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Re: Yerex/Yerxa/Jurckse webpage
Posted by: Linda Williamson Date: April 05, 1999 at 14:36:16
In Reply to: Yerex/Yerxa/Jurckse webpage by Debra Parminter of 166

Bin there - very good listing of the New Brunswick Branch. Of the family that came through Sorel, Quebec (UELs) in 1778 =/-, the surname spelling became Yerex and Yourex. Also sometimes changed to other variations - Yeurex, Yorks, Yorkes, Yerkes - watch this spelling as there were Pennsylvania Dutch who came from Germany in and around 1745 that also used this spelling, not related to us.

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/i/l/Linda-G-Williamson/

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