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The First Fourth of July

There are written references to Thomas Jefferson being in Frankford on July 4, 1776 but attempts to verify the accuracy of those accounts have not been successful.  Joe Menkevich has done exhaustive research in exploring the story that Jefferson was here on the first Fourth.  Read the results of his research here in the Frankford Chronicles and see some more related documentation on our history corner page under Quick Links.  Read the entire document.  Some of the most interesting material follows in the research notes.

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  1. Thanks for the research on Dr. Enoch Edwards and family. I’ve been researching him and his brothers, especially Marshall Edwards. Dr. Enoch raised some of the orphaned children of Marshall, who was killed in the Rev. War. Thanks for the end notes on the adoptions and other family insights. I have some papers from the era I would be happy to share in your research.

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