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Re: Matilda de Mumby and Robert De Wycliffe II
Posted by: Thelma Sorenson (ID *****6084) Date: July 24, 2005 at 19:22:16
In Reply to: Re: Matilda de Mumby and Robert De Wycliffe II by Glenda Jean Tremewan of 283

Glenda, I understand the difference now, thanks. I find the Kincheloe, Wycliffe/Wickliffe and connecting families very confusing. I am of those lines and when I try to understand all the various spouses marrying into them, along with locations and their parent's titles of old, well, for me, it is difficult. I have read and re-read various research's notes, documents and pages from family books attached to these family names and I just get more confused. Right now I have mixed up members in my McConnell line and honestly don't think I'll ever understand where I went wrong! Anyway, I appreciate your answer. Thelma

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