What do you think of the 5F4D1branch as a home for James Harvey? That's where Eddie McDonald placed him, and I am becoming convinced EM was correct.For one thing, EM got to talk to a son of William 5DFD2 about his brothers, so I give his statements some credibility.
--- BEGIN QUOTE --- William (7) continued on living in Jackson County,Indiana, until 1840. He caught the "go west take up Iowa free land" fever, and gathered together his outfit and wagon-treoked it to Tama County, Iowa. The family grew up, the members marrying and scattering to all parts of the southeast and losing touoh with one another in good old American Applegate fashion. Samuel (7) remained in Jaokson County and raised most of his offspring there and in adjoining counties. The family rostor should begin with the oldest member, who is John's (7) son, James Harvey Applegate (8).
James Harvey Applegate (8) was born in Allegheny Co., PalO about the year 1806. He came to Indiana when ten years old with his parents, and settled in Montgomery County. His parents died a few years after, and he was bound out to a neighbor with whom he lived until 1822, when he married at the youthful age of 16. His bride's name was Ruamy FrenCh, born in Indiana, and also about the same age. James Harvey (8) died in 1840. They were parents of:
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(typos are due to my OCR program).
John (7) is 5F4D1 in K's Applegate Nation.
I can send you a copy of the entire McDonald manuscript if you like.