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I am a descendant of a Mary Polly Oxford, married to a George Bradley. I have her as the youngest daugther of a Samuel Oxford and Mary Polly Gilbert of NC/KY. What I have on the family is shown below.
Children Thomas OXFORD b: in NC, USA Sarah OXFORD b: in NC, USA Jim OXFORD b: in NC, USA Jane OXFORD b: in NC, USA Martha Marty OXFORD b: 12 AUG 1783 in NC, USA Samuel OXFORD b: 1784 in NC, USA Nancy OXFORD b: 22 MAR 1802 in NC, USA Elizabeth OXFORD b: 22 MAR 1802 in NC, USA Daniel OXFORD b: 1805 in NC, USA John OXFORD b: 1805 in KY, USA Mary Polly OXFORD b: 2 JUN 1812 in KY, USA
Samuel settled in and died in Kentucky. Samuel established a ford near his home-probably close to the time the island ford road was located which was April 1763. A post office was established at Oxford Ford November 5, 1873 and discontinued March 31, 1903. Samuel operated a ferry at Oxford Ford for several years.
I have not found anything about Mary Polly Gilbert.
Samuel Oxford comes from a controversial line, especially on his mother's (Bathsheba Barrett) side, which is purported to go back, but not by any means proved, to King Hagler, Chief of the Catawba tribe. King Hagler was supposedly married to a Cherokee woman, but that hardly makes Mary Polly Oxford a full blood Cherokee.
Elizabeth M. Bradley, dau of George Bradley and Mary Polly Oxford, married William H. Babb. Their dau, Elizabeth Walker Babb, married Christopher Columbus Sellers. Their dau, Temperance Elizabeth Sellers, was my grandmother Hagan.
I had not heard about the possible Boudinott connection to Mary Polly Oxford. Maybe they provide more Cherokee blood than who I show as her parents.
Go to this site for some data my cousin has collected.