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From: "Dorothy M. Paul" <>
Subject: Re: Web Page stuff
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 1997 13:57:53 -0500


>> 1) How many times (approximately) have you visited the main page of the
>web site for this list (http://members.aol.com/manus/ulsterref.html) since
>April 1997?

Two, but just found it, will be going there more in the future...

>> 2) Which counties in Ulster have you established that your families came
>(or most likely came) from?

Fermanagh 1700's

>> 3) Which counties (or regions) in Scotland have you established that your
>> families came (or most likely came) from?

Gilnockie, Dumfries 1600's

>> 4) Which time period are you currently researching (pick one only)?
>> (a) 1900-present?
>> (b) 1845-1900?
>> (c) 1798-1845?
>> (d) 1695-1798?
>> (e) 1641-1695?
>> (f) pre-1640?

(d) 1695-1798

>> 5) Which religious sect does your family predominately relate to (Roman
>> Catholic, Presbyterian, Church of Ireland, Covenanter, Seceder, etc.)?

unknown -- but protestant as far as I know.

>> 6) What is/are 5 surnames (surname only) are you most interested in
>getting information on at present?

ARMSTRONG
James b. 1788 Milton Pennsylvania
married Elizabeth about 1820's in OHIO (WHERE????) they moved to Michigan.
James may have been the first white settler in Schoolcraft Twp, Kalamazoo
Co, Michigan 1829.... he died at 90, 1876.Children: William b. 1821 Ohio,
Lynney b.1825 Ohio, Elizabeth b.1828 Michigan, John b. 1831 Michigan,
Thomas b.1833 Michigan, A. Jackson b.1837 Michigan, Alpheus W. b. 1838
Michigan, Alfred V. 1838 Michigan, Warren Franklin 1844.

Dorothy M. Paul, Brittle Books Reformatting Unit,
Preservation, University Libraries, Notre Dame, IN 46556 (219)631-8694
FAX:(219)631-4422 http://www.nd.edu/~dpaul/
"Genealogists are ancestrally challenged!"

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