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Re: Historical Notes on the Pitchlynns
Posted by: Bob Curry (ID *****4076) Date: May 08, 2005 at 21:59:03
In Reply to: Re: Historical Notes on the Pitchlynns by Pat Dampier of 252

Yes, I have information that states that John Pitchlynn was interpeter during the time of George Washington. He was appointed by George Washington. You can do a Pitchlynn search on the internet and find some of this in the congressional records of the American States papers. There should also be other writings on the internet which indicate the John was interpreter during the time of George Washington as president. Thanks. Bob


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