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Re: Meighan-Meehan-Meaghan-Mehan
Posted by: Joy Mehan (ID *****7758) Date: January 11, 2012 at 18:55:44
In Reply to: Re: Meighan-Meehan-Meaghan-Mehan by Ted Meehan of 82

Hello Ted. Saw your post from some years back. My dad had a family rumor of his branch of the Mehans having come from/through France, but never found any substantiation. I would dearly love for this to be the breakthrough! I have traced him back to his great-grandfather James Mehan b. Ireland 1835, emigrated 1864/65, found in 1880 U.S. census in Springwells, Wayne co., Michigan. Wife named Jane. I haven't been able to find him in the 1870 census, although I know he was in Michigan somewhere at the time (dates and place of children's births). There I hit a wall. Any possibilities? My tree on is named All Together Now.

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