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Re: inf on Charles Darwin (Evolution theory)
Posted by: Thomas Cooke Date: April 27, 2000 at 09:59:42
In Reply to: inf on Charles Darwin (Evolution theory) by Benjamin Darwin Bryan of 336

Hello Ben,
I found in a book that Charles Darwin is relative to William Darwin the one who was born 1700 and all is decendents. I can't make to tie together, but I think you would like to know that other Darwin from Charles Darwin family came to the United States. Did you that there is a book on Charles Darwin family. The book is called Darwin Pedigrees by R.B. Freeman. You maybe able to find it at your Local Public Library. Another book is Emma Darwin, a century of family letters by Henriett Litchfield and you maybe able to find it at the Library too. If you want I can give what I got on my disk for what you got.
Thomas Cooke.


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