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Re: origination of the woolfolk name
Posted by: Roger Burdette (ID *****4835) Date: June 03, 2002 at 18:32:05
In Reply to: Re: origination of the woolfolk name by Robert Woolfolk of 557

I was just told that I am from the Richard Woolfolk of Gloucester Co., Va. I'm still looking for the connection to be sure, but it's supposed to go something like this...Robert "Robin" Woolfolk married Anne George Woolfolk. Their son was William Woolfolk Sr. (1752- Oct. 28,1822) William Woolfolk's son was William Woolfolk Jr. He married Elizabeth B. Booker Dec. 24, 1807. Their so was Parham Booker Woolfolk (1817-1886). He married Eliza J. Burton Woolfolk (1824-1893) Their son was John Franklin Woolfolk (1848-1928) He married A woman named Nellie and had a son Edgar Woolfolk (1878-?) His second wife was Mary E. Woolfolk (1879-1970) Together they had four girls...Betty Woolfolk Taylor; Georgie Woolfolk Roberts; Maggie Woolfolk Roberts; and Edna Mildred Woolfolk LaFollette (1902-1988). I feel close to completing the tree, so I will have a full line soon.


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