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Re: Miller family of Denton county Texas. and more
Posted by: Debbi Edmondson (ID *****0688) Date: April 27, 2002 at 08:00:28
In Reply to: Re: Miller family of Denton county Texas. and more by david niswender of 65429

Hi David...

Thanks for the reply. I can't seem to find a place for the Miller group with my Devereaux bunch for a couple of reasons. My Devereaux's were in the U.S. 100 years before!!! There are some striking resemblances however, my group was here from Ireland and working in the mines at Fincastle. Also Beatrices's younger sister's middle name of Morgan. Morgan was a male and father of a number of of the documented Devereaux clan that came from Ireland. These similarities may just be coincidence, and yet, we may later find out that the American-ized Devereaux bunch stayed in touch with Irish relatives and gave them incentive to come here!!! Anyway, thanks for the reply. We'll hope to find out more. deb-

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