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    Further to this, I looked at some...

    Further to this, I looked at some Familysearch.org records I had ignored before. I see in the IGI someone, somewhere has submitted Thomas Wallis and Martha Clarke from Drumcliff, Sligo, Ireland, with...
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    Christina -- yes "Home District" contained, among...

    Christina -- yes "Home District" contained, among others, the county of York. Their marriage may have been listed as being in the Township of Vaughan as well. Basically it boils down to the Village...
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    Christina, Many thanks for this! I had always...

    Christina,

    Many thanks for this! I had always assumed that Ann and Nathaniel Wallace came to Canada before they were married -- a published biography of one of their sons, Nathaniel Clarke...
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    WALLACE from Carney, Co. Sligo

    Nathaniel WALLACE, born 11 May, 1810, in Carney, Co. Sligo, emigrated to Canada in 1834 and settled in Woodbridge, Upper Canada (Ontario). He married Ann (Uninown) who was also from Co. Sligo, in...
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    WALLACE from Carney, Co. Sligo

    Nathaniel WALLACE, to Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada, about 1835.
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    I well remember a remittance man in the 1950's...

    I well remember a remittance man in the 1950's when I was a teenager living in Atikokan, Ontario. His name was Graham Harris, and he was a gentle and cultured elderly man who lived in a tarpaper...
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    BOWMAN in County Down, 1770 >> to U.S.A.

    Samuel Bowman, son of Robert Bowman, was born in 1763 in County Down, Ireland. He immigrated with his parents and sibling(s) to the USA about 1770. The family landed in New York City, and went...
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    I think you should scan your photos at the...

    I think you should scan your photos at the highest resolution you can. Even if you intend to use them only for your website now, who knows what you or your descendants may want to do with them later?...
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    LOVELL family of Bandon, Cork, circa 1810

    I've just found that I'm related to Robert LOVELL, farmer, and Jane BEASLY, who lived in or near Bandon until about 1820 when they emigrated to Montreal. They had about 10 children, and one of the...
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    Scanner vs Digital Camera copying

    Hi folks -- I've had a fair bit of experience with scanners the last few years because I need to use one for my ebay book business.

    The first scanner I bought was a high-end HP flatbed (can't...
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    Coatsworth family

    Patricia,

    Yes, I have extensive information, almost all of it from the wonderful book "The Descendants of Thomas Coatsworth and Mary Bainbridge", which details a huge number of their descandants...
  12. DOBIE, RUSSELL, MURDOCK/MURDOCH in Dumfriesshire

    My three main surnames of interest in Dumfriesshire are DOBIE, RUSSELL, and MURDOCK/MURDOCH.

    My DOBIE line is originally from Tinwald Village, just north of Dumfries.

    Here is what I know (not...
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