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Re: DAVID WILLDEN colored , b. 1840
Posted by: carol warren (ID *****7634) Date: July 31, 2011 at 11:12:32
In Reply to: Re: DAVID WILLDEN colored , b. 1840 by Kathleen Burgar of 3761

Hi Kathleen,
Thank you again; I am convinced that this DAVID is the
SAME as the FPC found in Upper Penn's Neck, NJ.
I continue to work w/33 various spellings of the surname,
and have yet to confirm ANY of it, but am convinced there
is an RI connection and a connection to my SC line!
Oh, to hear from ANY kin for ANY info!
Please see Burdette's post here as there is a clue to a
ggranddaughter but I have yet to find that info.
Kathleen, know that you have been so helpful to me, and
am most grateful for all of this; this line is indeed a
challenge but so fascinating.
Most gratefully,
carol.


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