Simon, Peter and Polly, 1775-1825: A Chronicle of Malott & Girty Families
During the period of the Revolutionary War several children were captive by local Indians. Among these captives were Simon Girty, Mary Jones, and Peter Mallot. These children spent many years with the Indians and later settled Canada where Mary and Peter married and Simon married Peter's sister Catherine. Pedigree information for many of their descendents is given in this volume which discusses their history from their childhoods' in Virginia, and Pennsylvania to their later lives in southern Ontario.
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Original homes of Simon Peter and Polly xxvii
Where Polly and John Jones were stolen by the Wyandots
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