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Re: Ref: Boreman/Redfern 1800s England
Posted by: Stephen Boreman (ID *****2355) Date: May 18, 2005 at 13:37:36
In Reply to: Re: Ref: Boreman/Redfern 1800s England by Bruce McLellan of 61

Nice to hear from you. Sorry to report no Zachariah's in our line--but most of the Boremans are actually related one way or another. We lose ours with John in London in about 1750. There is a town in Ohio where about 200 of John's son's descendents moved in the 1800's, so today there are several hundred families of that name in one small area.

The earliest Boreman line I know of is 1630 in Pennsylvania.

Have been told variously we are of Welsh, English or Scottish origin. Wish I knew more.

BTW--our most famous (or infamous) relative is Linda Boreman a.k.a. Linda Lovelace of "Deep Throat" fame. A tragic figure now deceased.

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