Flat River Plats

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4 Comments on “Flat River Plats”

  1. Stuart Parrish says:

    On the Flat River Plat drawing is an ancestor of yours, presumably, William McFarland . Adjacent smaller parcel on either side of the Flat is Ansil Parrish both given dates of 1780. I have been researching Ansil . He is a. 5x Great Grandfather. He transferred title to a son before moving to Georgia. There is still a William McFarland farm on Moors Mill Road. Beautiful place. Thank you for sharing this. . I will note your site and should I ever discover anything I think may be of interest to you will promptly share in return. Stuart Lee Parrish

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    • Susan Kromer Hunt says:

      Stuart
      Can you tell me if there is a John Hunt or more than one John Hunt in the area you mentioned.
      Thanks Susan

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      • Stuart Parrish says:

        Susan, I only now saw your comment. I was on the Flat River yesterday and will gladly keep you posted if I should encounter a John Hunt in local research. I wonder if there is a way to enable notifications about comments in this thread? If you have admin on this site, I will gladly reply to email including more info, such as any bio. stats of the John Hu nt you are interested in, DOB,etc.
        Sincerely
        Stuart

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  2. Deason Hunt says:

    Stuart. This is a WordPress.com engine. I have looked and can’t find any setting that would get the notification to you. If you are WordPress-experienced and know of such a setting, I would appreciate hearing about it.

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