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Re: Thomas Farley / Archer's Hope (land)
Posted by: Raymond W. Ryan (ID *****0529) Date: September 23, 2006 at 09:33:58
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Farley / Archer's Hope (land) by susan cox of 288


For your information there was no Montgomery County, Virginia in 1725, as it was not formed until 1777 from Fincastle County, Virginia. The year 1725 would place the area that became Montgomery County as part of Spotsyslvania County, formed in 1721 from the counties of Essex, King William, and King and Queen.

I show Henrico County, Virginia as Thomas Farley's place of birth. An added note is that Chesterfield County was formed in 1749 from Henrico County, only five years before Thomas Farley married there in 1754.

Best to you in your research!

Ray Ryan

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