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From: Pat Traynor <>
Subject: [TRAY] Re: traynors in south africa
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2003 19:44:23 -0700
> Laurent Changuion
> <> wrote........................
>I am married to a traynor lady,we believe they are the third generation
>in south africa
>Is it possible to confirm that seeing that very little background
>history is available regarding her ancestry.We know that her grand
>father came to work in the gold mines in barberton a small town in the
>mpumalanga provice he had two sons born here to his south african wife
>married very late died of asthmatic condition somewhere in the late 1950
>or ealy sixties
>Also what are the possibilities to make use of her ancestral background
>to migrate to ireland
>Laurent and ilsa changuion
I don't know if Ireland still recognizes a grandchild's right to Irish
citizenship if one or more grandparents were born in Ireland.
You need documentation proof of their birth and it used to cost around
$155. and might take one year to get the papers.
If there is an Irish Consulate there, that would be the place to inquire
There are many messages here on the subject.
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