Re: Asone #general


Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Thu, 23 Feb 2006 18:54:25 UTC, Seg420@aol.com opined:

Following up on the "wild idea" that "Asone" is really "As one"...see who is
above them on the list---maybe they were traveling with another family and
got listed under that family name.
That would be a more convincing explanation were it not for the fact
that there are families listed in the JRI databases bearing the
unusual name ASONE. If only out of curiosity, it would be interesting
to know what is the origin of this surname.

I have to agree with all the other possibilities people have listed, too.
I've had several of those happen in my genealogical history.

Good luck!
Susi Godfrey
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