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From: Linda Sutton <>
Subject: Re: [GLENN] Hi Glenns!
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 09:04:36 -0700 (PDT)
Welcome. Don't think I can be of much help to you. My
Glenn's are IRE (1600s - 1700s), PA (1700s), KY
(1790-1800s), IN (1800s), IL (1800s), NE (1800s),
World (1900s-current). But I am sure that there are
plenty of people on this list that can be of
On another note I am an alumi of Omaha Central class
--- Paul Christian Glenn <>
> Hello, folks! New listmember here. I thought I'd
> introduce myself and ask a few questions. Please
> forgive me if
> I commit any faux paus, or if there is some other
> place I should be looking for answers.
> My name is Paul Christian Glenn, and I live in
> Omaha, Nebraska (well, not quite - I live in
> Fremont, Nebraska,
> just outside of Omaha).
> I have recently become interested in my lineage and
> the Glenn name specifically. I found this list via
> This is what I think I know about my family (it's
> very sketchy):
> - There was a John Glenn who lived in PA, apparently
> around the turn of the century.
> - He evidently moved to Ohio and had a son named
> Adoniram Judson Glenn.
> - The family then moved to Iowa.
> - Adoniram had a son named Charles Judson Glenn.
> - Charles moved to Minnesota and had a son called
> Robert Charles Glenn.
> - Robert came to Omaha and had a son called Richard
> Neil Glenn (my dad).
> - My dad had me, Paul Christian Glenn.
> I'm wondering if anyone knows anything about any of
> these Glenns, or if someone could give me some
> about how to start looking. I'm new to all this, and
> I don't really know how one traces one's lineage.
> It's great to know there is a community of Glenns
> out there! I'm pleased to meet you all.
> Paul Christian Glenn
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