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Re: Miriam Trueblood (maiden name)
Posted by: Deana Date: July 16, 1999 at 16:05:54
In Reply to: Miriam Trueblood (maiden name) by Howard Symons of 401

I have a Miriam Trueblood b. 1804 and d. 1833. She was dau. of William Trueblood and Margaret Saint. They moved from NC to IN about 1810. The Truebloods and Symons were closely tied in NC. The children of the first Trueblood family in America (John & Agnes) were raised by the Symons family when both parents died in 1692. Their sons John and Amos were both very young. The Miriam listed above is a descendant of Amos Trueblood thru Josiah and then William. The name Symons in IN was sometimes spelled Simmons. Hope this info helps somewhat!! Deana

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