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Re: Eatherly, Etherly, Atherly
Posted by: Thelma Glover (ID *****0873) Date: July 03, 2002 at 10:17:49
In Reply to: Eatherly, Etherly, Atherly by Donald A. Harris of 20

Donald, Found this info in Immigrants to America before 1750-An Alpha List of Immigrants to the Colonies before 1750. Compiled from official and other records- Surnames A thr Bat. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co. 1965. Virkus, Fredrick Adams editor-- Johannes Atherly 40, Philadelphia 1735. Johannes translates from the German to John. 1735 was within the period the palatines were still immigrating to New Bern. This could be our Joseph found in Craven Co in 1743. The age fits in that Joseph died in 1769 and this John would have been 74 in that year.

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