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Armagh Families by Thomas Strothers

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Re: Armagh Families by Thomas Strothers

Linda Vallee (View posts)
Posted: 4 Mar 2004 4:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Some of the trees are pre-1700 and some are after that.
Some of the trees are followed right up to present day. Tom did this book because "it became clear that a consisderable volume of material of interest to family hisorians was in existence and in danger of being lost, including family Bibles, letters, some from emigrants over 150 years old, account books, diaries and pedigrees." He put considerable time into collecting what he could in the Armagh area. Some of you have written to ask me to look up certain names for you. If I go by the index only and do not find the name there - it does not mean it is not included in this research.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Linda Vallee 4 Mar 2004 11:45PM GMT 
Wayne Irwin 5 Mar 2004 1:58AM GMT 
Linda Winters Vallee 5 Mar 2004 8:15PM GMT 
Rosemary Metscher 7 Mar 2004 8:34PM GMT 
Linda Winters Vallee 7 Mar 2004 11:40PM GMT 
Rosemary Metscher 8 Mar 2004 12:31AM GMT 
Richard Burns 6 Mar 2004 11:11PM GMT 
Linda Winters Vallee 7 Mar 2004 2:24AM GMT 
allanclark901 7 Mar 2004 4:46AM GMT 
mary_brittain 24 Apr 2004 8:48PM GMT 
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