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Re: Richard Constantine Baltimore Maryland--abt. 1800ish
Posted by: Heidi Draffin (ID *****1829) Date: July 02, 2005 at 13:16:05
In Reply to: Richard Constantine Baltimore Maryland--abt. 1800ish by Diana Ballew of 178

This is one of my brick walls.

Richard and Edward are Constantine family names. My 4th Great Grandfather, Edward Constantine, married Cathrine Dimmitt in 20 Aug 1788 in Baltimore County, Md and supposedly had John Constantine in England, but they died in Kentucky. Its just possilbe that they were related.

The name Edward and Richard rock back and forth through subsequent generations, my father was a richard of a female constatine born of an Edward.


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