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From: maryann null <>
Subject: Re: [YEARGIN] and. yewren
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2010 08:00:50 -0800 (PST)
I have not seen that spelling but have seen a dozen others so that could well be the same clan. I agree with you, Andrew Yeargain was probably born here, I vote for Warwick Co., Va. In 1704 there was a widow Yorgen, I think she had a son John who had a daughter Patience in 1724 in York Co,. Va. I tend to think John was also the father of : Edward, John, Samuel, James and Andrew Yargen. there is solid evidence of these men but not if they are brothers, which I think they are, or who their father was. I corresponded with descendents of Thomas & Samuel but none of us could get further back. Mary Ann
--- On Sat, 11/27/10, Mildred Starr <> wrote:
From: Mildred Starr <>
Subject: [YEARGIN] and. yewren
Date: Saturday, November 27, 2010, 8:22 PM
I continue to think that Andrew Yergain [any spelling] was probably descended from the several Yergins that were already in Virginia before his birth.
I have stumbled on a strange name and wonder if someone on this list has determined the correct name for this person.
In a list of persons who were transported before 1690 is a person who name is given as:
I have not been able to find any person bearing the name Yewren.
If anyone has investigated this persons correct identity I would appreciate hearing from you.
I suspect I am whistling in the wind, but feel that until I have gotten an answer to his correct ID I am not through.
Any help is most appreciated.
My line comes down through Benjamin, Mark Morgan, Nancy Morgan.
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