Graves Pack Line
Immigrant: Graves Pack ca. 1700.
line has been traced back to Thomas PACK, Req., of Ballynakill, Queens
County, England, born about 1560.
Old World surnames connected to this line are thought to be:
Sir. Dennis PACK, K.C.B, K.T.S.
Arthur John Reynolds PACK of Haisford, England
PACK, born about 1680, England
PACK had at least three sons:
PACK, b 1715
PACK, b about 1718
and Joseph are believed to have settled in the Carolinas)
PACK, b about 1720
b about 1720, had at least two sons both born in VA:
PACK, b about 1755
PACK, b about 1757
and George spent their early years together, eventually settling in the
New River area of VA, where both married and began families.
married Mary FARLEY, the daughter of Frances FARLEY, Sr, and Elizabeth
CROSTIC. Samuel and Mary remained in VA, and most of their descendants
spent one or more generations in VA before moving into the Carolines, Tennesse,
Oklahoma, and points west.
left VA around 1805, and migrated into the Floyd/Lawrence County area of
KY with his second wife, Elizabeth BROWN, and the children from his first
marriage to Mary BROWN.
descendants of George PACK remained in KY, but several migrated into Wayne
County in today's WV, in about 1850. An appreciable number
of descendants still live in KY and WV.
sources: Ray Pack, Early Pack's In America; Greenbrier
Appalachian Springs, Vol. 3, No. 2, April, 1995;
John F. Vallentine,
Genealogical Journal, Vol, 12, No. 4, Winter,
1983-84, The Samuel Pack Family.
of Graves PACK Researchers
your name to Graves Pack Family Researchers
PACK b 08 Mar 1854 Wayne Co, WV
Son of Samuel PACK and
(Direct descendant of
"Betty" MARCUM b August 1852 in WV
Daughter of Moses
MARCUM & Susanah COLLINS
courtesy of of Anice (Ramey) Curry
by Sue Witeof
Generation Chart of CATHERINE PACK
Generation Chart of GEORGE PACK
other researchers of the GRAVES PACK line
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