Thank You, Mr. Little!wow!There were a few details in your post/response that I hadn't known!
So maybe my Maryland hunch is right? (still no hard core proof, but maybe I *was* sniffing the right tracks there)
I just wonder if the Tidewater Fallins and the Maryland Fallins tie in together somehow? (I bet they do).
Leo, can you do me a favor and post (here)... Your proposed linkage from the Pittsylvania County Redmond to the Fallins in the Monocacy (Monococy) Hundred in Maryland?
I just want to double check my old work I had done years ago, and see if we have the same stuff.
thanks (and much obliged), Lance T. Fallin
post thought ;yeah, that Quaker thing made me have some doubts too (I thought Quakers didn't get married or have kids???) (unless he/they became Quakers afterwards)
Plus, my line at least in the last 50 years or so ... uhmm... we are very well known as religious non-conformists, ha-haso that was an interesting tidbit, this non-conformist thing goes way back then? That figures.