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Re: Alexander Kinghorn
Posted by: Michael Kinghorn (ID *****4213) Date: October 07, 2010 at 20:30:30
In Reply to: Alexander Kinghorn by Joy Brunette of 360

Hello Joy..
Thanks for the info. I am trying to learn the origin of the name Alexander in my family line. I have been told since I was young that it was a name passed on in my family for many generations. My Great grandfather was an Alexander and my grandfather was Jo Alexander... I named my son Cole Alexander. I dont have very much more information than that at this time. I recently visited the town of Kinghorn and the monument just outside of town to honor King Alexander.. the last of the celtic kings who died there in the 1300's. Cant help but wonder if it all started there.?..?? My grandfather was born in Idaho in 1910. Any information on this subject that you or anyone else may have would be of great interest to me. Thank you.
Michael Kinghorn..Idaho Falls Idaho


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