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Gallops in Kingston, PA

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Gallops in Kingston, PA

Jeff Newman (View posts)
Posted: 28 Mar 2001 1:28PM GMT
Charles Harris (1716-1778) was one of the First Forty, and came out in 1769 with the Susquehanna Company. He came from Plainfield, CT. His maternal grandmother was Christabel Gallup, who married Peter Crary. Christabel's father was Captain John Gallup (1615-1675), son of John Gallop (1590-1650), who came over. There is a clustering of Gallup/Gallops emigrating, then moving to Stonington, CT. They profitted by their relation to Gov. Winthrop and got lands in PLainfield, CT as well. I don't know about them in Kingston, as I am descended from their cousin, Peter Harris. Check the Luzerne County Historical and Geological Society in Wilkes-Barre. They have excellent files.
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Annelle 19 Feb 2001 5:25PM GMT 
Jeff Newman 28 Mar 2001 8:28PM GMT 
annelle50 23 Jun 2001 6:38PM GMT 
R_Radsick 28 Aug 2001 12:32PM GMT 
Annelle Morgan 28 Aug 2001 12:57PM GMT 
R_Radsick 28 Aug 2001 1:41PM GMT 
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