Frankly, I think everyone in this line is a little inbred. Considering that we are all somehow related from the Tonstalls to the Tunstalls to the Tunstills, it would be very easy to marry and have offspring with one of our relatives and not know it. I'm still looking for such a case. I've only just begun searching into my past, and somehow I have a feeling that I'm not exactly going to like everything I see, but I'm impelled to continue forward. I have to keep looking. It is rumored that there was a feud in our past that caused the Tunstill branch. This is my first "pit stop" in my search to trace my past to England. Once I have that tid bit of information, I can then focus on the migration from England to the USA. I want to know why they migrated here, when, who, etc. I know this is going to be a painstaking process, but I cannot help my morbit curiousity. It may take years for me to finally uncover all of this, but I do belive that it would be well worth the effort, and any effort from you or anyone else would be most apreciated.
Athena Renee Tunstill
10800 Cedar Acres Lane
Madison, AL, USA 35756
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