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Re: Samuel Pack's Watery Grave
Posted by: Ted Pack (ID *****6680) Date: December 12, 2011 at 05:11:01
In Reply to: Re: Samuel Pack's Watery Grave by Barbara Adair Bauer of 1807

They probably are our guys. Those Farlor and Farler men are probably Farley, or at least that is how most of their descendants spelled it most of the time. Our ancestors didn't put as much effort into spelling accurately as they did shooting accurately. Packs and Farleys married back and forth pretty constantly.

Proving the Samuel and George on the muster went on to die in Monroe (now Summers) County, Va (Now WV) in 1833 and Lawrence County KY in 1825 is the problem.

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