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Re: origin of Brumbelow name
Posted by: Cliff Hendryx Date: February 08, 2000 at 13:38:33
In Reply to: origin of Brumbelow name by Mary Hargrove Schneilin of 503

Mary, my Brumbelow ancestors were in Anson county, NC in the late 1700's to early 1800's.... Befoore that, I do not know... We may be related somehow, not sure. Isaac BRUMBELOW appears in Anson county, NC in 1760, having bought land from one Jonathan THOMAS. Not sure of the connection, though.
Also, I have no idea of the origin of the name BRUMBELOW. There was a rumor by an aunt that it may have been an indian name, but not sure what tribe.


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