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Scott Quimby

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Scott Quimby
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Why are Hoxie-81 and Hoxsie-19 still waiting to be merged? They are the same person. The father and mother did not have two children named Mary married to the same person,
posted by [Living Brannan]
Hi Scott,

I've been doing our family tree (Spooners). If I'm correct, our family goes back to a William Spooner born in Leiden, Holland 1637 and ended up in Mass. All this is new to me as I have just started. I've found some great info on this site.

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posted by M. (Stewart) H.
Hello, I'm Scott and I'd love to help with any info I can. My family is mostly now in the Midwest we but started our American experience on the Mayflower and on the gallows after a witch trial. We lost our lives in the early Indian wars, fought in the Revolution,starved to death at Andersonville and pioneered the prairies of Indiana, Kansas, South Dakota and Nebraska. It's nice to be here.
posted by Scott Quimby
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