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Earliest McFalls in "The Colonies"
Posted by: Sharon Reed-Miller (ID *****5493) Date: May 23, 2002 at 05:03:36
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Several of us have been networking on the Alney B. McFalls & Matilda McFalls, nee Mckinney, family. They were in Burke County NC (1840s) ... Cherokee County NC (1850 Census)... said to be on the Montgomery County 1860 Census, then moved on to Monroe County, TN, after the 1860 Census --- where Alney died in the mid-1860s. They had 10 children (nine survived to adulthood). The children lived (as adults) in Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Washington ... at a minimum. We are trying to gather as much info as possible on the ancestors of ALNEY B. McFALLS --- as well as his descendants. DOES ANYONE HAVE A LIST OF THE EARLIEST McFALLS IN "THE COLONIES"? We are trying to establish whether Alney's FATHER or GRANDFATHER came to this country through PENNSYLVANIA (or other ports in the vicinity) or SOUTH CAROLINA. Anyone out, there who has done a lot of early researching work on McFalls and who would be willing to share it, will have the bagpipes played in his/her honor --- at my expense!!! Sharon Reed-Miller


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