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Re: MCFARLAND/MCFARLANE/MCFARLIN in Granville & Orange Co., NC in 1800s
Posted by: Peter McFarland (ID *****6516) Date: August 26, 2012 at 15:30:28
In Reply to: MCFARLAND/MCFARLANE/MCFARLIN in Granville & Orange Co., NC in 1800s by Michelle Richardson of 1320

Michelle,

I recently discovered my McFarland line connecting back to Orange and Granville, NC. I am still working out all the families but the most complete is William Thomas McFarland b: 1753. His brother Thornton B: ~1755 also lived in the area. I do not show a William B:1803 but I have little on Thorton's line at this time.


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