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Re: Early N.C. Baynors
Posted by: Terria Baynor Date: March 22, 2000 at 10:32:11
In Reply to: Re: Early N.C. Baynors by Michelle Campbell of 24

The Baynor name from Beaufort County so far, we think they trace back to England. It is spelled different ways in Beaufort Co. Beaner/Bayner/Bainer/Baner/Baynor. They spelled things as they sounded so you can have many different spellings on the name. I haven't found any Nelsons that connect as yet, but BJ & I haven't been working on this too long. We have it back to the early 1700's... Do you know who Frederick's parents were? That would help....how about his date of birth?


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