[private son (1970s - unknown)] and
[private son (1970s - unknown)]
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- First-hand information. Entered by Sherry Miller at registration.
- Birth 11 Nov 1951 • Sibley Hosp., District of Columbia, USA. Born to Bond Joseph Browning and Shirley Browning. Maiden name Talbert. First marriage Richardson. Browning 2nd marriage.
- Adoption 1953 • Washington, District of Columbia, USA. Adopted by George Meister Sindelar sometime in 1953. This was a closed adoption and there are no documents. Adopted when I was about 14 months old. Bond Joseph Browning gave up his rights to me.
- U.S., Obituary Collection, 1930-Current Father: Joseph Browning. Publication Date: 9/ May/ 2007; Publication Place: Elkins, West Virginia, USA; URL: 
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- Thomas Browning was born 1846. One census states born in Atlantic, another states Canada, another England. He is my ggfather. I can not find any info of his coming into American from Canada except the appox. date of 1860 on a census. He ended up in Washington DC. I've noticed a dna cousin has a different tree she added to him. I don't agree with this linkage. The dates, names do not add up. Someone please help me. I would really appreciate it. Sherry
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