History

The Chronicles of England show the early records of the name Phareloch to be derived from the Norman race. The name appears in England from about 1066 A.D., and its history is interwoven within the majestic tapestry which contains the history of Britain. The surname Phareloch emerged as a notable family name in the county of Hertfordshire and contributed much to local politics and in the affairs of England or Scotland. During the 12th century many of these Norman families moved north to Scotland. Later, in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries England was ravaged by religious and political conflict. The democratic way of life of the New World beckoned many. They sailed aboard the fleet of sailing ships known as the “White Sails.” From the port of arrival settlers joined the wagon trains westward…