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Re: Dinah Talcott m. Asa Gifford
Posted by: Dave Tylcoat Date: December 05, 2000 at 09:57:59
In Reply to: Re: Dinah Talcott m. Asa Gifford by nette talcott of 363

Hi Nette,

No I haven't. I assume that it would be someone from the USA returning to the USA from Sweden??? The Talcott spelling died out in England in the mid 1700s - but of course, somebody could have gone to Sweden from here before that - but I don't have any record. I did come across a German woman with the surname Tilcut (on an Internet book list) but my attempts to contact her were not successful. I have documented nearly 100 spellings for *our* family so far - they are on my website at /spelling.htm if you are interested. If you do find any Swedish connection I would certainly be interested in hearing about it.

All the best,


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