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John A Gwinn
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  • Aiken, SC
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Gwynn and variants from Wales

From Wales to Gwynn's Island, VA and throughout the US. Gwynn, Gwinn, Gwin, Guin, Guinn, Gwynne, Wynne
Oct 25, 2021

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Gwinn, Gwin, Guinn, Guin, Gregory, Spangler, Ferguson, Eskew, Leathers, Costa
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Beginning Family History Researcher
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Adding new spelling to family line.....

Posted on April 17, 2010 at 8:43pm 0 Comments

Found this spelling to be widely used in South Carolina.
Made the connection through local solicitor, Mary Guynn, who has traced the family name to GWYNNS ISLAND, VA.
So, will include this version in future searches.
*John A Guynn, CSA from Texas
*William J Guynn, CSA from Texas

Future fare

Posted on March 23, 2010 at 4:06pm 1 Comment

A modern woman is explaining to her little girl about pictures in the family
photo album.
"This is the geneticist with your surrogate mother and here's your sperm
donor and this is your father's clone. This is me holding you when you
were just a frozen embryo. And the lady with the very troubled look on
her face is your aunt, a genealogist."

Stome cutters Art

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 8:16pm 0 Comments

· The term "relict" on a tombstone means that the woman was a widow at the time of her death.

· The term "consort" on a tombstone means that her husband survived her.

· The term "cenotaph" engraved on a tombstone indicates an empty grave, with the stone erected in honor or memory of a person buried elsewhere (often erected in honor of a person lost at sea or in war)


· Arches - victory in death

· Arrows - mortality

· Bouquets, Flowers -… Continue

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At 6:01pm on January 27, 2010, Judith Anne Guinnn Brumm said…
Are you related to the OK Guinns?


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