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Re: Spanish Immigration Help
Posted by: Nicci Foster (ID *****3999) Date: December 18, 2012 at 18:32:34
In Reply to: Re: Spanish Immigration Help by jean piper of 82777

Those dates and names certainly seem to be the ones I am looking for, and presumably it was common to make names more English, but as you say and as I know, the children were Franco. This gives me Nora's full name which should help too.

Thank you so much! I honestly am not sure why I am certain now that Nora was born in Pt Adelaide, it is possible I read that in a family tree on Ancestry... But I don't have it written in my tree as yet so it might not have been proven. She may therefore be from another state. Or England.

Thank you so much, it really helps!


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