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Re: British Link 1750 or previous
Posted by: Gary Duggins, Date: March 05, 2000 at 08:24:25
In Reply to: Re: British Link 1750 or previous by Mark Gordon Duggins of 360

In the US the families were farmers usually and had many children if they lived long enough. Some were plantation owners and had Afro slaves that when freed didn't leave the plantation and took on the Duggins name. To e-mail you please leave your e-mail next to your name. Feel free to e-mail me and I will pass along what tree I have from Stephen Duggins, Sr. We believe he was one brother that came from Ireland in the 1700. Still doing research. We have his great grandson's picture plus his daughter and her husband on CD and can e-mail it to anyone who wishes. Best Regards Duggins members.
Gary Duggins


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