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Terry Lynn Copeland Home Page

Updated May 18, 2003

I'm currently researching the Copelands, especially the connection to Joseph Copeland, an early settler of East Tennessee. Joseph Copeland came to Jefferson County from North Carolina in the last quarter of the 1700's. My line, if I can prove it, descends as follows: Joseph>Zaccheus (or Zacheus)>Hamilton>Joseph>James Harrison>Nash>David>me.
I'm also looking for the Brockmans (or Brockmanns) on the other side of my family. My grandfather came from the Bremen area in Germany around 1907 and eventually settled in Tennessee. While my search must take me to Germany for his parents, my grandfather had siblings who settled in New York. They were named Henry Brockmann (who married Hannah) and Anna Brockman who married Fred Muller and had a farm on Long Island. My grandfather also had an uncle, Harry Brockman, who settled in California in the mid-1800s.

I'd love to hear from anyone and am willing to share information.
Terry Lynn Copeland

terry_lynn73@hotmail.com

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