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Re: origination of the woolfolk name
Posted by: Jourdan Burke, Jr. (ID *****2090) Date: March 07, 2003 at 08:36:11
In Reply to: Re: origination of the woolfolk name by Roger Burdette of 556

Your Woolfolk line is English, not Irish. Your family is the line that goes back to the immigrant that many of the other responses are talking about. The line is: Anabel Thomas Lafollette whose mother was Edna Mildred Woolfolk, whose father was John Franklin Woolfolk, whose parents were Parham Booker Woolfolk and Elizabeth J. Burton. Parham's parents were William Woolfolk, born 11 Mar 1794, died 8 Jun 1840 and Elizabeth Booker. Williams's parents were William, born c1752, died Oct 1822 and Elizabeth Noden. William's parents were Robert "Robin", Sr., born 1728 in Caroline Co., Va, died 1749 at "Shepards Hill", Caroline Co., VA and Ann George. Robin's parents were Robert, born in Glouchester Co., VA in 1688, died in Caroline Co., VA in 1744 and Frances Lee. Robert's parents were Richard, the immigrant, born 1658 "Hull", East Riding, Yorkshire, England; died c1741 Abingdon Parrish, Glouchester, VA and Elizabeth Boswell/Rosewell.


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