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From: linda Merle <>
Subject: Re: Woodrows in North Ireland
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 17:51:25 -0800
David Woodrow wrote:
> >From what information I have, my side of the Woodrow family left
> Carlisle, England, probably around 1600 and went into Scotland. My
> Great Grandfather, Clark Woodrow, listed on the only document that I can
> find, his birth year as 1822 and his birth place as Port William,
> Scotland. However his children listed his place of birth as Northern
> My question is, are we considered S/I, with the last name being English?
> I have searched everywhere for our ancestors in Northern Ireland, but
> haven't had any luck yet. Could you tell me what would be the best
> documents to search for them. I do know that my GG maternal
> Grandfather's name was Alexander Spear and GG maternal Grandmother's
> maiden name was Rachel Ring. They were not catholic. In Quebec they
> belonged to the Presbyterian church. I have to believe they lived in
> the Ulster area.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> David Montieth Woodrow
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