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Re: Faix
Posted by: Larry Myers (ID *****9935) Date: November 29, 2008 at 08:12:15
In Reply to: Re: Faix by Eva Bartosova of 39

We are most likey cousins because I am related to the Faix family.

If you look at the History part of this, remember the reason for the Lewis and Clark expedition out of Pittsburgh. Remember the families involved from Napolian who sold the land to the US to Albert Gallatin who came up with the money. Then remember Thomas Jefferson who was President at the time who ordered the Expedition headed by Meriwether Lewis.

They just placed a sign at Ft Lafayette in Pittsburgh. It is the place most Historians now feel Meriwether Lewis left Pittsburgh in his brand new boat.


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