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Posted by: DEREK PINCKARD Date: January 16, 2002 at 11:28:05
In Reply to: Re: PINCKARD/PINKARD database by pam of 262

Hi Pam,
Try this e-mail address,
Does the E in George E stand for Edmonds?
As you are probably well aware, the earliest Pinckards settled first in Northumberland County, moved to Lancaster and from there branched out across the States. At the time of the marriage of George and Polly there were other Pinkards in Northumberland County, he could have been a son of Cyrus and Alice Pinkard. I must have James notes somewhere or how would I have known the M stood for Marion?
There are not many George Pinkards before this date.
I am interested in all Pinkards from any date and from anywhere so any information will be gratefully received.


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