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Re: 1800s GARLINGTON Mystery Solved ?
Posted by: Dennis K. Boswell Date: September 28, 2000 at 10:00:32
In Reply to: 1800s GARLINGTON Mystery Solved ? by Dennis K. Boswell of 235

Lending further support to CONCLUSION # 1 in my original 9/20 posting is the fact that two independent instances of John Hubbard Garlington having been known simply as "Hubbard" (instead of "John") have come to my attention. One is a primary record dated in 1855. The other is a neighbor of John Hubbard Garlington's who knew him simply as "Hubbard" and recorded his name as "Hubbard" in 1932.


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