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Re: Malonzo J. Drummond 1810 England and New York
Posted by: Robert Thompson (ID *****5497) Date: August 10, 2010 at 04:37:50
In Reply to: Re: Malonzo J. Drummond 1810 England and New York by Allister Hardiman of 1913

One of my cousins passed along that the family believes that the spanish influence came while the Drummonds were in exile (http://wapedia.mobi/en/Clan_Drummond) during the 18th century. It is told that our line was in exile in Spain for 80 years and then permitted to return to Perth. Relatives have found ties to the family in Perthshire.

Direct lineage seems to stop at "Malonzo John Drummond" (b.1810) who is believed to have been born Alonzo John Drummond and later changed his name to Malonzo thereby allowing he and his wife Mary Jane Lewis to have the same initials for business purposes "M.J. Drummond".

The hunt continues....



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