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Re: Thomas J.-GA 1787; Joseph-VA 1830s?
Posted by: Jack Fallin Date: March 25, 2000 at 17:26:00
In Reply to: Re: Thomas J.-GA 1787; Joseph-VA 1830s? by Marilyn Rushing of 373

Marilyn,

I'm delighted to catch up with you here. Ken Fallin (who you recently helped on the Family History site) has the direct line back through Thomas. We would both appreciate it if you could also give the record cites/locations for the tax lists etc.

From your note, I gather that your references don't carry the middle name "Jack." As you can imagine I am particularly interested in that detail.

It's disappointing that you don't have anything on the Joseph Fallins I listed. That is the gap in my line and if he doesn't show up in your book, it's undoubtedly going to be a long hunt.

I also have an annotated booklet concentrating on MD Fallins [beginning with a Redmond Fallin, marrying in 1710 and dying about 1722 in Dorchester Cty MD] assembled by Kirk Fallin, now deceased. At this point there is a gap between VA and MD, but the "Redmond" name shows up on both sides and I'm sure there must be a connection.

Kirk also listed some, unannotated, VA Fallin genealogy gathered by Juanita Fallin Gass, but it appears your material is much more thoroughly documented. I would very much like to find a way to link these sources.

Again, thanks for reappearing!

Jack Fallin


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