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Re: Vivian family in NJ 1800's
Posted by: Tom Date: May 16, 2000 at 00:50:49
In Reply to: Vivian family in NJ 1800's by Jonathan D. Galli, CGRS of 463

Mr Galli,
I am not sure if this info is what you are looking for. I have been told that my Great Grandfather, John Vivian came to the US, from Cornwall, England, sometime in the 1860's, he settled in Nanticoke, PA, eventually married his wife MaryJane Higgins of Wales. They had atleast three children, John (my grandfather), William and Liz or Elizabeth. My Grandfather had three Children, John, William (my Dad) and Katherine. Hope it was helpful.........


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