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In the BORTON line , I have been fortunate enough to have traced the family back to England in 1554. But of course, I want more! Can YOU answer any of these questions or point me in the right direction?I would like more information on the BORTON's that were left behind in England when John BORTON(b. 1633) brought his family to BURLINGTON NJ in 1679.
Do you know anything about the Griffin(the ship they came over on)?
What happened to William BORTON(b. 1668) after he married Hannah COLE in 1699?
I am descended from a BORTON branch that stayed in NEW JERSEY. Who else did?
I am also very interested in any "stories" that you may have.

Now for the rest of the lines - I have not been able to get past the information that my grandmothers gave me years ago.
Charles Miller GALLEANA(GALLINA)born in 1879 near Philadelphia Pa. married Ellen Laura CALDWELL born in 1869.
Edward CALDWELL(wife Helen AUGUSTA) married in 1867.
Anthony ROCHFORD(1895-1958)born in Ireland. He was a sargeant in the Black Watch during WW1.
Alfred STOCKALL(1858-1938) and his wife Ada TANTONY(1863-1963). Alfred STOCKALL was an officer in the Queens guard during the Crimeon War. They lived in London, England.
The Cheryl Borton Raley Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

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Cheryl Ann Raley
435 South Farnum Street
Friendsville, TN 37737
United States
423-995-0003
Caraley@aol.com


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