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From: "John Purdy" <>
Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Town of Tryon
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2005 18:57:53 -0500
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Sharon, I live about five miles from Tryon if you need anymore help. John
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Subject: [OK-CEM] Town of Tryon


> I know this isn't exactly having to do with cemeteries; Does anyone know
how
> the town of Tryon, Oklahoma got it's name? I received a packet of family
> history papers from a relative, and at the top of the page was
"Treon/Tryon
> family history" Treon being my gggrandmother's maiden name. I have since
learned
> that distant relatives settled in the area of Tryon Oklahoma. Our family
> being from Pennsylvania, and I now live here in Oklahoma, I would love to
find
> out if my relatives might have named the town!!!! (Another coincidence--my
> husband has an aunt and uncle who now live in Tryon) Thanks for any help!
Sharon
> Blankenship
>
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