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Minturns

M. Malcolm (View posts)
Posted: 21 Feb 2000 4:00PM GMT
my grandmother's maiden name was Minturn. I am having trouble finding origin of the family name and history. We do exist and some of us live in Texas, Kansas, and Florida
If any one has any information on the family please contact me

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Minturn Wright (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jun 2000 10:20AM GMT
"Minturn" is, as I recall, an Old English term meaning "house/place where mint grows"; the shipping family had roots in England.

I may be related

Mark Komarisky (View posts)
Posted: 6 Oct 2000 3:58PM GMT
Hi I lived in florida. I'm from auburn NY and my grandmother was minturn. we go to the minturn familly reunion every july I't is tons of fun!

Minturns

Megan MalcolmVanBuren (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2000 3:38PM GMT
Hi! I got your message. What is your granmothers name? My granmother's name was Edith Minturn Kampmeier. She died in 1977. She was born in Kansas City, Kansas and lived here until her death. If you have any info or if this rings a bell with anyone in your family please do not hestiate to contact me. Thank You

Looking for Mother

Judy Tyler (View posts)
Posted: 6 Feb 2001 8:30AM GMT
My mother's maiden name was Minturn, Lorraine/Loraine. It is possible her father's name was William Minturn. She married a Carson and I was born Helen Marie Carson in Denver Colorado, July 21, 1940. If anyone has any information it would be appreciated.
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