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Re: Pitchlynn/Franklin/Spring - La. / Miss.
Posted by: Sue Petrie Date: March 12, 2000 at 18:34:03
In Reply to: Re: Pitchlynn/Franklin/Spring - La. / Miss. by Neale Brown of 252

Isaac Pitchlynn, John's father, was justice of the peace in Charlestown, 1765.There was a St. Thomas Parish in Charlestown. Isaac also had land in Berkley and Craven Counties from 1761-1771.
In 1760 SC had a population of 150,000 and only four counties, Berkley, Colleton, Cravem amd Grandville.

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