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  1. son McFarland: Birth: BET 1800 AND 1810 in NC.

  2. Reuben Anderson McFarland: Birth: 09 FEB 1805 in Buncombe Co., North Carolina. Death: AFT 1880 in Linn Co., Oregon

  3. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1810 AND 1815 in Missouri.

  4. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1810 AND 1815 in Missouri.

  5. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1810 AND 1815 in Missouri.

  6. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1815 AND 1820 in Missouri.

  7. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1815 AND 1820 in Missouri.

  8. daughter McFarland: Birth: BET 1820 AND 1825 in Missouri.

a. Note:   Mary Helen Haines notes:
  Buncombe Co. Deed Book 9, pp. 31, 34, 36. John Sr. is deeding land to James (253 acres on Jonathan Cr.), to Reuben (175 acres on Jonathan Cr.) William (196 acres on Jonathan Cr.) and David (116 acres Jonathan's Cr.)
  Buncombe Co. April Court, 1807, pp. 98-99: Ordered by court that David McFarland oversee and cut open a pack horse way from Jonathans Creek to the top of the ountain between said creek and Oconaluftee: All hte hands including Edward Leatherwoods plantation and above that on Jonathans Creek to work on said road under said overseer.
  Haywood Co. Deeds, Pages 91-92.
 Indenture, 5 Jan. 1809, between Felix WALKER of the Co. of Haywood and John HENRY of the same Co. in consideration of the sum of $200 hath conveyed unto the said John HENRY a tract in the said Co. on both sides of the Socah. Beginning at a maple tree at the N of a branch on the S side of Socah Creek thence S 20 E or near that direction a direct course toward the highest place on the top of a mountain oposite to the line of the Survey which this a part thence with said line N 65 W to a black oak with Chestnut and hickory pointers the beginning corner of said Survey thence from that course S 70 E 150 poles to a blackoak on his other line thence N a long a mountain 100 poles suposed to where John DOBSON's line intersect the said line & with John DOBSON's line...containing as is supposed 150 acres Granted to the said Felix WALKER by Patent bearing the date 5 Dec. is provided that the line in this deed running N 70 E shall not extend further than the top of the mountain nor further than the upperline of a tract of land sold by the said Felix WALKER to Benjamin PARKS and John DOBSON. F. WALKER {Seal}. Witnesses: David McFARLAND and Eli Newman HENRY. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.
  In Haywood Co. Minute Book of Pleas, Vol. 1, p. 12, David McFarland is elected as Standard Bearer for the county. On p. 26, David McFarland is sworn as administrator for the estate of James McDowell.
  In the 1830 census for Cooper County, David is listed bet. 50 and 60, with wife bet. 40 and 50. There are also two males bet. 20 and 30. One male bet. 5 and 10, one daug. bet 5 and 10, 2 daug. bet 10 and 15, three daug. bet. 15 and 20. Reuben A. bet 20 and 30 is living next to him.
  In the 1840 census, Margaret is living on same land, with one son 15 to 20, 1 daug. 10 to 15, one daug. 15 to 20, and 2 girls 20 to 30. There is what appears to be a J.W. McFarland next door showing one male 40 to 50, one male 30 to 40, and one female 20 to 30.
  There is a David McFarland and family living in Grayson County, Texas in 1860, Image 104/174. This David was born in N.C. around 1810. A Son of this David?
  The following are notes from the McFarland genealogy website of Gary Morris: --
 ***** 50 ***** David McFARLAND, son of John McFARLAND and Mary KINDER, was born
 7 Jan 1780 in Bedford County, Virginia.
  ----- NOTES FOR David McFARLAND:
 CENSUS: 1810 NORTH CAROLINA, Haywood County. P. 198. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.