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Re: Ralph Albert (Bert) Pellet, Port Orange, FL
Posted by: Jewell Crain (ID *****7911) Date: November 09, 2007 at 10:30:12
In Reply to: Re: Ralph Albert (Bert) Pellet, Port Orange, FL by Ted E. Johnson of 117

Hi Ted! If you will E-mail me at Crain1932@aol.com,
I will copy everything that I have and send them to you.
I would like a copy of the Pellett home and whatever ?
Whenever you go to the library, you might want to go to
the Historical Museum, too. There is a large folder about
Doris Botefuhr's father, John H. L. Botefuhr. His 1st wife
and daughters were the 3rd family to settle on Daytona Bch.
in 1869. His 2nd wife was my great-grandmother. Doris was my grandmother. She died in 1934, 2 yrs. before I was born.
I really like doing geneology! Did you know that the Pellett's have been traced back to the Mayflower? William
Bradford, the 2nd governor of Plymouth, married Alice
Carpenter in 1623 and a descendent of them, Jerusha Bradford
M. a Pellett. Doris's mother, Fanna Carpenter, was a descendent of William Carpenter B.1605, Alice's nephew or
cousin. Hope this didn't bore you!


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