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Re: JOHN PERRIN (b c1738 in VA) father SAMUEL?
Posted by: Betty G. Urena (ID *****6645) Date: May 09, 2008 at 15:18:47
In Reply to: JOHN PERRIN (b c1738 in VA) father SAMUEL? by CHUCK PRINE of 2109

Dear Chuck, I am looking for Perrin family data to complete our "Family Tree". I have a John Perrin who married my mother's sister, June McCart at Topeka, KS about 1948ish (not sure of the exact date). My John Perrin served in the Korean War as a doctor. John and June had two daughters; Rosemond (Rosie) and Becky (Rebecca). They lived in Richmond, CA in the early 1950's and moved to North Carolina in the late 1960's. John had stated to me many times that his family had lived in Virginia for years and probably one of the first family's to settle there from the colonial times. I would appreciate any infomation that you have regarding this family.

Your posting states that there were at least four lines of Perrin families living in Virginia in the late 1700s. I think that my John Perrin had documentation that showed when and from where his family migrated to America. Do you know where these four lines are from?

I haven't talked with John or June for quite a few years so I don't know if they still live in the N. Carolina area.

Respectfully, Betty G. McCart Morand Urena
E-mail: bualta35@yahoo.com


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