As in my other questions, I am investigating the spread of the Blackstone family name in early America. I came across the following tidbits and I would like to know if my interpretation is (likely to be) correct.
In the "All Kent County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800" collection on ancestry.com, we have the following items.
- In 1792, there was a will executed by Eben Blackiston, Sr.
- In 1794, there was a will executed by Ebenezer Blackiston, Jr. (and Abraham Redgrave).
My question is simple. Is this enough evidence to reasonably conclude that there was a father/son combo of Ebenezer Blackistons living in Kent County, Delaware during the 1790s? This would be an interesting result for me as my current research only has two people by this name in the state at the time, and none of them were part of a Jr./Sr. combination.
If this is not enough evidence, what are some other possibilities I need to consider?