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Posted by: Adam Smith Date: March 09, 2002 at 14:42:22
In Reply to: HELP ME PLEASE by David Mohn of 298

Hi David:

All I can suggest is that "MOHN" has a variant spelling of "MANN." The MANN families (in the 1700s) came from Germany to Pennsylvania. They would have come from the Rhine Valley. (I'm going way back.) My prime advice is search variant spellings. Many MANNS settled in Bucks County, PA. But it is a German name, and if your family came to the U.S in the 18th century, they would have gone to PA. To Bucks or Northampton County.

Good luck!

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