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From: "Free Genealogy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Surnames searches
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 22:22:33 GMT
References: <melYa.57630$It4.email@example.com> <J2DEbVAIDsM$EwGs@varneys.demon.co.uk>
Well, the name has been Taulman since at least the later part of the 1800's.
The name was one of the first 300 surnames to come to USA from Holland.
They ended up in Ohio and Indiana. I have only been able to trace them to
1900 when Kirk Taulman shows in the 1900 Census Jennings Co Vernon
Twnshp/City Indiana - living with wife, Gertie and sons, William Taylor
(3yrs old) and Albert (1 yrs old).
There were other children later, Mabel, Minnie, Blanch and Ralph (I found
him in an Illinois census record and also on the SSDI)
Several years ago I spoke to the Holland Association and they said that
'TALLMAN' was one of the first 300 surnames to enter the USA but they really
had little they could offer other than that.
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"Eve McLaughlin" <> wrote in message
> In article <melYa.57630$>, Totally
> FREE Genealogy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
> >I am searching for surnames - TAULMAN, LEE and STEPHENS. Any information
> >these surnames would be greatly appreciated.
> Are you sure Taulman isn't really Taubman?
> Eve McLaughlin
> Author of the McLaughlin Guides for family historians
> Secretary Bucks Genealogical Society
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