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Re: Columber or Columbus?
Posted by: Rob Date: October 07, 2000 at 18:54:52
In Reply to: Columber or Columbus? by Robert Columber of 54

The surname is Cullumber, which is found in France and Scotland. It was changed throughout the years.
My earliest recorded Columber is Richard Columber, out of Jefferson County VA., back in 1770. He later moved to Ohio, where most of the Columber's are located. You are a relative of mine.


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