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Re: Thomas Norris w/Claiborne
Posted by: C. Norris Harrison (ID *****5598) Date: October 29, 2006 at 16:11:07
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Norris w/Claiborne by Frank Locke of 362

My mother's monograph is based on Major Davis's researches, but also, after the eighth generation, on her own and my aunt's. Your information agrees with what I know, but I did not know of those Norrises who remained in Talbot County (Were some residing in what later became Queen Anne's County?). The line obviously did not completely die out locally, as you are descended through the female side, are you not? I do not believe any of the Norrises of Easton are in any way related, unless you have other information.


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