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James Kunkle, please help me if you can
Posted by: Jacci Wagner (ID *****4758) Date: April 05, 2006 at 11:30:23
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Hi Mr. James Kunkle,

I was reviewing message boards on genealogy.com and came across the Kunkle name and your numerous emails. Perhaps you can help me.

I have an ancestor named Matilda Liming (spelling can be many different ways) from Allentown, (Monmouth or Burlington Counties, depending on the year), NJ. She would have been born any time between 1804 and 1824. Her parents were Phoebe O. Foster and Ephraim or Joel Liming. She had a sister Sarah who married William Smith, a brother, Ephraim Liming JR who married first Hannah Robbins and 2nd (1850’s) Rachel upon death of Hannah, and another sister, Mary Ann who married William Bunting. I am descended from the last. The only notes I have from my great grandfather say Matilda married a “Mr. Kenkle”. I have tried many times over the years to find further information on this woman and her husband to no avail until today. On the long shot that Kenkle may actually be Kunkle, do you have anyone that may match this line? I appreciate your checking. Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

Jacci Wagner


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