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Re: FURNER family, anywhere U.S. or abroad
Posted by: Paul Furner (ID *****1494) Date: April 20, 2005 at 04:56:49
In Reply to: Re: FURNER family, anywhere U.S. or abroad by Sandra Scott of 88

Hi Sandra, there is a good chance we are related. My father, Frank Furner born 1930, came from Gravesend and his fathers name was George who married Jessie Harpum in the 1920's. The probability of a link comes from my father being the 6th and me the 7th consecutive member of this branch of the Furners to have the name Frank as either a first or subsequent name. I will ask dad for a bit of family background, I know his grandfather and uncles were blacksmiths in Chalk village but I'm not sure which side of his family he was refering to.

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