followith to wit Beginning at a black oak and white oak, on the south side of the knob a corner of JOSEPH CATCHUMs land, and with his line, South thirty two degrees East eighty poles to a Sourwood and a fallen red oak, thence leaving CATCHUMs corner North thirty four degrees East one hundred and seventy four poles to a black oak and white oak, corner to John Jones land, and with his line North fifty six degrees West eighty poles to a black Walnut, Lyme and Sugartree sapling on a Rocky hill South fifty seven degrees West twenty six poles to between two white oaks on the side of a valley, North sixty five degrees West thirty eight poles to two white oak saplings on the side of the knob South eight degrees West one hundred and thirty one poles to the beginning. With its appurtinances to have and to hold the said Tract or Parcel of Land with its appurtenances to the said Jacob Hortenstine and his Heirs forever. IN WITNES WHEREOF the said Robert Brooke Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his Hand and caused the lessor? seal of the Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the twenty eighth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five and of the commonwealth the twentieth. ROBERT BROOKE
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Roll #34: BLEDSOE: Register of Deeds: Vol.: A-D Jan 1808-Aug 1826: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Vol. D pg. 173-174 [Deed to Edward Ketchum, witnessed by his son-in-law Robert Raines] This Indenture made this 12th day of July in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen between James Roberson Executor and Rhoda Roberson now Rhoda McDonough Executrix of the estate of William Roberson Deacesd. of the one part and Edward Ketchum of the other part all of the County of Bledsoe and State of Tennessee Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar paid into the hands of the said James Roberson Executor and Rhoda McDonough Executrix for the heirs of the said William Roberson, Deceased the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath, and by these presents doth grant bargain, Sell allien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Edward Ketchum his heirs and assigns forever, a certain parcel or tract of land, lying and being in the County of Bledsoe on the northwest side of Sequatchie River where the said Ketchum now lives, Beginning on a Stake on the line of division between lots No. 10 & 11 then north 68° East 104 poles to a black oak then South 30° East 8 poles to a Stake, the north 73° East along a line with Stephen Richards 148 pi. to two poplars then north forty five degrees west along a line with David Rainey 212 poles to a post oak then S. 76 W68 poles to a walnut then S20 W20 poles to a Stake, then S56 W10 poles to a Stake, then N58 W14 poles to pointers then S56 W104 poles to an ash passing a sweet gum Corner two poles from the beginning corner on Sd. line then S20 -50 poles to a Stake on the supposed line of Division between said line to the beginning, including 275 acres be the same more or less it being a part of Lot No. 10 Vested in the heirs of William Roberson Deed, by virtue of the Sheriffs Title. With all and singular the woods Waters Water courses prospects commodities hereditaments and appertinances whatsoever to the said tract of land belonging or in anywise appertaining, and all the estate right title interest property claim and demand of the said James Roberson executor and Rhoda McDonough Executrix their heirs and assigns forever of in and to the same and every part and parcel thereof either in law or equity to have and to hold the said tract of land with the appertinances unto the said Edward Ketchum his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful title claim and demand of all and every person or persons claiming under us or our heirs or assigns forever or the heirs of the said William Roberson Deceasd. In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year above written. Test James Roberson (Seal) Andrew McDonough} Rhoda (her X mark) McDonough (Seal) Robert Rains }
  State of Tennessee Bledsoe County Court August Session 1825 Then was the within Deed of Conveyance from James Roberson Executor and Rhoda McDonnough Executrix of the Estate of William Roberson Deed, to Edward Ketchum acknowledged in Court by the said executor and executrix and ordered to be certified for Registration
  A True Copy Scott Terry Clk Registered Sept. 15,1825
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  The Washington County Surveyors Record 1781-1797 by Rhonda Robertson, 1998 - Page 405 - Jacob Hortenstine - 109 ac - treasury warrant - 100 ac by warrant #16765 and 9 acres by warrant #15027 - on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River - beginning on the south side of the knobs corner to JOSEPH CATCHIM's land - June 8, 1793
  LDS FAMILY SEARCH online, VA.: Mary Resor, b. 1774, Va. married 1791 Montgomery Co., Va., Edward Ketchum. No dates or parents were listed for Edward Ketchum. Mary Reasor was the daughter of Peter Reasor (the immigrant), d. 3 Sep. 1797, Wythe Co., VA. and Anna ? (some researchers believe her last name to be Griffitt(s).
