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Re: FARLOW, Rush & Boone Co., IN c. 1800
Posted by: James Farlow (ID *****6591) Date: June 06, 2002 at 17:36:24
In Reply to: Re: FARLOW, Rush & Boone Co., IN c. 1800 by Michelle Jenkins of 338

I have several pages of Farlow ancestry dating from Thomas Farlow, who came from England in 1623, and the names you mentioned - George Farlow and wife Nancy Julian, and their children William, John, Reuben, Uriah, Simeon, Hiram, Elizabeth and Alicia, are in my line. I have them all traced back to the Thomas Farlow mentioned.

Thomas' father was Roger Farley; his mother was Jane Evans. His grandfather was Reginald Farley; his grandmother was Barbara Hastings.

I have been to Farlow, Shropshire, England, twice and met a family of Farlows who gave me the Farlow lineage back to Ethelric Leofwine, living in Mercia in 940 AD. He was the oldest known Farlow ancestor. I am having trouble connecting my line to this group. The name Farlow was originally French, spelled dePharelawe.

I am more than willing to share all I have if you are willing to pay for the copies and postage.
James O. Farlow, Sr.

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