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Re: W. John Carrier Line (Immigrated to VA about 1760)
Posted by: Randy Carrier (ID *****1524) Date: August 24, 2006 at 07:20:37
In Reply to: W. John Carrier Line (Immigrated to VA about 1760) by Jonathan Carrier of 1112

Here is the info I have: John(1)(born abt 1699) married and had a son (John 2), and another son, Henry and it is believed he had a third son, Thomas. His first wife died and he took a second wife (Jemima). They immigrated to the colony of Va in the Shenendoah Valley, in and around Woodstock, Frederick, Co., between 1750-1763. The info also says that his sons John(2), Henry and Thomas immigrated with him and his wife. Not sure if they all came at the same time, but they all lived around the Woodstock area. I have additional info of the lineage, forward, but nothing before 1699.


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