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Re: James and William Mealling 1800's ,
Posted by: Joy Mowery Date: August 03, 2000 at 15:45:24
In Reply to: Re: James and William Mealling 1800's , by robert mealing of 4

Thanks for your reply. Some of my family did use "Mealing". My grandfather used Mealling but cousins of ours used the one "L" spelling. The documents of ours addresses William Mealling as Malling. But we also have some documents that address his daughter, Maria, last name as Malins. The only common thing between these documents are that they come from the Morgans in Wales. One says presented to M.K. Morgan or Mip and Master E.R.S Morgan. The one bible we have says Tredegar Vicarage. So, I figure if some how i get in contact with Tredegar house in Wales, I might get somewhere. Anyway, thanks for reminding me.

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