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Clinton and Warren County, Ohio Fallis'

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These Fallis' were mostly Quaker Friends descendants of George and Mary Fallis of Frederick and Stafford County, Virginia, brother to my Jacob Follis of Jeremy's Run Shenandoah County, Virginia. It appears they interacted as various family members are found in records in at least the 3 neighboring counties of Greene, Clinton and Warren. This is a collecting page for information I come across related to these families.

An Elizabeth, George, James, Mary and Richard Fallis are mentioned in the Clinton County, Wilmington, Ohio History book.

Miami Monthly Meeting of Friends Cemetery Hicksite and Orthodox with map location. Actual handwritten records of burials. Local Quaker Meeting Houses and Cemetery Sites locations need to add to Google maps.

Springfield Friends Cemetery - Eli Harvey (Fallis) Internationally known animal sculptor

More FALLIS FOLLIS pages:

My FOLLIS Families Thomas & Catharine EIKENBERRY Jacob & Hannah KINGERY Isaac & Mercy VAUGHAN Jacob & Sarah SPRINGER
Thomas & Elizabeth Fallis Pioneer Cemetery Fallis Cemetery Wildflowers Immigrant FOLLIS Daniel James FALLIS
FOLLIS Information Fallis As First Name Follis Links FALLIS vs FOLLIS FOLLIS Places
FOLLIS Trivia FALLIS - FOLLIS in Civil War Black FOLLIS' E. O. Fallis Fallis Oklahoma
Clinton Warren County, Ohio        

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