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Re: Christina Kinghorn 1811
Posted by: Margaret Thompson (ID *****5215) Date: December 27, 2002 at 06:09:28
In Reply to: Christina Kinghorn 1811 by Terri Snell of 360

I have quite a bit of information on Christina Kinghorn Archibald. I would be happy to send you a GEDCOM file if you would like. I also have pictures of Christina, her headstone from the Spanish Fork, Utah cemetery, and her midwife bag from the DUP museum in Spanish Fork if you are interested. I have some histories of Christina and Robert (all records with his name, including his christening, marriage and autobiography, say Robert Archibald) (I don't know where the name James came from)

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