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Posted by: James Henr;y McAdams Date: January 17, 1999 at 00:23:58
In Reply to: Re: JOHN LEONARD MATCHETT , 1840-1902 by Linda Moore of 436

Sunday 17 Jan 1999:02:17 AM CST: Huntsville, Al> As noted in another note in this Matchett forum (from me) the McAdam(s) amd BEST familys from Co Armach NI located rather permanently for the first time in area of Zanesville, Muskingum Co; Just south of Coshocton and some McAdams of this group had wills in Coshocton about 1843. Relating to the Co Armagh NI overall picture, some 40/50 miles north of Cosh/Musk line there is a town named ORRVILLE; Orr was one of the mid level status portions of the Plant--ation of 1605 and shows up in other places as given name (only one 'r' though). This only widens the platform of research and helps define the leading-edge of the 'wave pattern' of imigration and semi-final location. jim

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