This is still being researched, but what I am beginning to see is this:
Redmond Fallin (Fallon, Fallen, Falling etc.) arrived to the Danville, Pittsylvania County area by no later than 1747 (was on the Dan River by 1745).
Where did he come from? Well he is on a list of taxables of the Monocosie or Monocacy Hundred in Maryland (Prince Geo. Co.) a Quaker community that immigrated almost wholly from Maryland to the Danville area and on down to NC.
He is listed as an immigrant from Ireland in 1733 and about that same time or just a few years after is on the list of taxables in the above mentioned Quaker community.
Now ... was he really a Quaker?I believe that he was at least temporarily a Quaker, if not life long. He may have changed religious affiliations later.
Keep in mind this is still speculative, but I think there is some pretty strong circumstantial evidence to support this theory. The other Redmonds in Dorchester may be related some how ... but can't prove that yet. It does look like our Redmond immigrated independently of the Dorchester Redmonds who came earlier.