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Re: Serious Froman Research in the 21st Century
Posted by: Earl McGuire (ID *****7477) Date: February 23, 2009 at 15:26:12
In Reply to: Serious Froman Research in the 21st Century by Gary E Young of 215

Hi Gary:
Still looking for more information, but hard to find.
I do have some notes but have not been able to prove yet.
these are some of the notes that I would like to prove.

2. Southern Queries Magazine, Volume 4,Number 4, Nov-Dec 1993, Paul FROMAN m Elizabeth HITE b1711 Kingston, NY, moved from PA to VA in 1731
3. Paul Froman and Son Jacob went to KY the north route.
4. American Genealogical Record vol 1, The Stephens Family with Collateral Branches
pages 64: In the year 1732, Joist Hite, with his family, and his sons-in laws, viz: George Bowman, Jacob Chrisman, and Paul Froman, with their families, Robert McKay, Robert Green, William Duff, Peter Stephen and several other, amounting in the whole to sixteen families, removed from Pennsylvania, cutting their road from York , and crossing the Cohongoruton about two miles above Harper's Ferry.
pages 10: 26th February 1771. it talks about Paul Froman's mill
pages Froman in 1777, sold his mill to Dorsey Pentecost
6. ANCESTRY PLUS-Author- ED O'REAR; Has Paul Froman as a Captain in the Revolutionary War.

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