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Re: Thomas del Cano-where are U? VA FARLOWs
Posted by: Thomas del Cano Date: August 22, 2000 at 12:40:25
In Reply to: Thomas del Cano-where are U? VA FARLOWs by CAT Tindell of 338

Sorry bout that Cat, as you can see im way behind, i have been on a vacation from Genealogy, but at least i can update my e-mail addy ;-]

re Farlow/ Farley
many times in those days folks werent as literater as we are, and there usualy werent ID cards ;-]
so many times the names were written phoneticaly, by who ever was writing, sometimes they were even written in the way th ename owner felt he liked, so there is bound to be differences
so the Farlo could have been a farley
and xice versa
i have found a lot of confusion in the early farlows, and th eearliest confirmed instance i have is in Deleware, With John
in tracing th edecendants of Thomas farley and Ann Archerm who came over on the Ship Anne
i havnt found a place where i could find my Farlows splitting off, so i tend towards the belief that My line came from Ireland,Tho im sure at some point they all come togewther in the English Farlows, who probably came over from the Franks, with Wm th ezonquerer, and originated as deFarlaise
but its still a guessing game
and ONLY a HOBBY!! < yep right sure..> :-]
Thomas


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