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Reynolds of PA and Stirrats of NJ and NY Updated July 24, 2003
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Robert Stirrat's father and grandparents arrived from Ayrshire, Scotland in 1864. Doris White has ancestors who founded most of CT, came on the Mayflower (Fuller) fought in the Revolution and lived in MA, CT and NY. Ellsworth Wilson's family is Huguenot, fought in the Revolution and lived mostly in Westchester and Orange Co, NY. They have been in North America since the late 1600's. Grace Palmer- many brickwalls in this family. The Palmers show up in NY around 1815 and mostly lived in Sullivan Co. The Averys came from CT The Reynolds show-up sometime in the mid-1700's in the Philadelphia area then move to Northumberland Co, PA. The Reynolds served in the War of 1812 and the Civil War. The Youngs show-up in Hunterdon Co, NJ around 1706 with the last name of Jung. The Young siblings slowly migrate to Union Co, PA where they remain until today.