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Re: Darby Fallin 1680s Md.
Posted by: Henry C Fallen Jr. Date: December 10, 2000 at 10:49:18
In Reply to: Re: Darby Fallin 1680s Md. by Jack Fallin of 373


Jack Fallin et al

I too, would like to know if there was any connection with the
Darby Fallin and Redman Fallin Sr. in early Md. However, I
believe there was a better connection to the Fallins in
Northumberland Co. Va. The following:
1727 Dorchester Co. Md. 18 Sept. To cousin Wm. Reed 1s. son in
law Samuel Lawson, ex., and 3 daus.-in-law, viz. Ann Tucker,
Elizabeth Roe, and Margarett Brachaw residue of est.
Teste: Redman Fallen, Ann Jones, Mary Green. Md. calender of
wills.                                    
In Parenthesis the following footnote:( Redman Fallen was a well
known character in Virginia)
This is likely our answer to where the Redman Fallin Sr. of early
Maryland came from. If the dates are correct then this was Redman
Fallin Jr. According to the age she gave in a land deposition in
1738 Redmans Srís wife, Frances Kembell Fallen, was born 1677. So
she and Redman Sr. could have been married by 1695, because their
son Daniel gave his age in a land deposition in 1732 that he was
born 1696. This is about 9 years earlier than the informant to
the Family History Center. They had the oldest born 1705, however
that isn't much difference according to that time frame. Redmond
Jr. must have been born about 1698. He and his wife Rachel Millis
were not the Parents of the Redman Fallin (Susannah) of
Pittsylvania Co. Va., nor the Redmon Fallen of 1733,39 &41 Prince
Georges Co. Md. They didnít marry till 1733, and that was on
January 1st in the St. Lukes P.E. Church, in Church Hill, Queen
Annís Co. Md. Redman Fallin Jr would be about thirty five years
old at this time, and therefore, he could have been married
before and they could be the parents of the Redman Fallin
(Susannah) of Pittsylvania Co. Va. and also our John Fallin of
1770's Beaufort Co. NC., who had a son named, Redmond.
I have not found any children from Redmanís Jrís marriages-maybe
the following from a first marriage in Queen Annís Co. MD.:
Mary Ann Faulkner married Charles Matthews in c1739(Not a child
of Redmond & Rachelís)
Ester Fawlin married Benjamin Boon in 1745
The possibility exists these two females could be children from
his brother Barnaby, who with their Mother Frances, moved to
Princes Ann Co.
Henry C Fallen Jr. hcf2@hpnc.com























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