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Re: Auten Tree and other diverse things!
Posted by: Frank Davis (ID *****1943) Date: November 04, 2011 at 12:38:13
In Reply to: Re: Auten Tree and other diverse things! by Jim Castner of 514

JIM And MAMIE; I have found several sources that indicate Thomas Auten (1759-1847), Revolutionary War Vet, is buried at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. (My Smith ancestors married some Autens in Pleasant Ridge = There is even an "Auten Road" there.)

You can even see his tombstone on ... Frank

I have not had a chance to confirm this, but my initial descendancy theory(in my ancestry) is: Thomas-Ralph-Thomas-David-Thomas + Martha T. SMITH.

Please feel free to email me

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