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Re: Catherine Pickle/John Shaw
Posted by: George Drew Date: January 12, 2002 at 07:48:09
In Reply to: Re: Catherine Pickle/John Shaw by Eric pickel of 690

Hi Eric
Thanks for taking time to answer both of my msg. I have quite a bit of information on the Pickle dating back to the early 1700 when they arrived here and settled in the Mohawk Valley of New York. Mostly in and around Stone Arabia. My info places them as part of the Palatines if you are familiar with them?? Have some info on them when they changed name from KILTS, from Germany when arriving and that is where the "line" starts. Do you have in the early 1830-1840 any males with first names of Lancelotte. Mansuette,Henry and Lafayette?? They are four brothers that I have been trying to connect to. Only Canada info I have is John Pickle marring Mary Harrington from Vermont in 1830 and lived around Dunham just above the border from Vermont. Anything sound familiar??


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