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Re: What does the word Bustin mean?
Posted by: Diane Crowther (ID *****0213) Date: December 27, 2007 at 04:16:30
In Reply to: Re: What does the word Bustin mean? by Joe Cunningham of 57

My grandmother's maiden name was Coraline (aka Cora) May Bustin (b. 4 July 1882, d. 04 November 1954 in Syracuse NY). She had four sisters and two brothers. I believe her parents were John Bustin (b. abt 1848 in Ireland, and Margaret Ellicott (b. abt 1847 in Illinois). Any relationship to your Bustin GGGM?


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