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From: "whitetw" <>
Subject: Re: [YKS] Yorkshireman in Belgium
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 06:17:12 +0100
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Erin

Provided her father was born in the UK and her parents were married
when she was born, Mary Ann would be a British Subject by descent. I
don't know why Mary Ann's father would be in Belgium - perhaps he was
working in the Belgian steel industry.


Richard White
Tunbridge Wells Kent UK

----- Original Message -----
From: Erin Miller <>
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Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 2:39 AM
Subject: [YKS] Yorkshireman in Belgium


> i'm ashamed to say that my history knowledge isn't good enough to
know the
> answer to this one...
>
> what would take a yorkshireman to belgium in 1838? I have mary ann
aston,
> born in belgium with BS after it..i'm assuming this means british
> subject...her father's occupation is Iron Roller when they're in
> yorkshire...
>
> i don't know about mary ann's mother, but if she was belgian and
mary ann
> was born there, would she still be a bs?
>
> Erin
> Canberra,
> Australia
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