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Re: country of origin
Posted by: Ellen Julian Date: August 14, 2001 at 18:51:16
In Reply to: Re: country of origin by Soosi Day of 38

The first NJ location I have is Flemington, NJ for Henry Parse, 1825-1887. For several generations after that, I show Flemington as both birth place and burial. I have pictures of the Parse gravestones in Flemington. It's his grandfather, Felix, that I show born in Scotland (abt 1770), and immigrated to NJ, but have no more information than that. I am not aware of any Canadian or Dakotas links.


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