  There was a Ketchum family, Edward and Martha Ketchum, (his mother or oldest daughter?) on the 1779 Tax List, and a Jacob on the 1755 Tax List, in Orange Co. North Carolina. (Not known for certain if this is my Edward but circumstances are pretty strong). Then Oct. 1779 this or another Edward Ketchum bought 4 pieces of land in Wilkes Co., NC. On Oct. 19, 1779 a Jacob Catchem bought land there also. Edward was a witness to this land purchase of Jacob. It is very likely that this Jacob Catchem (full name Jacob Israel Catchem) is my Edward's father.* Edward abandoned the land in NC and left there, before 1801, when the land was sold by sheriff to highest bidder (Wm. Lenoir). This information contradicts somewhat with the following information provided by John Ketcham. From the Wilkes Co, NC deed books: 12 June 1801 NC granted Edward Ketchum 150 ac on waters Lewis Fork, near top Blue Ridge Mtn. adjacent to Cutbreath, crossing Fall Creek formerly called Beaver Creek; and on the same date "50 ac top Blue Ridge Mtn, including Parkers old improvement. Absher, W.O., comp. and abs., Wilkes County, North Carolina Deed Book C-1 (1782-1803). I notice grants from NC to William Lenior of the same date. Edward bought 200 acres Knox Co., TN 1803. Taxed on 163 acres 1806. *Edward b. about 1764 named his first son Joseph and second son Jacob. (Jacob Israel was son of Joseph b.circa 1685 Newtown, Suffolk Co., NY). Naming sons for father and grandfather was a customary naming tradition in those times.
  Land Purchase ? Ralph Shelton (III) ? Deed Book L1, Entry #298, Knox County Tennessee, April 28, 1806, pp. 314-315.Ralph purchased from Edward Catcham (both of Knox County) for $1,000 a 300 acre tract of land in Hinds Valley, including the head waters of Hickory Creek ?- - being the second creek that empties into the Clinch below Beaver Creek beginning at two black oaks on the Black Oak Ridge running S45W 300 poles to a hickory on conditional lines made between the said Edward Catchum and Joseph Catchum, then with said conditional line N45W 160 poles to a stake, then N45E 300 poles to a white oak, from thence a direct line to the beginning, it being a part of a 400 acre tract of land granted by patent to William Reed by the State of North Carolina - - ?. Witnesses were Culbert Shelton, Benjamin Crain, West Walker, and George Davis. Recorded July 1806 and registered July 30, 1806.
  Page 224 ?? Day of August 1848 State of Alabama ??? court ??? Blount County ??? Thomas Shearer presiding Judge of the County Court of said County at which court the following probate was made. This day personally appeared in xxx court Gregory Glasscock and Isham Chamblee who being first duly sworn deposeth and saith that they were each personally acquainted for several years with Edward Ketchum and his family and from the personal knowledge they have of the said Edward Ketchum and family they believe that Jacob Ketchum deceased was the son of the said Edward Ketchum and that Henderson Ketchum, Peter R. Ketchum and Christopher Ketchum are sons of the said Edward Ketchum and Brothers of the said Jacob Ketchum deceased and that Martha Ketchum who is the wife of Robert Raines and Catherin Ketchum the wife of John Nibblett and Elizabeth Ketchum the wife of Edward McAnally are dauthers of the said Edward Ketchum and sisters of Jacob Ketchum deceased. deponents further say that Joseph Ketchum and Anna Ketchum the wife of Mr. Sutherland they are not nor never have been personally acquainted with but believe from reports that they were the children of the said Edward Ketchum and Brother and Sister of the said Jacob Ketchum deceased and deponents further say that they do not know of any other children of the said Edward Ketchum or any other persons than these herein mentioned that are the legal heirs of said Jacob Ketchum. Thomas Shearer, Judge
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  The first known KETCHUM/KETCHAM in America was Edward Ketcham found in Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1635. He may have arrived in 1630 on the Winthrop fleet or in 1633 on the Ipswich. By 1637 Edward was reportedly on the Board of Freemen, the town council of Ipswich.
  This Edward Ketcham is first found in Cambridge, England from 1619 to 1628, where his marriage to Mary Hall on 22 Aug 1619 is recorded in the records of the Church of Saint Andrew the Great, as well as the birth of his children Mary (bapt. 7 May 1620), John (bapt. 8 Sep 1622), Hester (bapt. 10 Apr 1626), and Ann (bapt. 19 Oct 1628). No other records of Edward or other Ketchams are found in Cambridge.
  He is widely believed to be the progenitor of the Ketchum/Ketcham family in America for several generations. The Edward Ketchum of this genealogy search, born c.1765, is probably a descendant of Edward Ketcham of Ipswich who came to America before 1635, but no absolute proof has been found. Unfortunately, after almost 40 years of searching, I have been unable to link this Edward Ketchum/Ketcham to the Edward Ketchum of this genealogy report. Logic dictates that there is probably a direct lineage link, but no proof has been found. So, Edward Ketchum who married in in Lee County, Virginia may or may not have been a descendant of Edward of Cambridge.
Note:   Early Settlers of Lee County Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Vol. 2, page 593, names the chi


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