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Re: Dr. Phillip Jackson Burrow - little mystery?
Posted by: Tina Vawser (ID *****2327) Date: July 16, 2009 at 21:28:52
In Reply to: Re: Dr. Phillip Jackson Burrow - little mystery? by Constance Peck of 65444

Hi Constance!

Many, Many Thanks for all your assistance! You've helped a lot.

I did find some of these records, but not all. Yes, the Preston you have is mine!

Though I have yet to find any connection to Rube Burrow... Since it was mentioned Rube was an uncle in the course of a conversation when I was around 13 (in the late 1950's), it would seem to have some validity, but no credibility so far.

I haven't followed the Philip J. Burrough back yet, but definitely appears to be G. G'pa.

The spelling changes appear to be at will!!! This is what's throwing me in my searches, but I expect it's all a learning process.

I do know that W.H. Burrow isn't his father nor does he appear as yet to be a relative, in another record, I found the Philip listed with W.H. was actually an Isaac Philip, so not mine.

Surely wish I'd gotten the bug many years ago when I had family to ask! Ah Well, guess that makes for the adventure & discovery!

Again, your help is very appreciated!

Tina


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