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Re: Kinghorn town, Scotland
Posted by: Tracie (Gennette) Kinghorn Date: March 28, 2001 at 17:21:13
In Reply to: Re: Kinghorn town, Scotland by Eileen Harrop of 360

Hi:

Tried to research a little on your Edward Harrop, but got lost in the shuffle. My husband's Kinghorn connection is:

Husband: Carey Kinghorn
Father: Leland Dee Kinghorn
Grandfather: Leland R. Kinghorn
G-Grandfather: Joseph Kinghorn
GG-Grandfather: Alexander Patrick Kinghorn
B. 1-27-1839
Greenridge, Midlothian, SC
GGGGrandparents: George Kinghorn& Elizabeth Watson, George B. 6-6-1791
GGGGGrandparents: John Kinghorn & Janet Moffat
GGGGGGGrandparents: James Kinghorn & Katherine McKenzie, Newton, Midlothian, SC
GGGGGGGGGrandparents: Robert Kinghorn & Alison Kennedie,
Gtoinfinity parents: James Kinghorn & Isobell Waddell or Wadie.....this is as far as I have!

On the Harrops:

I have a Mary Elizabeth Harrop married to a David Marcellious Hutchens in the late 1800's. Martha's father was Joseph Harrop, married to Martha Horrocks. Martha's granddaughter married a Kinghorn (Leland R.) Can you figure out our connection?

Tracie


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