Rollins & Clark: With Allied Families

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Gateway Press, 1991 - 391 pages
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The earliest known ancestor, John R. Rollins (1774-1849), migrated from North Carolina in 1818, traveling in an oxcart and settled in what was then known as Campbell Co., Georgia. From there he moved to Paulding County, and two years later moved to Murray County, Georgia. He was married twice. His first wife died ca. 1815 in North Carolina after their seventh child was born. He married (2) Frances Pohl. They had two children. Children were born in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. Descendants live in Alabama, Georgia, Texas and elsewhere. Includes descendants of Lewis Ransom Clark (1821-ca. 1904), who was born in N.C., married Martha Terry (1833-ca. 1901) 1846 in Paulding Co., Georgia. They lived in Cherokee Co., Ala. and later in Winston Co., Alabama. They had eight children, who were born in Georgia and Alabama.

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