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Re: Henry Pullin - Ireland late 1700
Posted by: Dorothy G. Keeton Date: July 17, 2000 at 16:15:59
In Reply to: Re: Henry Pullin - Ireland late 1700 by Bob Martin of 203

I don't have a lot on the Pullin's, althou we , My dayghter Cassie Ann Keeton Griffin and our cousin JoAnn Elam Hearn, have looked for years. Here is what we know..Henry Pullin's wife was Sarah? ( have read that her father was a Thomas Pullin) but we don't know.. The Pullin's came to Karnes Co.,Texas at different times We have found John Pullin on the Texas Voters Regostration of 1867,this was require after the Civil War. On Page 463 July 7, 1867. John said he had been in Texas 7 years, in the county 7 years.On page 459 Henry Pullin stated he had been in the state 2year, a native of Miss. John said native of Georgia. Page 452 July 28,1867. was Hiriam Pullin, stated he had been in the state 13 years , a native of Miss.This is prood that John Pullin was living in 1867, but alot of people have him dead before then. If you want me to send you what I have, send me you snail mail address. I have several storys . I can/t understand why we can't find out more about our Henry and Sarah Pullin . Now it seems that there is another family that Claim the John Pullin and Mary ( molly) Murray in Wilkes co. Ga. .

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