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Ann and Marianne Lucado/Agees, ca. 1750

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Ann and Marianne Lucado/Agees, ca. 1750

Judi Hardin (View posts)
Posted: 1037744794000
Classification: Query
The on-line sources are such a hopeless muddle, I'm hoping someone here can help me get things sorted out.

First there is Ann Lucado. She was one of the wives of James Agee (b. 1725, Goochland, VA; d. 1821 Buckingham Co., VA). His other wife was Mary Ford/Faure. James had 14 children altogether, but the information on the two wives is contradictory, and birthdates of the children vary wildly, depending on what source I'm looking at, so I don't know which child belongs to which wife. I'm afraid I don't even have any possible parentage for Ann.

Marianne (or Mary Ann) married Isaac Agee (James' brother) about 1750, which would mean she was born around 1730, give or take a few years. She appears to have been Isaac's 2nd wife. I have found a Maryanne Lucado who was the daughter of Peter Anthony (Pierre Antoine) Lucado, with a birth notation of "Bef. 1750"--the date of her marriage. Not too helpful. Since both Agee brothers married Lucado girls, it's reasonable that Ann and Marianne are sisters or perhaps cousins; Ann doesn't appear on any list of children for Peter/Pierre and his wife.

Additionally, I'm doubtful about Marianne's parentage as I've found it on line: Pierre Lucado and Elizabeth (Betty) Thomas. According to on-line sources, Betty's father David was born 1715, which means he was married ca. 1735. If Betty was born 1735, she'd have been only about 11 when she had her first child Elizabeth Lucado in 1746!

Also, Pierre was born 1705, which makes him a bit old to start having children in 1746. Not impossible, but not very likely, either. Perhaps there was a first wife?

Carolyn, I'm planning to buy the first volume of your Lucado family history, but in the meantime, can anyone help me untangle this mare's nest?

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