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From: "Jennifer van der Greft" <>
Subject: Re: Surnames searches
Date: Fri, 08 Aug 2003 01:04:43 -0400
I found two explanations for TALMAN in Dutch
TAL MAN = solicitor (this function I see noted from about 1500's and later became also a family name.
TAEL MAN = taal (language) = interpreter
Sorry but I have no info concerning where your Ta(u)lman came from.
Jennifer van der Greft
SALOMON(s)/SOLOMON(s), Isaac - from Hamburg or Europe arrived Ceylon (Sri Lanka) abt 1750s.
BUULTJENS family name in Cleve/Kleefsland/Gelderland and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) after 1746.
"NOOTENBOOM" location in Cleefsland abt 1700 where Willem BUULTJENS (1715-1791) came from.
FISHER, Meir - BIALA (Poland) (1880s-1943)
PUTERMAN, Meir - BIALAPODLASKA (Poland) (1880s-1944)
--------- Original Message ---------
DATE: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 22:22:33
From: "Free Genealogy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>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 <email@example.com> 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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