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From: "Rick J" <>
Subject: Re: Surnames searches
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 22:47:02 GMT
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"Free Genealogy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Well, the name has been Taulman since at least the later part of the
> The name was one of the first 300 surnames to come to USA from
> They ended up in Ohio and Indiana. I have only been able to trace them
> 1900 when Kirk Taulman shows in the 1900 Census Jennings Co Vernon
> Twnshp/City Indiana - living with wife, Gertie and sons, William
> (3yrs old) and Albert (1 yrs old).
Interestingly the name doesn't appear at all in 1881 Census, but
Ancestry.com say they have 25 occurrences in just the portion of the
1891 so far indexed.