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Re: Edward P. Loring's book LORING GENEALOGY
Posted by: Linda Attaway (ID *****2924) Date: April 01, 2006 at 14:32:06
In Reply to: Re: Edward P. Loring's book LORING GENEALOGY by Wade Collier of 517

Thank you. My library does have access to Heritage Quest. I have a small update that Edward did in 1988 for my line, descendants of Frederick Loring from France. Several of us have been working to find the French connection. The lore is that he came here with Lafayette, and my French contact informed me there were 120,000 French participants in the mission. I believe the first Loring Geneology was done by James Milton Loring of St. Louis, Missouri in 1891 which I have not seen. James Milton was the grandson of Frederick. I saw on the net a cd, but no one has responded with information. I am forever grateful to Edward for his dedication to the Loring family.

Linda Attaway


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