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Re: How to start my own Genealogy search
Posted by: Jim Lyons Date: June 20, 2000 at 08:09:42
In Reply to: How to start my own Genealogy search by Brad Bonnyman of 37

My mother was a Jessie Bonnyman and her antecedants hailed from the Enzie district of Banffshire in North East Scotland. As far as I know none of them emmigrated to NS but some did to Tenn, US and I have traced those relationships. Since the name Bonnyman is relatively rare in Scotland there is a good possibility that somwhere our family histories converge but I have not been able to go further back than the late 1700's-early 1800's.


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