Before I forget let me mention the Folkrod something you had that I knew to be a Forbush?I noticed someone said Forwood or something and that would be about the same translated in German.Also wonder if this could be the Foulks mentioned by my mother too.
Wolliver/Woolever as AKA spelling variations of my Woolley/Wooley/Wooldrige/Woolege surname of my family.I have been researching an Abraham Woolley/etc as the father to my gg-grandfather, but don't see you have his name listed as a child.May not be same one, do you have an earilier Abraham as father to Abraham?
I noticed you had Mers and mentioned Mars.I have Marrs/etc family, so am wondering if we have something started here.I only know of my Marrs family in OH and after, can't find William Marrs and Jane McClure.
When seeing Keal, I think about my Neal/Neeley/Kneeley/Kneely surname related to all of the above.I seemed to have found my oldest Neal/etc from VA to MD to OH.One of my Neals married a Marrs.
I haven't had an easy time with my Woolley/etc family.My gg-grandfather is first found m 1844 in OH, moved to NJ and lost.His son, my g-grandfather was found living with another family in 1861, and on 1880 OH census, my gg-grandmother was found a widow living with her father and some children, she was buried in MD. (Curious isn't it) My g-grandfather b 1854 in NJ to OH, married a Neal/etc (found her under Neeley) but they went to MO to marry and back to OH.So as did my grandfather and grandmother.Had to have been family there.I think Neal, but one of my other Neal/etc family also married a different line of Wooley/etc.It was the brother of my g-grandmother.By that time, my Marrs family had become known with other spellings and went to KS and other places as Myers/etc.
Isn't this fun?Willing to compare more if you would like.