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Re: Buchners in Canada
Posted by: Diana Abel (ID *****9486) Date: November 24, 2008 at 10:01:00
In Reply to: Re: Buchners in Canada by Cathleen Warboy of 99

After the holiday is just fine.

My Buchners are on a completely separate tree from the Abel line.

There are MANY spellings of "Abel" but mine was never Abeel . . . that I have found. My Abel line is from the Immigrant Robert Abell (pronounced more like "a-BELL" rather than "A-ble") d. 1663. He came to America from England in the 1630's. Migration of this line is from England to Massachusetts to Connecticut (where descendant dropped the extra "l" between 1800-1830) to Ohio to Michigan in mid-1800's. Siblings split w/ some settling in Michigan, Illinois, Tennessee, Nebraska, Nevada, . . .

Diana



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