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Re: Trueblood/Native American Connection
Posted by: Bob Stokley (ID *****2152) Date: May 02, 2012 at 06:33:12
In Reply to: Trueblood/Native American Connection by S Simeone of 402

Hope you aren't too disappointed to find that John Trueblood and his wife Agnes Fisher Trueblood are traced back to English Quakers, not the Miami-Delaware tribe. John and Agnes arrived in Albemarle County (now Pasquotank, NC) about 1682. The name Trueblood leads some to assume there is an Indian connection but it is a surname derived from English sources. Again, hope you aren't too disappointed.


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