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From: "Edward Andrews" <>
Subject: RE: [Scotch-Irish] Thanks to Linda re Straney surname advice
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 00:24:32 +0100
I was born in Downpatrick.
In Patrick's town three saints one grave do fill,
Patrick, Bridgit, and Column Keill
St. Nicholas Buccleuch Parish Church Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
Visit our Web site http://www.btinternet.com/~stnicholas.buccleuch/index.htm
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Stranney [mailto:]
> Sent: 09 April 2001 18:49
> Subject: [Scotch-Irish] Thanks to Linda re Straney surname advice
> Thanks for taking the trouble to give me those details and advice.
> You've given me a lot of information and I'll consider it all
> very carefully.
> I am both working on my family history and carrying out a
> one-name study on the surname "Straney".
> By the way, rather surprisingly I've had great difficulty finding
> out details/addresses of one-name study societies, clubs etc.
> despite my searches on the internet. I'm thinking of clubs etc.
> that support members in the general art of one-name study, not
> clubs who are only interested in one surname.Can you, Linda, or
> anybody else reading, help me there at all? Any suggestions would
> be much appreciated.
> I understand your point about my thinking the name was
> Scotch-Irish. I'm aware you have explained the meaning of
> Scotch-Irish more than once recently.
> I live in Downpatrick, Co Down in Northern Ireland. If anybody
> has queries about people who may have once lived in or close to
> Downpatrick, or about the location itself, I'll try my best to help.
> Thanks once again.