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Re: Hunter/Vanzant Connection
Posted by: Craig Hunter Date: August 04, 2000 at 12:48:04
In Reply to: Hunter/Vanzant Connection by Rick Hunter of 2287

Hi Rick in searching for more on my roots I
started with Sommerset Co. Pa. where I know
my Ggrandfather to have lived. I found mention in a History of Ursina Pa. a Joseph
A.T. of Bucks Co. and one of his sons named
Napoleon B. An 1880 census lists him as 54
so his birthdate is in 1826. The write up on
Ursina mentions he arrived in 1872 and that
Napoleon is buried at Harpers Ferry having
died of illness during "the late war".
Hope you find this helpfull.


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