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Re: John B. Farrior, NC>AL, 1800's
Posted by: Sharon Hamlett Date: August 04, 2001 at 15:36:26
In Reply to: Re: John B. Farrior, NC>AL, 1800's by Glenda Childress of 98


How nice to find another Farrior cousin! I haven't been lucky enough to find many - one or two. How are we related - which child of John B. do you descend from?

I have not heard of or seen the Leslie Brown book. What is the title? What information can you give me concerning the Farriors - as I don't have much at all.

I know that one of John's descendants has actually done a complete family tree back to one James Farrior who "came from England with a party of French Huguenots promoting freedom of religion and settled in The Carolina Territory." Unfortunately, due to bad health on his part, I have been unable to obtain a copy of that, so I have nothing between our John and this James.

Anything you can share that would at least point me in a direction would be extremely helpful. I know they were originally from NC, but can't pinpoint where. I know there were many Farriors up around Duplin Co., but haven't been able to connect them.

Thanks for anything at all,

Sharon Hamlett


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