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From: "Sharyn Hay" <>
Subject: Re: Subject: Re: [Sc-Ir] Surnames
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 18:54:17 -0800
References: <8BF05A1DE555CC4080EF725D32F7147E03F76103@mail.itronix.com> <004d01c4f2af$c30e2820$0f01a8c0@Patty>


That URL leads to an advertising site. For Irish Palatines try:

http://www.erin.ie/ipa/frames.htm
http://www.irishpalatines.org/

Regards,
Sharyn
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From: "Patty" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: Subject: Re: [Sc-Ir] Surnames


>
> Mary Lou, if you are interested there is a Palatine museum in Rathkeale, Limerick where Protestant people came from Germany
> as refugees. They all became Wesleyans and have a museum in
> Limerick as I said before(sorry) Their website is www.IPA.com
> Queen Anne of England and Southland (lord) I think brought them
> over, some went to USA and some stayed in Limerick and Clare.
> They still keep their own ways and language up to recently.
> It's worth looking into. My best friend was Baker a Palatine name,
> so I would like to visit sometime. Cheers, interesting to you and
> Linda Merle I think. Some linked up with their kindred in Pa.
> the Pa. Deutsch and the Amish, should be intersting to visit in
> Ireland. Cheers, Linda and Mary Lou, Patricia USA



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