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Re: DYKENS/PARKER 1834 River Philip
Posted by: Linda Monkman (ID *****0284) Date: July 22, 2004 at 04:53:08
In Reply to: DYKENS/PARKER 1834 River Philip by Steve Franey of 43

Hi Steve. My Dykens information is extremely limited, but might mean something to you. My great-great grandmother was Hilda Dykens. I don't have any dates for her, but she could be your "Hulda" Dykens, born Jan 9 1838. My Hilda and her husband (James Colburn) had a daughter named Hilda also, born May 29 1856 in Farmington, Cumberland, N.S. Many of my tree settled in River Philip, which I believe is close to Farmington.

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