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Re: where came my name durlin from?
Posted by: Ed Broadus Date: July 05, 2001 at 05:01:49
In Reply to: Re: where came my name durlin from? by marina durlin-tisina of 54

In the United States the name "Durlin" is often a variation of "Dorland" and "Dorlandt." Many with that name in the United States descend from one of two Dutch brothers who came to North America in the 1600's. Perhaps your name is Dutch rather than German.


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