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OOPS! I am truly sorry, James, I posted that message to the wrong site. I am descended from the Faries's on my grandfather Robinson's side (whose mother was a Faries)through Moses Templeton Faries, b.10/30/1806 married to Elizabeth L. Horton, b.7/28/1804. I show Moses T. Faries to be from the York District and they are both buried at Enon Baptist Church Cemetery. How do my Faries's fit into your records or do they? I can't get back beyond Moses T. Faries, who is my ggg grandfather. Any help would be appreciated. If we are kin, I can tell you what happened to this branch anyway! I got really confused after studying some abstracted York Co. Wills. I show a Robert Farries (Faris) of York District that had written a will in 1803 mentioning his son Moses, but my Moses wasn't born unitl 1806! Would you know if one of his sons (Moses, David, Robert, or John had a son Moses by then, just a babe of 3? And if so, which one? Also, is this Robert Farries brother to your James Faries (will dated 1802, married to a Jean)? So many questions? Just some thoughts. Thanks for being so generous of your time and thanks ahead of time for any help you can send my way. But, you do know alot about the Fewells in my line, thanks to my idiot wrong posting - so -o-o-o-o sorry! Judi