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Re: Mustard in Chas., SC-David Mustard
Posted by: chris mustarde (ID *****6273) Date: May 17, 2012 at 14:15:18
In Reply to: Re: Mustard in Chas., SC-David Mustard by Suzette Urick of 214

I thought you wanted info on the Scottish Mustards. Most of what you find on the forums and famly trees has been posted in the past by myself and Harry Mustard of Charlston. I traced my Scottish Mustard's back to 1640 and the name is mentioned in Arbroath Scotland circa late 1500's. I started this research in 2000 and have completed my tree as far as I wish to take it. you are missing 2 of David and Caroline's children. Robert W. Mustard b. 1841 South Carolina. married Margaret Griggs b. 1843 South Carolina. also Clarence Sydney Mustard b. South Carolina 1845. I think Daniel's middle name has been corrupted to Warnuc from missreading of copperplate handwriting in the past. That's what happened to my grandfather. On his birth certificate in elaborate handwriting the end of the D is so stylised it looks like an E but I have seen the actual birth record entry which is plainly Mustard. I have taken out a lot of the American entries as it was getting too big a tree and I was mainly interested in the Scotish side.


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