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Re: Ebenezer or Eunice (Unus - Unice) of 1700s NJ
Posted by: Dolores Date: February 22, 2002 at 13:08:14
In Reply to: Re: Ebenezer or Eunice (Unus - Unice) of 1700s NJ by Tim Darwin Grana of 336

What luck that I happened to be checking this Forum, as it appears they don't let always you know about replies posted. That was amazingly swift response you gave. OF COURSE there wouldn't be 2 Ebonezers who went to Salem Co., NJ at that time, so you've nailed him all right. An early NJ map spelled it Derwin, but I got nosey about it anyway, since I had found NO Darwins anywhere around 1776 when my Reuben Langley married Eunice/ Unice Darwin in Pittsgrove Twp., Salem County. If spelled right, Eunice would be another "E" name to follow Ephraim, Ebonezer and Elizabeth. How can I reach this researcher Christopher B. Darwin to learn more, and give him a copy of the early map?


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