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Subject: Re: [LEADLAY] [PHISH] Leadlay immigration to Canada
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 07:52:56 -0400
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I shall forward your request to my daughter-in-law, Roxanne Leadlay, who
has done a lot of research on the family name.
Good luck
David Leadlay

Loren P Meissner wrote:

>Ancestry.com at "Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s" shows 3
>Leadlay immigrants to Canada:
>
>Allison Leadlay, Ontario 1871, age 64
>
>Robert Leadlay, Ontario 1871, age 45
>
>Edward Leadlay, Toronto 1857
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>I am looking for a connection between these (or any other immigrant) and the
>following:
>
>Allison Leadlay b 23 Jan 1866 (or 1865) at Toronto, d 06 Oct 1929 at Los
>Angeles
>m 1 Elizabeth LaRae (1868-1906), m 2 Anna Moss (1870-1961)
>children Harry, Ernest, Bonnie Winona, Norma, Irene, Reginald Edward
>
>According to "family legend," the latter family had roots in Yorkshire,
>England
>
>= Loren P Meissner
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