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From: Helen Parsonage <>
Subject: Re: England or Ireland
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 10:53:40 -0700
In article <517k19$>, John Wm Sloniker
> On 9 Sep 1996, minidoll wrote:
> > I have found two instances where living relatives swear that their
> > grandparent(s) or ggrandparent(s) came from England, and according to
> > the 1871 Ontario Census, they came from Ireland.
> > I'm beginning to think that there must have been something 'better'
> > about being from England, at least in Ontario Upper Canada.
> > Does this make sense?
> > Joy in Midland
> > minidoll <>
> Would being from GB or the UK serve as well?
> Unless I name a person, the latter covers my ancestors. They have come
> from the NE, NW, central, and southern areas. However, in years past as
> well as today, there have been disputes.
FYI UK would be fine, but GB does not include Ireland.
What do you mean my Birth Certificate expired?
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