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Re: Any Curlin Researchers, Anywhere?
Posted by: nardell jukes Date: September 03, 2000 at 08:20:05
In Reply to: Re: Any Curlin Researchers, Anywhere? by Kim Curlin Wettroth of 38

Thanks, I might mention that my Gamon
ancestor is connected to the early Puritan
people who came abt. 1623 to Isle of Wight,VA
I found the book written by Boddie that explained their immigration. Included Basses Choice where Nathaniel Gamon was listed.
Any chance the Curlins were Puritan/Anababtist also?

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