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Re: What does the word Bustin mean?
Posted by: Retha Clements (ID *****9315) Date: December 21, 2006 at 21:31:03
In Reply to: Re: What does the word Bustin mean? by Joe Cunningham of 57

Hi Joe,
This is what I have on how my part of the Bustin family got to America. It comes from a Bustin family history book. In the year 1600 Christopher Bustin left Irland and landed in Norfolk County Virginia. Over the years the Bustins have moved to North Carolina, South Caroline, Georgia, Alabama, and on to Mississippi. I just read that my Great-Grandfather Robert Hicks Bustin was the first Bustin to move to Mississipp. I know that at some time ggfather's brother George Washington Bustin followed after him to Mississippi. I live in Mississippil. Sorry, I do not know anything about our home in Irland. I guess, you know more about our home in Irland then I do.
It was good talking to you, Retha Bustin Clements

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