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Re: The Mungle family..
Posted by: Brian K. Mungle Date: May 02, 2000 at 22:04:14
In Reply to: Re: The Mungle family.. by Danny Holt of 93

Thank you for the information on Andrew and his father. I am sending the information to other family members and the will let me know if this is the same Andrew. I have also found someone with the last name Mungall that has family named Mungle this is a copy of the E-mail he sent to me maybe this helps you as well.

I also have been collecting information about the Mungall name. I have managed to trace my family to 1762 to a Joseph Mungle. The name seems to be interchangeable through time. This early contact is connected with the village of Torphirchen in the central belt of Scotland near Bathgate. I have a quite detailed tree, which you are welcome to see. There appears to be link with the USA with members associated with Florida / Cleveland and other areas.
I have become stuck at 1762 even after checking records for the three surnames in the Scottish records office via the Internet

I have asked for a copy of his family tree and anymore information he has. I also gave him this site and http://www.geocities.com/rae8548/

so he can take alook and see if any of your information will help him.

Thank you again and hope to talk to you soon

Brian K. Mungle


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