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Thomas J.-GA 1787; Joseph-VA 1830s?
Posted by: Jack Fallin Date: March 19, 2000 at 19:49:43
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Dear Friends,

I am currently working two lines of Fallins.

One line stops with Thomas Jack Fallin, born about 1787 and living in Wilkes County, GA. With that Wilkes County connection, he seems likely connected to the William described by Marilyn and Gordie a while back -- whose son went down to Wilkes County to resolve a land claim. The trail from Thomas Jack down to today is pretty well marked.

The second line requires connections for a Joseph Fallin in VA toward the beginning of the 1800s. I now have these candidates: Joseph A. Griffin Fallin - born 1848 in Northumberland County VA (father John H. Jr.); Joseph Henley Fallin - born 1823 in Lancaster County VA; finally, and least distinct - Joseph Holmes Fallin (no dates) from Halifax County VA.

Does anyone have anything relating to either of these puzzles.

Jack


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