Yes anything is possible. I listed Eliza Kerr's family but their is another branch from PA and Eliza's family was in Honey Brook, Mifflin Co.-on the death certificate, PA where her parents were both born. This branch seem to of headed from N.C. to PA. Eliza married a Kerr-Henry Kerr b 1843-his branch seems to be pretty much settled for a couple generations in Chester Co.,PA. Eliza and Henry left PA in 1877 and homesteaded in Kansas where they both died. I have a newspaper article from Lewistown, PA. that announces it in 1877. I will keep looking for your John in ancestry and archives. Cindy
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