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Yeah, it made the most sense. Alexandria had an influx of children following the war (as we saw in the flashback in 914). So it can be assumed, Jonah, Alice, Marcus, and Brandon were all orphans brought in by Rick who were adopted by Alexandrians. This also explains why Frankie wasn't seen at the Sanctuary in 901, as she likely moved to Alexandria when she adopted Alice.
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Yeah, it made the most sense. Alexandria had an influx of children following the war (as we saw in the flashback in 914). So it can be assumed, Jonah, Alice, Marcus, and Brandon were all orphans brought in by Rick who were adopted by Alexandrians in between 816 and 901. This also explains why Frankie wasn't seen at the Sanctuary in 901, as she likely moved to Alexandria when she adopted Alice.
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Furthermore, despite children being seen at the Sanctuary in 901, it can be assumed those children still had parents who were alive, as extra Josh Turner and his daughter Kaylie were both confirmed to be still living at the Sanctuary during the events of the of 901.

Latest revision as of 19:54, December 10, 2019

Yeah, it made the most sense. Alexandria had an influx of children following the war (as we saw in the flashback in 914). So it can be assumed, Jonah, Alice, Marcus, and Brandon were all orphans brought in by Rick who were adopted by Alexandrians in between 816 and 901. This also explains why Frankie wasn't seen at the Sanctuary in 901, as she likely moved to Alexandria when she adopted Alice.

Furthermore, despite children being seen at the Sanctuary in 901, it can be assumed those children still had parents who were alive, as extra Josh Turner and his daughter Kaylie were both confirmed to be still living at the Sanctuary during the events of the of 901.

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