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Subject: why didn't I ask

diana (curious...now)
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Date Posted: 10:28:57 10/17/07 Wed
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hi, as a child I heard there was Native American somewhere in our ancestry...now that I'm working on ancestry for my grown children and grand-children, there is no one left to ask. What I remember is, it's on my grand-father's side. His last name was Graham, his parents were F.J. Graham and Cora Milyina Miller, both from Butler Co., Pa.. I wished I had asked then. I don't know anymore than this. I have all the info for the Miller lineage but nowhere is it mentioned. Any help would be appreciated. thanks!

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