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Re: Gladwyn in 1500's.
Posted by: Carol D. Date: April 05, 2001 at 16:03:56
In Reply to: Re: Gladwyn in 1500's. by Jon Cave of 160

Hi Jon,
I just came across this web site and was happy to see a reference to the name Dakeyne. I too am a direct descendent from a George Dakeyne who came to Delaware(the states) from England with William Penn in 1682. He was a surveyor and is responsible for many of the boundary lines in Delaware and in Pennsylvania. I have been able to trace my line back to him, but I have not been able to go back any further. He was born around 1650 and had several wives. Can you help? I will be checking your information with mine to see if tbere are any connections. The name has undergone several changes...my maiden name is spelled Deakyne. I hope to hear from you soon with any and all information on the name Dakeyne you care to share. Thank you. Carol
(cbmjja@cs.com)


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