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Re: Marg. Farlow-1721-PA- & NC & Gilbert Cope-H-of-Fame
Posted by: Judy Ackerman (ID *****7206) Date: September 18, 2012 at 20:36:51
In Reply to: Re: Marg. Farlow-1721-PA- & NC & Gilbert Cope-H-of-Fame by David C. Cope of 338

Thanks for trying to find the family! After researching for a long time, I started to think that there had been some changes in the family name. I found one document for her on Family Search spelled "Farlon" and I wouldn't be surprised if her parents' names might not have been "Farley". Those are all guesses based on some items of research I found. I tried variations on the name including Farlo, etc. As of this moment, I can't get documentation beyond Judith Farlow.

These good Quakers soon married into my Grandmother's mother's side of the family and they were Seventh Day Baptists from Rhode Island. I did find a picture of the "Old Swedes Church" and saved it during my it goes with someone in that family.

No, I don't have anything on Humphrey Passmore's wife. I have his birth date as 1706 in Chester, PA but no death date. I have his parents- John Passmore and Mary P. Buxcey...and their 9 children (7 boys and 2 girls). I stopped searching on that line because I was wanting to concentrate on Judith Farlow. We are having my female cousin do a mtDNA on this line because she is the only one of the "cousins" in my family who is a daughter of a daughter, etc. My grandparents had 5 children (3 boys and 2 girls) but only one girl had a female she got to do the mtDNA test for our grandmother's line (Winnie Mae Corlett Carson (1883-1972).
Are you related to the Farlows? If you are a member of, please visit my tree "Carson, Corlett". Or if you aren't, you could send me your e-mail address and I could "invite" you to my tree (if you use the direct link that I would send, Ancestry wouldn't bother you about joining and paying a membership.

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