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Re: William Wilson Vermillion, NC
Posted by: Jourdan Muse Burke, Jr. Date: February 12, 2000 at 15:29:00
In Reply to: Re: William Wilson Vermillion, NC by Amy Ward of 1041

Amy,

That means that your 5G grandfather was Fleming Burk, Sr.; 6G grandfather was Thomas Burk; 7G grandfather John Burk b 2/27/1720; 8G grandfather Henry Burk b c1698; 9G grandfather Jihn Burk, b1656; and 10G grandfather John Burk b before 1633 in England and was the immigrant who came to Middlesex County, VA in about 1650. They all lived in Middlesex County, VA.


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