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Re: Johann Drum in New York in the 1700s
Posted by: Peter Drum Date: December 25, 1999 at 11:57:30
In Reply to: Re: Johann Drum in New York in the 1700s by William Drum of 444

I think that the last Drum that we shared was Johann, but good to see other Drums out there!

Yes, I think that Johann (and his whole family at the time) moved to North Carolina. Philip served in the Revolution as a volunteer from Alexander County N.C. I am unsure of Johann's later children, but my guess is that he had many. I think that Philip had 16 children through three marriages!


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