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The BlackbearysHome on the Web for the Blackstocks & Scarbearys(BlackBearys comes from the combined last names of Vale BLACKstock and David scarBEARY.) SCARBEARY FAMILY HISTORYAncestors and Offspring of John William Scarbeary, 1870-1941

Lineage

1. William Scarborough, born 1560, married Agnes Farrar

2. William Scarborough, born 1599, married Agnes King

3. John Scarborough, born 1638/39, married Sarah Ashby

4. John Scarborough, born 1667, married Mary Pierson

5. Robert Scarborough, born 1708, married Mary Bailey

6. Robert Scarborough, born 1766, married Catherine Beheler

7. Samuel Scarborough, born 1810, married Nancy Mullins

8. Isaac Scarberry, born 1838, married Rebeca Anna Myers/Miers

9. John William Scarbeary, born 1870, married Susan Iciphine McFarland

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