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Re: Henry Pullin - Ireland late 1700
Posted by: Linda Mullen (ID *****4758) Date: April 09, 2005 at 06:51:42
In Reply to: Re: Henry Pullin - Ireland late 1700 by June Weaver of 203

Very interesting in your posting you made back in 2001. I've been researching my husband's Kimball line and stumbled on to Pullin through the Weaver/Kimball connection.
Frances "Fanny" Weaver, daughter of Charity Pullin and James Henry Weaver, married first, David Frederick Kimball, in Natchitoches Parish, LA. Upon his death she remarried to a German immigrant farmer, William Eyosau (we think that the spelling might be off). She died some time after 1880 in LA.
I don't have much on the Pullin line. A few bits and pieces, a lot that I can't connect. From the few documentations that I have found, I believe that his family might have come from Philadelphia rather than Ireland, although the founding family may have originated from there.
I would love to exchange information with you as I noted that you are interested in data regarding Charity and James Weaver's children.
Linda (Everson)Mullen

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