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Re: TX and GA Pamplins
Posted by: Donna Mayer Date: April 18, 2001 at 16:34:52
In Reply to: Re: TX and GA Pamplins by Chris Pamplin of 234

Chris, I started researching my mother's ancestor's in LA at the Leesville Library in 1998. One of the Librarians told me about the Pamplin and Connections Books. My grandfather Henry Author Jeane's ancestor James Monroe Jean was married to Louisa Pamplin. The one I was able to look at was written by Lily May Pamplin. I was wondering just how far the family history has gone now. And what are the "Scamps of Bucksnort"? I didnt get to see that part.


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