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From: "Free Genealogy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Surnames searches
Date: Fri, 08 Aug 2003 05:10:15 GMT
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THANK YOU! Another great LEAD! Had not looked at the 1891 in a while!
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"Rick J" <> wrote in message
> "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.
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