Thomas Carnahan

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Thomas Carnahan

Thomas Carnahan was my Great-Grandfather. My brother looks just like him. Would love to hear from relatives of Jimmy, Isaac, Clifton, Dale, Lottie, Stewart etc. We cousins used to get together every summer as children, but went many different ways as we grew older, and lost touch.

Posted by RAK (not verified) on 12 August 2009 - 10:18pm
Descendant of Thomas Carnahan

My name is Richard Carnahan. My grandfather was Isaac and my father was Larry. I live in Kersey PA and would love to meet Thomas' other descendants.

Posted by Richard Carnahan (not verified) on 26 February 2010 - 9:59pm
Richard Leon Carnahan

I am trying to find the above subject. He was born in Honolulu, HI in 1956. Would you possibly be related to him and could tell me where I can get in touch with him or have him contact me at the above email address? It is very important that I talk with this gentleman. Thank you. Robert E. Hottenstein

Posted by Robert E. Hottenstein (not verified) on 1 May 2011 - 9:31pm
Carnahans

Hello,
My name is Brett Carnahan. I am from Hagerstown, MD. My fathers name is Dennis, and his father is Franklin Leon Carnahan, they are from a suburb of Hagerstown, called Sharpsburg, this is where the Battle of Antietem took place. Several generations of Carnahans lived in Sharpsburg. We are also related to the Haupts and the Ottos of Sharpsburg. Unfortunately, I don't know a lot about the Carnahans that came before my grandfather (he is 94). I was told by my uncle, Terry Carnahan of Boonsboro,MD that the family can be traced back to being in MD/PA since the revoltionary war... but I do not know the details. So hello fellow Carnahan, saw your post and thought I would say hello. I imagine we must be related somehow. Take care.
Best Regards,
Brett P. Carnahan

Posted by Brett Carnahan (not verified) on 27 October 2009 - 12:41pm

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