Candy Bolster Copeland Family Home PageUpdated September 5, 2000
Candy G. Copeland
1118 Temple Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90804-3722
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|Researching: BOLSTER: in States of Montana Fort Belknap Assiniboine Tribe and Washington State 1800s to present.
DAVIS/DAVIES: CA, CO, PA, Glamorgan Co., So. Wales 1833-Present.
PETMECKY/PETMECKI: 1710 Limburg, Germany, 1843 Weisbaden Germany, CO, and CA. To present.
PENSONEAU, PENSONNEAU, PINSONNEAU: 1644 Saintonge, France, Quebec, Canada, Cahokia, Ill., Kansas, OK 1839-1970, CA to present.
OBERGFELL: 1833 Dukedom of Baden, Germany, CO, Delta Co. CO, CA 1958.
Toombs: Chouteau MT, Assiniboine Tribe of Fort Belknap MT 1860s to 1930s.
CONING: 1730s Limburg, Germany.
CANOLES: 1880s Mexico, Absentee Shawnee Tribe, OK.
CAVELIER: 1600s Normandie France.
DUGAS: 1600s France, 1659-1700s Quebec, Canada.
KELL: (KELL, CANOLES, ROSS) Shawnee-Cherokee Tribe, OK 1800s to present.
LECOMPTE: 1720s France, Quebec, Canada, Cahokia, Ill. 1790s -1831.
HELGESON: 1880s MT, Assiniboine Tribe.
HAVARD: 1800s Frenchbach, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan Co., So. Wales.
WILLIAMS: 1800s Glamorgan Co., So. Wales.
NICOLAI: 1800s Limburg & Weisbaden Germany, 1700s Austria.
OBERDECK: 1790s Austria.
MENGES: 1770s Limburg, Germany.
KONZ/KUNZ: 1790s to 1800s Limburg, Germany.
WEIL: 1750s Limburg, Germany.
CLAYBOURNE/CLAYBURN: 1870s Saguache Co., CO.
BOURDEAU: 1600s France, 1730s Quebec, Canada.
BOURASSA: 1600S Poitou, France, 1650s-1700s Quebec, Canada.
LEFEBVRE: 1600s France, Quebec, Canada.
LEBER: (LE PER) 1616 Normandie, France, 1660s Quebec, Canada.
TESTARD: 1600s Normandie, France, Quebec, Canada.
GODEFROY: early 1600s Normandie France.
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