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A Tinful of History. Jeffrey/Townsend/Marah/Newton trees

Updated October 14, 2011

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f.lagah@paradise.net.nz

I guess my Mother really got me started on this journey. She had recently gone into a retirement home and a cleanout of her papers had revealed a tinful of history. Old birth and death certificates from her mother's family going back to a burial plot account dated 1849 in Glasgow
Further research has taken us to the Great Potato Famine in Ireland in the 1840/50's, Northumberland in the 1600's, and the London Docklands in the late 1800's
There is still a long way to go and help is always appreciated.

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