You said that her book is predominantly about the "Alabama" Fallin's in the 1850's.
Our Fallin and Peugh/Pugh families also went to Alabama, following the Civil War (abt 1873-4). They settled in northern, Alabama in Marshall County, and surrounding counties. Later... both of our Fallin and Pugh/Peugh families continued on into Texas, around 1892-3. There
is a good possibility that the Tallapossa Co., Alabama Fallins and our Fallin families are connected.
William Crockett Fallin was b.15 May 1845 the son of an Irish Immigrant, William Fallin, who had settled in Georgia.
William Crockett Fallin and Rhoda Ann Catherine Taylor had 10 children:
m1.Eldorado Fallin 1866
m2.William Jackson Fallin 1867
f3.Oceanna Fallin 1868
m4.Major Lewis Fallin 1870
m5.James Edward Fallin "Jimmy" 1873
f6.Daisy Fallin 1874
f7.Katherine O. "Kitty" Fallin 1877
f8.Elimazadonia "Donie" Fallin 1881
m9.Zebedee D. Fallin 1885
f10.Evaronia "Evy" Fallin 1887
I gathered this information from a family history booklett containing the Coat of Arms for the Fallin family.
"A Partial Family History of the Fallin Family"
...Primarily submitted by Kenneth J. Fallin, largely from information supplied by Nora Pearl Fallin McCleskey of Clovis, New Mexico, Sidney Ray Fallin, and Lucy Bell Fallin Jenkins on 10 May 1989....typed by Theresa Annette Fallin.
Nora Pearl Fallin McCleskey was the grandaughter of William Crockett Fallin.
A copy of this booklett was given to me by Sidney R. Fallin, who resides in Lubbock, TX. on 15 June 1999.
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