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English or Irish?
Posted by: Ronald Crowe (ID *****1092) Date: February 29, 2008 at 05:59:03
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I'm fairly confident of my lineage back to John Crow (notice no 'e'), wife Mary, born in Essex County, MA sometime between 1704 and 1710 (dates vary.) From there, I have nebulous leads both to Ireland and to England. Due to "family legend" I lean towards England, because histories of the Essex area show many immigrants from eastern England in the 17th century. It appears that there might be 2 lines, from from Ireland through Nova Scotia and then into the US; and a separate line from England. Can anyone assist?


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