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From: Jwatt <>
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] 20th century Pullens
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 08:52:00 -0400


It is probably a long shot as I don't know how common the Pullen name is, but there were Pullens in the Oakville area. One of the men was way high up in the Canadian Navy, try http://www.canada411.ca/


Jane in Cooksville (Mississauga) Ontario, Canada
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From: "Christine Ellis"
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 07:16:24 -0400
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Subject: [ONTARIO] 20th century Pullens

>
> Hallo
>
> Have just joined the list as I am attempting to trace descendents of Herbert
> George Pullen born in Sussex in 1888 - he first arrived in Canada in 1913
> and returned to England with his three sons when his wife died. He returned
> to Canada in 1927 with his second wife and three sons and is listed as going
> to Toronto Ontario - although my elderly Mother told me she thought they had
> settled in Kingston.
>
> I am assuming that if the family stayed in Ontario and no deaths show up in
> the LDS Pilot project for Ontario deaths that Herbert and wife Daisy died
> after 1934 although I assume from checking for availability information on
> the internet that there is no way for me to check that. In my Grandfathers
> memory I would like to fnd out what happened to his brother so the smallest
> detail would be wonderful.
>
>
>
> Regards
> Christine
> Sydney Australia
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