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Re: Kerrs, 1800s, Washington Co. area
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo Date: January 07, 2000 at 21:29:50
In Reply to: Kerrs, 1800s, Washington Co. area by Ted Kerr of 65481

Since you have found Monroe on census records, how about narrowing down that hundred year time span of "1800s", by giving an approximate birth year for him. In what state was he born? I have a Southern Pierce line, and even after the surname marries out, Pierce pops up as a middle name. Do you have anything on Mary and Arthur? Crozier is less common, and although he isn't your direct line, if we can place all three surnames in same location, it might help to narrow down your research.


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