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Re: Early Isle of Wight families that migrated to Albemarle, Nelson & Amherst C
Posted by: Sherry Mason (ID *****1697) Date: June 06, 2008 at 16:07:03
In Reply to: Re: Early Isle of Wight families that migrated to Albemarle, Nelson & Amherst C by Ray Carroll of 1388

Ray,
Some of this information is new to me. You are confirming that Sarah Carroll's husband was indeed John Carroll. That is good. I would love to know where you found that information as I would like to trace with documentation our Carrolls, back to Jamestown.

I do know thru searching records that the Farrars and Joplings intermarried often. My 4th G-Grandparents were Thomas Austin and Rebecca Turner off the Farrar line. When Thomas died, Rebecca m. a Jopling. Her children were through Thomas though. Their lives centered around Nelson & Amherst co.'s

If you want to share the Carroll line back further and want to do so off Genforum, please contact me at s-mason@cox.net

Thank you,

Sherry
Sharan "Sherry" J. Mason

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