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Re: East Coast Suppliers of the Past

  • Subject: Re: East Coast Suppliers of the Past
  • From: Carolyn drsnooks@buffnet.net
  • Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 05:27:32 -0400

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Dorcas is a very respectable name for a female. Was sort of popular in
the 19th Century, at least in rural New York State. I have more than one
relative of that name. Even Dorcas Brigham sounds familiar... need to look
on the charts!
<p>Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>
<pre>The name Dorcas Brigham brought up a few pelargonium pages with
scented plants hybridized by a person with that name - is Dorcas male or
female do you think?</pre>

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