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Fishburn: Origin and places
Spelling Variations : FISBURN | FISHBURN | FISCHBORN
Fishburn: Place of Origin :  County Durham (United Kingdom) |  West Yorkshire (United Kingdom) |  North Yorkshire (United Kingdom) |  Lancashire (United Kingdom) |  London (United Kingdom) |  South Yorkshire (United Kingdom)
Fishburn: Family Trees of the Fishburns
FISHBURN Ainderby-Steeple, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1822 - 1844
FISHBURN Bolton-Upon-Swale, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1795 - 1816
FISHBURN Holbeck-Leeds (West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom) 1851 - 1876
FISHBURN St Leonards (East Sussex, England, United Kingdom) 1867 - 1876
FISHBURN Guiseley, West Riding, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1828 - 1836
FISHBURN Leeds, West Riding, Yorkshire (West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom) 1884 - 1897
FISHBURN Silsden, West Riding, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1860 - 1895
FISHBURN Wortley, West Riding, Yorkshire (England, United Kingdom) 1860 - 1900
FISHBURN Yeadon, West Riding, Yorkshire (West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom) 1806 - 1856
FISHBURN Did Not Marry (United Kingdom) 1795 - 1795

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Fishburn: This name appears in the following books
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FISHBURNBiographical annals of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical sketches of prominent men and representative citizens and of the early settled families

... Mary INIagdalena Fishburn, daughter of Philip C. Fishburn, and by her marriage with Mr. Ricker, became the mother of nine ...
FISHBURNBiographical annals of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania : containing biographical sketches of prominent men and representative citizens and of the early settled families

... In her maidenhood she was Mary INIagdalena Fishburn, daughter of Philip C. Fishburn, and by her marriage with Mr. Ricker, ...
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