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Re: Sam Twing - m. Minnie Kinney
Posted by: Jathan Pfeifle (ID *****0839) Date: December 02, 2003 at 23:18:43
In Reply to: Sam Twing - m. Minnie Kinney by Ben Worden of 7

Dear Mr. Worden,

Samual Alvin Twing (Sam Twing) who married Minnie E. Kinnie on March 19, 1888, was the brother of my mother's grandfather, Charles Samuel Twing. The parents of Samuel and Charles were Samuel Josephus Thwing (Twing)--he dropped the "h" from his surname-- and Julia Sabrina Beckley.

I have much more information on Samuels ancestors as this is my direct line, taking the line back to 1635, when the first Thwing came over to America in 1635 on the ship "The Susan and Ellen," arriving in Boston. I could also give you more information on Sam and Minnie's children and their descendants. (I am in the process of trying to update a genealogy on the Thwing family which was written back in 1883, and would love to receive any information of interest or relating to the line. If you would like more information I would be happy to email it to you at the folowing address (jspfeifle@hotmail.com) Take care and thanks in advance for any informaiton you may be willing or able to provide.

Jathan Pfeifle


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