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Re: First Mace in America?
Posted by: J. Koso (ID *****7452) Date: February 14, 2007 at 13:12:41
In Reply to: First Mace in America? by Dawn Hansen of 2149


The surname Mace arrives within the British Colonies quite early. Mine, residing in New Hampshire, is here by the 1670's. The vast majority appear to be English and not French. By the time of the Revolution they are spread throughout the entire coast.

Good hunting.

J. A. Koso

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