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Re: Questions for Jack Re: Charles (I) Fallin, Nrthmbrlnd Co., VA 1600s, Facts
Posted by: Jack Fallin (ID *****7353) Date: July 13, 2009 at 12:51:32
In Reply to: Questions for Jack Re: Charles (I) Fallin, Nrthmbrlnd Co., VA 1600s, Facts by Lance Fallin of 374

Dear Lance,

I'm glad you've written, since I wasn't sure of your e-address. I have been thinking for some time that the best way to move forward with your problem may be for us to do DNA profiling.

I have a very high degree of confidence in my line: it was first established by Bill Porter (married to Mary Fallin Porter - my second cousin); I subsequently reformatted Bill's material and, in the process confirmed many individual entries and added more of my own; important sections of it were further checked with the late Preston Haynie, Northumberland County's premier historian (and a relative of mine through at least two interactions). If you would like, I will explore the possibility of having my DNA profile done. With that as a reference you may have a means of clarification outside the record gaps you've encountered. Let me know your thoughts on this off-board at "".

I haven't seen any use of Redmond as a middle name; I certainly would have jumped on it if I did. On the other hand, I have many entries that don't identify a middle name,if any. As for "Else" -- my screen is currently jammed with "pictures" from Olivers "History of Antigua," once I get those organized and off my desktop I can get into my Reunion file and see if I have the same entry.


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