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Re: Troths of the world
Posted by: Anthony Troth Date: May 07, 2001 at 18:52:03
In Reply to: Re: Troths of the world by Nicholson Hollingworth of 136

Nick, I can certainly get dads birth certificate. He and his brothers were raised at Monteagle (near Murringo, just out of young) by his grandmother (I only remember her as "Ninna", though she was a nichols rather than a troth)His nickname was "tiges" and he is still well known around the older generation of Young (he is 70 now). He went to Young High where he met my mother Joy Williams. We still return to Young regularly as my grandmother now in her nineties still lives there.


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