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Re: CRAVENS vs CRAVEN
Posted by: Paul B. Hale Date: October 28, 2001 at 13:12:44
In Reply to: CRAVENS vs CRAVEN by Veronica Craven of 706

There is a connection. When some of the "clan" left the old country and arrived at the new country, they added the "S" as the original name was Craven derived from "Crauen". If you look at the German handwriting, a "U" looks like a "V". Hope this helps.



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