Jacob Rall, Jr., was born in 1776 near what is now Lexington, North Carolina. He married Sarah Corley. He died in 1853 in Haralson, Georgia.
From the FindAGrave entry:
"Son of Jacob Rawl (1751-c1795) & Katherine Price Rawl (1756-1838)
1st Elizabeth Gartman (1782-1837)** Elizabeth was the daughter of George Gartman, 2nd Sarah Corley (ca 1804-1849)**Sarah was the daughter of Laurance Corley, 3rd Ruth Elmore (1807-1878)**Ruth was the daughter of Thomas Appleton Elmore and the sister of Rev. Elijah Elmore. She married first Lewis McCullough (ca 1777-ca 1850).
"Inscription: In the 77th year of his age. He attached himself to the Lutheran Church in early life, lived religious, died according to his profession."
Joseph Rawls unknown–1852
John Jacob Rawl 1800–1892
Mary Rawls Addy 1802–1850
Samuel Rawl 1807–1892
Rebecca Rawl Harman 1809–1832
Barbara Rawls Bedenbaugh 1812–1882
Daniel Rall 1814–1849
Celia Rawls Elmore 1814–1855
George Bynum Rawls 1823–1910
Jesse Rawls 1825–1894
Thomas F. Rawls 1842–1863
↑ Find a Grave, database and images (accessed 08 May 2021), memorial page for Jacob Rall Jr. (1776–29 Dec 1853), Find A Grave: Memorial #12476768, citing Mount Pilgrim Lutheran Church Cemetery, Haralson, Coweta County, Georgia, USA ; Maintained by M & R Thompson Parker (contributor 47111721).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Jacob by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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