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From: linda Merle <>
Subject: Re: Ireland to Canada 1832
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 1997 22:43:00 -0800
Have you checked Filby? If you live hear an LDS family history center,
it probably has Filby. He has been publishing huge volumes of names
from immigrant lists to North America for a number of years. Look them
up. On the same shelf may well be some lists dedicated to Irish
I noticed he covers St. Johns because I am looking for English
immigrants from Durham to Canada. They slipped over the border into
Michigan, where my great grandfather signed an oath of alligance to
the USA in 189 something. We figured out that they must have entered
through Canada. We mentioned this to our father, and he said "Why,
yes, my grandfather did come in through Canada!". ARRRRGGGGGR!
He never told us he knew this.
I didn't find mine. Anybody with any suggestions, I'm listening.
On the possibly up side, I might have found my brother in law's
ancestors, only they appear to have left from Derry, not Dublin,
and they were already married and didn't meet on the boat. Ah well,
that could explain why they left since one was Protestant and one
was Catholic. Or is that family tale wrong too??? They were probably
Sorry, had a bad day....
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