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Birth of son: William Alsup Kent, Virginia, United States 1690
Age ~17 Birth of daughter: Mary Allsup 1740
Age ~22 Birth of daughter: Diana Allsup Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States 1745
Age ~23 Birth of son: Thomas Alsup Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States 1746
Age ~39 Marriage to: Jurya Potter (Allsup) Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States May 23 1762
Age ~40 Birth of daughter: Sarah Alsup Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States July 1 1763
Age ~41 Birth of son: William Alsup Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States Oct 12 1764
Age ~43 Birth of daughter: Frances Fanny Allsup Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States Sep 28 1766
Age ~44 Birth of daughter: Lucy Allsup Botetourt, Virginia, United States 1767
Age ~47 Birth of son: John Allsup Botetourt, Virginia, United States 1770
Age ~49 Birth of daughter: Catherine Allsup Botetourt, Virginia, United States 1772
Age ~50 Birth of son: David Allsup Botetourt, Virginia, United States 1773
Age ~53 Birth of daughter: Mary Allsup Botetourt, Virginia, United States 1776
Age ~56 Birth of son: Daniel Author Allsup Montgomery, Virginia, United States 1779
Age ~58 Birth of son: James Alsup Montgomery, Virginia, United States 1781
Age ~63 Birth of daughter: Diana Juriah Allsup (Livingston) Montgomery, Virginia, United States 1786
Age ~65 Birth of son: Samuel Alsup Anson, North Carolina, USA 1788
Age ~65 Death of son: William Alsup Merry Oak, Hanover, Virginia, United States Jan 7 1788
Age ~67 Birth of son: Joseph Allsup 1790
Age ~78 Death of daughter: Diana Allsup 1801
Age 83-84 Death Knox, Kentucky, United States 1807
The Above is from the small profile that shows up when in the VIEW IN TREE mode.
I take exception with some of your facts. I received this information via an Instant Discovery. It was, I believe, the first one I ever had. When I do a Smart Match Merge, I spend quite a bit of time proving the other side knows what their talking about. I failed to understand that I needed to do Primary Research on Instant Discoveries, too.
Please look at the first son, William. I don't think this is a son born 33 years before the father.
The daughter, Mary, born when he was 17, Diana, born at 21 and Thomas, born at 23, could be John's but, Since he didn't marry Jurya until 1762, I don't think he had them by her. Especially as she was 3 for Thomas' birth. I believe John had a first wife before Jurya. This is, most likely, the only place listing a person as UNKNOWN makes sense. Since Jurya out lived her husband, I see no reason not to attribute the remaining children to her.
After I did the Instant Discovery with your site, I created a GEDCOM file and joined Wikitree. Now I'm getting messages that Jurya daughter, Mary was born 3 years before her. I have several Wikitree entries I need to change. I can see no sources on Jurya's profile, so I can't tract down the original source. If you are the source of how this information entered into the Internet, what was your source? Is it in public Records? Do you have or have you seen a Family Bible with some of this information? Did you get any of this from Web Sources?
I feel we need to pass on to future generations, what we know today before the source documents are lost. If we pass on information that is not the best we can do, shame on us. There is a family association in Virginia that, a century ago, had a member write what appears to be a very well written and documented book about their family. Since then, many fact presented in this book have been proven wrong. The current members will not discuss the changes needed to made it right. They just blindly point to the book and say, "Here's our authority. You're wrong!!!!" Lets get this right before someone, a century in the future, uses our data as gospel to write a book.
I know I've created quite a bit of research for you to do. I hope you can do it and get back to me. Thank you, in advance, for your time.