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From: Roberta Smith <>
Subject: [VB] Newcomer, Mark Van Scoter
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 09:06:15 -0400


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From: "Van Scoter Andrew" <>
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Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 02:13:01 -0700
Subject: {not a subscriber} RE: [VB] Newcomer, Mark Van Scoter
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Mark,
did you work for Texas Instruments before???
I think I have found several articles mentioning your name.........

Andrew Van Scoter (The voice from Europe)

> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent:Sonntag, 27. Mai 2001 00:26
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> Subject:RE: [VB] Newcomer, Mark Van Scoter
>
> I will be seeing my father next week and ask him if it all makes any
> sense.
> Will report back.
>
> Mark V.S. in Austin, TX
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roberta Smith [mailto:]
> Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2001 9:25 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [VB] Newcomer, Mark Van Scoter
>
>
> Welcome to the VB list J. Mark Van Scoter of Austin Texas!
>
> A thank you to Dawn for researching some information for you from the
> book.
>
> You mentioned you had downloaded the gedcom from Todd's site.
> If you go to the LDS site on the internet: http://www.familysearch.org
> you can download their FREE genealogy program called Personal Ancestral
> File.
> The gedcom will work with that program.
>
> I found an Earl Van Scoter listed on page 612 of the 800+ page Van
> Benschoten genealogy who was born 8-26-1896 son of Thomas E. V (B)
Scoter
> andMartha Jacobs and also an Albert (twin) b. 2-20-1857 the son of
Elias
> V. (B) Scoter and Jane M. Foote.
> Do either of these sound familiar to you? Do the dates seem to work?
>
> I was born a Van Benschoten, but many of our extended family have
> variations of the name. For instance, the Van Scoter variation was
> founded by Anthony Van Scoter b. 10-12-1746. The Van Scoten line was
> founded by Cornelius Van Benschoten bp. 6-7-1841. Joshua Van Bunschoten
> on page 724 retained the original spelling. Did you know our family
name
> means "from Bunschoten (the Netherlands)"? We all descend fromTheunis
> Eliasen b. 11-11-1643 in Bunschoten, the Netherlands.
>
> The 800+ page Van Benschoten genealogy reprint is now available. Cost
$50
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> in their roots the special 5 books for $200 is the way to go. The book
> was just reprinted last year in a beautiful dark blue binding and
> contains a rich heritage of our family.
>
> Bobbie VB Smith
> VB List Administrator
>
>
>
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