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Robert Funderburk II

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Robert C. Funderburk II
Born 1960s.
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Brother of [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 16 Jul 2020 | Last significant change: 23 Sep 2020
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Hello Robert,

Been thinking about this and it seems best to give you trusted list for your MATERNAL connections . . . of varying surnames. The paternal McManuses I'd like to work on myself. They have not been cleaned up and I would just be passing on a LOT of work for you. I have not worked on the McManus daughters as diligently and it would be easier to share them with you. Why don't you ask for the females, clean it up, I'll check it and then you can request another. One or two at a time, trust me, will be better! With time maybe we can do more quicker. Thanks for being interested! Barbara


Sounds like a better idea. I would like to help.


posted by Robert Funderburk II
Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz, Robert!

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Sources are very important here on Wikitree, especially on Pre-1700 profiles. It is how we show where we got the info and helps others find it too. Find out more about Pre-1700 Profile sourcing here and source citation info here.

The United States project may fit your research focus. If not, use the Pre-1700 Projects list to find other possibilities. Review the project page to learn about resources and guidelines as well as how to collaborate with the project members.

If you have any questions, click “reply” below this message and I will get back to you.

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posted by Peggy Watkins
Hey Robert,

I give up! I changed JQ's name to Quincy. You are right, there are even more kids who say it was so.. . . so that is what it is, the kids win :) Thought you'd like to know. B

No worries, Barbara, Genealogy is turning out to be one of those disciplines where truth is stranger than fiction.

Your cousin,


posted by Robert Funderburk II
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posted by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
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