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Re: where are we from? 19/07/99 England
Posted by: Joyce House-Reeves (ID *****6738) Date: December 08, 2002 at 16:18:42
In Reply to: where are we from? 19/07/99 England by Richard Twiner of 49

Hi Richard,
Until tonight I'd never heard the name Twiner. In looking for my Allen's and Turners in Caswell Co NC 1790, I ran across the names Abram and Joseph Twiner. Thought they might be my Abraham Rogers Turner and his father, Joseph. I know how census takers writing can be very hard to read sometimes. I'm still not sure. I know A.R. Turner md Sarah Black in Caswell Co 1784, so I know he was in the general neighborhood. Just passing this along to you in case they really were Twiners.
Best wishs in finding your origins -- don't forget to check them out -- might have originally been named Turner. Who knows, my Turners might have also been Twiners -- wouldn't that be something !!
Joyce House-Reeves
Oklahoma City, OK


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