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Re: Maria Abba Yorkshire l800s
Posted by: tina morgan (ID *****6760) Date: October 28, 2009 at 00:55:13
In Reply to: Re: Maria Abba Yorkshire l800s by Kingsley Smith of 28

hello kingsley!
so pleased to hear from you.
we have now solved the problem about maria abba. she was daughter of john and ann abba.
this was determined when a death certificate for ann was purchased and ann's grandaughter (maria's daughter) was given as the informer.
another gentleman (brian audley, who is also on here) and i are now working on whether john abba married a ann anderson of seamer, near scarborough. it looks quite promising but we are not sure if there wasnt two john abbas who married anns.
if it is not too much trouble i would be interested to see what data you have and to share any i may have that you dont.
i know that there is a connection to the hull abbas, but whilst concentrating on the maria problem i have not followed up info i have found as yet.
i have my full tree on genesreunited, if you are with them i could open my tree for you to look at. (i dont have it anywhere else except in paper form or a skeleton tree on other sites)
thankyou once again for contacting me, it is a nice start to the day! lol!
happy hunting
tina (morgan, nee bradley)

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