look under the johannes achinsoune outline and scroll to george acheson and elizabeth weir. george's father is often said to have been thomas acheson (1700/1741) and elizabeth goff (d. 1742) but fulcher's book cites george's (e. weir) son david (e. young/m. wilson) writing to his son george saying that his father was named george and so was his grandfather...refuting common acheson lineage as reported by alexander w. (capt. david's father) and later by infamous hustav anjou, a hired genealogist by edward goodrich acheson who reportedly made stuff up (google anjou for more about his scandalous work)...like maybe this thomas a. elizabeth goff link. the phantom or missing george'swife lived to be 120, wrote david, who asserted he satd on his grandmother's lap at age 8 just before she died at 120, which places her death arond 1778 (e. goff died in 1742). what do you know about that generation? i have been trying to solve this piece.
fulcher's book also includes a letter from elizabeth weir in ireland to her son david (e. young/m. wilson) in washington, pa asking him to look up cousin nicholas little, which he later did. i am thinking phantom george acheson was married to a woman named little whose family begat this nicholas fellow who eventually turned up in washington, pa. any ideas?