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Re: allday family genealogy
Posted by: Ann Stacy Date: September 27, 2000 at 14:12:15
In Reply to: allday family genealogy by david allday of 110

David,
I'm glad to see that your name is spelled the
same way as my ancestors who originated in
Colonial America in Virginia c. 1670. Really,
comparatively speaking, there are not many
Alldays in the U.S.A if you consider names
like Brown, Smith or Hall. This fact makes
it an easy family to trace. Whenever I find
an Allday listed in a library book, I can be
sure its either a near or distant relative.
Furthermore, the Allday cousins I have met
via the internet are the nicest people!


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