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Re: Modglin, Modgley, Maldesley, Maultsby
Posted by: betty j. modglin Date: October 13, 2001 at 15:48:39
In Reply to: Modglin, Modgley, Maldesley, Maultsby by James W. Petty, AG, CGRS of 215

james i want you to know you made my day, this is great. my husband was decended from truman.so many people think newman and truman were the same person, but my sons and i didn't think so.i found in a book that the names, strangeman, truman, newman and freeman were all english surnames.do you think they are scottish? can't wait to hear more on the modglin's. thanks again from these modglins.


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