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Surname Saturday - 12/15/2012
Hunsinger - GENERATION 1 1. Cynthia Ann BEANE was born in New Albany, Floyd Co., IN. She was the daughter of 2. Walter Maxwell BEANE and 3. Lois Velleda DREHER. She married Johnnie Lee HENRY in Covington, Alleghany Co., VA, son of Joseph Wright HENRY and Betty Louise Rotge. He was born in San Antonio, Bexar Co, TX.       GENERATION 2 2. Walter Maxwell BEANE was born in Waiteville, Monroe County, WV. He was the son of 4. John Monroe BEAN and 5. Mary Elizabeth FAUDREE. He married Lois Velleda DREHER in Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. 3. Lois Velleda DREHER was born in Georgetown, FLoyd Co., IN. She was the daughter of 6. Henry Condar DREHER Jr. and 7. Irene Caroline BANET.     GENERATION 3 6. Henry Condar DREHER Jr. was born on 31 Dec 1902 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky. He died on 17 May 1977 in Indiana. He was the son of 12. Henry Condar DREHER and 13. Josephine Sophie Benzel. He married Irene Caroline BA...

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Replied - 04/27/2013
Do you know the origin of your surname? Our family's surname is Henry. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about the surname HENRY: Henry  is an  English  male  given name  and a  surname , borrowed from  Old French , originally of Germanic origin ( Haimirich ) from the elements haim (“‘home’”) and ric (“‘ruler’”). Equivalents in other languages are  Henrik  (Scandinavian),  Heinrich  ( German ),  Eanruig  ( Scots Gaelic ), Anraí ( Irish ),  Enrico  (Italian),  Henri  (Modern French),  Enrique  (Spanish),  Henrik  (Hungarian),  Henryk  (Polish), Henning (Swedish) and  Henrique  (Portuguese). Although hubby has not done a DNA study yet, hopefully soon, we know from research that his earliest known Henry ancestor was from Scotland. As was probably my paternal family line, Bean . My maternal family line, Dreher. What about family?

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