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Re: Jacob Furrer, Switz to England to Lanc.,PA 1750 to VA ?
Posted by: FRANK FURROW (ID *****5691) Date: June 23, 2009 at 14:34:09
In Reply to: Re: Jacob Furrer, Switz to England to Lanc.,PA 1750 to VA ? by Ronald Ferry of 177

Hello Ronald,
Don't have positive ident for these people except for Jacob's son John who was my 4-th Grand Father from Montgomery county, Virginia.Born probably in -England 1749. Served in the Revolution.He and his brothers came south. The ships roster you found probably came from my posting it with Jacob Furrer On Ancestory.com under "Furrow Family History" Most of my stuff back to Jacob's Father Heinrich come from Carson Furrow (now dead). I met him in person in 1974-75. he also found the ship roster in the D.C. archives and gave my brother copies of his work. Those copies are posted under Carson Furrow also on Ancestory.com.Most of my work past Heinrich Furrer Came from a Gene Furrow --I think from Texas. To now I've not been able to find him-presumed dead. I have much more Furrow info that has not been posted. Much of which came from other family members even from other family legs-or groups. I also have a book " Furrow's of The Land" by Nellie Furrow Daland. She died in 1975. Her father was John Furrow-a descendant of the above John.
The book was about her father's life-he is burried in California.
Time And space runs out.
Ed Furrow-Swoope, Virginia.24479


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