ANGLIN - HISTORY
The Anglin family emigrated from co. Cork, Ireland and settled at Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
The Anglin family are possible descendants of the Anglins of north eastern France who may have left, c.1572, and settled in the Bandon, Cork, Ireland area. They may have been Huguenots. To date, the first recordings of the family are found in Ballymoney Parish, county Cork, Ireland which shows a Robert Anglin [1775- ] marrying a Sarah Whelpley in 1800. The Whelpy/Whelpley spelling would appear to be the same family. Of their children, Robert Anglin [1806-1874] married Sarah Hayes and of this family a son, Samuel Anglin [1842-1920], marrying Harriet Rebecca 'Hallie' Phillips (Rebecca Harriett Phillips) in 1870. Another son of Robert & Sarah Anglin was Samuel Anglin who married Cecilia Wright in 1849 and one of their children, John Anglin, married Marian B. Bacon another related member of the Phillips family.
For a complete Anglin Family ancestry one should visit a extremely good site by Bill Anglin, Kingston, Ontario, Canada: http://www,billanglin.com
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