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Re: George Tweed
Posted by: Diana Chesser Date: February 17, 2002 at 03:38:44
In Reply to: George Tweed by Brent Tweed of 370

George Ray Tweed (1902-1989) a wrote book, "Robinson Crusoe, USN", about his experiences in Guam during World War II. A movie was made based on his book, "No Man is An Island", starring Jeffrey Hunter. George Tweed died in an automobile accident in 1989. George Ray Tweed was the son of Madison Sevier Tweed, Madison Sevier Tweed was the son of Gilbert Tweed & Mahala Tweed. Gilbert Tweed is the son of Thomas Tweed (Thomas is the brother of my ancestor John Tweed) I would be glad share more information on this family. Diana

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