A genealogical history of the Follin family in America

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G. Edmonston, 1911 - 142 pages
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I am a direct descendent of Rebecca Follin , great great grandmother, and live in NYC. We have this book about our great great great grandfather, John Follin, and enjoy it. Carol T

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