Ann – meaning: Favored, Grace
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Have decided those people who like my post on the Generations cafe group, I will come to visit their blog and leave a comment.
I wonder why her name is Tamer Anna Payton? Where did the Tamer came from? That might make it difficult to find her birth.
One of the problems I found about direct relatives being named after each other is that they often then get known by their second name, making it harder to find them in newspaper articles or their name gets abbreviated. Have you found this as well?
Thank you for stopping by. Tamer was a family name, her grandmother’s I believe. And the name changes do make it harder to research. I have found this to be true especially while researching my French Canadian roots.Still, I can’t complain too much, for the Church has maintained wonderful records.
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