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RE: The Quatremains of Oxfordshire

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Or maybe church records of her baptism or marriage?
Many family bibles have family names written inside the front cover? 

-----Original Message-----
From: John S. Quarterman [mailto:jsq@matrix.net]
Sent: 05 July 2000 10:35
To: quarterman@matrix.net
Subject: Re: The Quatremains of Oxfordshire 

>Paulette you need to talk to John. You need to find a copy of her birth
>certificate as a birth record will normally give you the parents names!
>John wasn't there someone else asking about a Valentine Quarterman,
>last year?


There are numerous Quarterman families represented on this list.
Most likely many of them are related somehow, but in most cases
we don't know how.

Maybe eventually we will find out.

However, a birth certificate for someone born in 1810 is going to be hard
to come by; those weren't all that common back then in this country, nor
were they all preserved.

Census records are another possibility.

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