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Re: Templeton
Posted by: Madelyn Templeton (ID *****2766) Date: June 04, 2003 at 07:07:24
In Reply to: Re: Templeton by Janis Templeton Trayler of 67

Thanks Janis.....I've got a copy of LB's book and it's full of info and lacking a lot.I know our six came into Port of Charles Town, SC., and settled in Laurens County 1770-1772, but the brick wall is exactly what date, where from in Ireland, who were their parents, what happened to their parents, two small boys (John & Robert 4-6 & 8-10 yrs. old) and were they all brothers & sisters? Were there other brothers/sister? I know the answers are there....somewhere. And, which line are you from?

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