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Re: Missing sisters, Eunice and Naomi Covey, OHIO
Posted by: DAVID LADELY (ID *****5113) Date: February 10, 2011 at 03:55:45
In Reply to: Missing sisters, Eunice and Naomi Covey, OHIO by candace longley of 3021

I have been researching this family, especially where it pertains to the Duncombe family, which I have traced to the 1200s in England. I have the family history on as The Ladely Family and collateral lineages, with about 50,000 individuals.

I am interested in sharing information. I have been trying to locate the name of Alfred Hall Duncombe's brush factory, and possible records of sale, etc. when he retired. Very interesting story of how a lot of money affects some people!
email: DaveLadely!

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