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Re: Sprigg/Nuthall - 1600's, Virginia
Posted by: Linda Peper (ID *****5672) Date: January 05, 2010 at 08:43:42
In Reply to: Sprigg/Nuthall - 1600's, Virginia by Melva M. (Girton) Sloan of 126

I am not a member of the Sprigg family but connected to them through the Mullikin Family of Maryland and have Mullikin material in which Sprigg and other families are mentioned. My question is a little different as I would like to know if there was ever a book (FICTION, I BELIEVE) that was written about Sprigg and related families in late 1940's or early 1950's? This was a "book club" book that came through the mail. I remember a book about the Sprigg and other connected families with family charts and lineage inside the cover. At that time I did not know of my connection to these families and believed it to be fiction.

Linda Arnold Peper


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