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Re: George-Plank Mayflower Line
Posted by: Alton Gilbert (ID *****8354) Date: April 13, 2007 at 01:01:14
In Reply to: Re: George-Plank Mayflower Line by Julia Clark of 6517

It's possible, but unlikely, the two are closely related. My records of my George ancestry only go back to the late 18th century to Bedford George that was an early pioneer in Tioga County PA. The Mayflower line runs through the wife Laura Plank of John G. George.


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