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Re: Snellings in Richland County, SC, 1700s
Posted by: Donna Snelling Date: November 03, 2001 at 00:14:44
In Reply to: Snellings in Richland County, SC, 1700s by Sam Snelling of 695

Hi Sam. Would sure appreciate you posting what you have. It seems perhaps that where land was plentiful and economic growth possible that the same family names were at the forefront. I don't believe there's enough possibilities brought forward about migration from VA, NC, SC, Georgia, Florida ... and the islands of the West Indies ... with European ties, especially England, at the same time brought into the mix. And don't leave out the New England families' southward movement. Although my family from the 1700's migrated north a bit from MA then mid-west, then west, it wasn't that way for many families in the 1600s, Snellings probably a difficult breed to tie down. Such an adventure. Should we explore? Donalyn

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