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Re: White surnames of Cabarrus Co late 1700's
Posted by: John Burleson (ID *****5515) Date: March 25, 2012 at 21:59:50
In Reply to: Re: White surnames of Cabarrus Co late 1700's by George Thomas of 981

Greetings George, "In my mind, that wagon was burned south of Rocky River, not up northwest of Concord where the marker stands..." I would love to hear your story on the route of Gov. Tryon's powder wagon, that would be interesting. I hope you are going to share with us when you complete the story. My Cabarrus friends are convinced that the wagon was camped overnight near the Phifer Tavern.
John H. Burleson



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