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From: "Carol" <>
Subject: Re: [WVFAYETT-L] Darlington/Ingram
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 11:22:52 -0500

This is the little i know on the Darlington family.
James D was s/o Benjamin & MaryJohnson Darlington.Lived first-on Mulberry
Fork of Loup Creek.In 1852 James was elected Justice of peace.James
son,Nathan was killed in Civil war,James married Eliza__??.They had 2 other
sons,Owen & James

Benjamin & Mary also had Benjamin Jr.He was born in Nicholas Co & died in
Charleston,WV.Married Nancy Foster.Only 1 of their sons stayed
inarea,Dick.Other children were Margaret (Jarrett)>Nancy E.>Virginia>Rebecca
A.>Benjamin> & Ada

Other children of Benjamin Sr & Mary Johnson were
William,Joseph,John,Nancy,Mary,Rebecca & 2 more girls

L Neil Darlington(according to book) Was a teacher (1914-1961)in WWI and
author.The new book was published in1988

This is a short capsule of the info from Mr Darlingtons book
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Date: Saturday, February 27, 1999 11:03 PM
Subject: [WVFAYETT-L] Darlington/Ingram

>Hello Fayette List Members!\
>I am so excited to find such a wonderful list with members that are so
>and also to discover I have a cousin out there too. I was sent information
>from several of you on the Ingram family, in particular regarding James
>Ingram. L. Neil Darlington was quoted from a 1933 newspaper article from
>Tribune. The Ruth Ingram married Johnson Darlington. My family tree does
>have this L. Neal Darlington on it.
>Do any of hou have information on the Darlington family?
>>From an excited list member,
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