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Re: Duttry family tree
Posted by: Dan Holder Date: November 18, 2000 at 21:17:38
In Reply to: Duttry family tree by David Duttry of 37

My name is Diane Duttry Holder in Paragould, AR. I am from DuBois, PA and we are kin as the names you mentioned are real familiar. I come from the Reuben Duttry/Rebecca Dixon branch. Reuben was a brother of Andrew. and their father was Christian. If you still have connections back home, see if they can locate a copy of the narrative history of Sabula written by an elderly lady named, Jennie Smith Dixon. The Hills of Home - Historical Times and Tales of the Sabula Community. ( 1974 2nd edition 1977). There is alot of good info on the first Duttrys in the area and their connections with other Sabula families. Also I found a website of the Bish family in which the Duttrys are included. You'll be fascinated by this site as the first two names that show up are Eleanore of Acquataine(Queen of Henry II of England) and John Lackland(her son King John of Magna Carta Fame). I got hooked and was able to to trace forward through the Plantagenets up to Edward III and his son Lionel of Clarence. Then our lineage appears to leave royalty and concentrate on the aristocracy of England, Ireland, Wales. Of course I have no idea what happened from about 1400 to the present but it is exciting to think the Duttrys have at least a drop of blue blood. See: www.familytreemaker.com/users/j/e/s/SherryLJesberger/col5-0001.html.


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