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Sasseen, Sassin, Panetier, Traylor
Posted by: Toni Date: August 04, 2001 at 14:27:09
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Seeking information on my French Huguenot heritage. My ancestors lived at Manikintowne in Viriginia and intermarried with many of those living in the area. Of primary concern to me are the names Traylor, which is spelled in documents many ways ie., Treloar, Traillor, Taylor, and I believe was originally Trouillard. The other family is Panetier, with various spellings of Pantier, Panetie, Pankay, and Panitour. The last is Saseen which is originally spelled Sasin but also Sasine, Saseen. If you can shed any light on these individuals I would like to exchange information with you. I also have a copy of the "Turff and Twigg" book by Priscilla Harris Cabell, listing these early Huguenot names and many others. Thanks in advance, Toni


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