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Re: FURNER family, anywhere U.S. or abroad (Australia)
Posted by: Timna Nelson (ID *****7778) Date: July 07, 2004 at 04:20:07
In Reply to: Re: FURNER family, anywhere U.S. or abroad by Helen Boyle of 88


Hi Helen,
You emailed me directly ( a long time ago, and have now tried to contact you with some further info on my family. I tried to email you at, but it bounced back...

I am unsure if there are any connections between your FURNER family and mine but will fill you in a bit, as you may well have information that connects your FURNERs to mine....(I have not managed to go back in time
as far as you have!!)

Would love to find out if there are any connections. My FURNER info only goes back as far as a Thomas FURNER born ca. 1692 in Brede, son of Thomas FURNER and Mary CATE. I do not know whether the father had any brothers called Nicholas or not. I guess Brede in the 17th Century was not
too big a place, and maybe all the FURNERs were kin....

Would love to hear from you if you are able.

Kindest regards and happy ancestor hunting!

Timna Nelson
Brisbane, Qld. Australia

>>> "Helen Boyle" <> 6:55:55 08/01/2001 >>>
My mum has been researching family history for 15 years, she has now
passed it onto me !!

We are researching the Furner family from Brede and go back as far as
1645 starting with nycholas and ann. we have gone about 7
generations/lines now and our tree branches to Australia, south Africa and north
England. I wondered where you would fit in.......

Please send me a mail, to let me know where your line starts, maybe we
can join up ??



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