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Re: Kinghorns of Midlothian, Scotland
Posted by: Linda Martin Date: March 26, 2001 at 17:27:12
In Reply to: Re: Kinghorns of Midlothian, Scotland by Tracie (Gennette) Kinghorn of 360

Dear Gennette, thank you for your response
to the origin of the Kinghorn name. Am
familiar with the connection to the Earls
of Strathmore and Kinghorn and that a John
Lyons took the name of Kinghorn. Kinghorn
does seem to be a surname prior to that time
period, however, and wonder if it's possible
that there would be a common ancestor? I, too, live in Boise, Id. and am very interested in the 5 floppy disks with Kinghorn information that you mentioned...would this info be available at the LDS research center? As we have some
people (LDS) who attend our Kinghorn reunions
(Black Hills/South Dakota) who are descendants of George Kinghorn/Elizabeth Watson, I have a copy of their genealogy. So
far have not found a direct connection to our
Kinghorn family which we have traced back to
the late 1600's in Eccles, Berwick, Scotland,
and later to Fogo. Can send you the names
and dates if you are interested(?). Linda M


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