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Re: John B. Farrior, NC>AL, 1800's
Posted by: Sharon Hamlett Date: August 09, 2001 at 15:47:47
In Reply to: Re: John B. Farrior, NC>AL, 1800's by Glenda Childress of 99

HI, Glenda!

Since you first posted a reply, I have gone back and looked at the rest of the postings again. It's been awhile since I've worked on my Farrior line, and my memory needed refreshing. I remember the Farrior book being mentioned before - in a prior posting by Marylen Jackson - but have been unable to find a copy.
I have also seen the FTM webpage for James Farrior, and see several names that correspond with those in my line - John B., Hugh, Eliza, Sarah, Mary Jane - but none of the dates line up. And I could find no John B. who married a Malinda. So I am at a loss as to how my line fits in with everybody else's! If the information I have from a distant cousin is correct concerning the fact that my John B. Farrior was descended from a James who came to America in 1706 - well, there should be a connection, but I cannot find it!

Am I missing something somewhere? Help please!

Sharon Hamlett

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