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From: The Gauss Family <>
Subject: Verner & Verner's Bridge
Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 20:00:36 -0800
Does anyone know anything about Verner's Bridge? I'm working on my
VERNER line and received info this bridge is located in County Armagh &
crosses the Blackwater on it's way to Lough Neah in the Townland of
So far, my oldest VERNER is Jacob b. abt 1749, d 09 Aug 1827,
Allegheny, PA. Spouse unknown, had 13 children.
Jacob's ancestors originally came from Musselburgh, Scotland from abt
1332. Then to Edinburgh in 1428, where a John VERNER was a burgess
(what's that?) . Then 1659 to Twinland of Drumskea Parish of Drummore,
Barony of Lower Evagh, County Downs, Ireland. Then crossed the Irish
Sea to Verner's Bridge Station. There is also mention of a their
mansion called "Churchill" which is 2 mi from this bridge.
I'd appreciate any comments.
San Diego, CA
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