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Re: Origin of the surname Pouncey
Posted by: Charlie Ribron (ID *****6091) Date: December 29, 2008 at 03:31:11
In Reply to: Re: Origin of the surname Pouncey by Steve Kirby of 245

The information came from the oldest family bible that my cousin Delilah Maria has. We think it's about 120 years old and she inherited it from my great grandmother Susan (Townsend) Ribron, and the names and dates are in the same hand writing down to Susan Townsend. The reason we say about 1700 is there is only 3 numbers in the year that we can read (born in 170 Scotland).
Hope you had a great Christmas, and you'll have an even better New Year.

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