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Re: Dollard's from Philadelphia
Posted by: Amy McCash Barbour (ID *****1649) Date: August 26, 2008 at 05:02:36
In Reply to: Re: Dollard's from Philadelphia by Brian Dollard of 174

Looking at the Irish Family History Foundation website I noticed that the main concentration of Dollard's are from these areas, I just can't find an Andrew Dollard. It is possible that he was a Dullard and changed the spelling when he came here because there is one Andrew Dullard listed for Co. Kilkenny. In my direct line there were only two children to Andrew Dollard and Mary ?, Mary Dollard and Keiran. Keiran never married and had no children, so this surname died off. Also trying to look at names given to young Mary's children I am having problems trying to find any possible family matches in Ireland. It seems the Scottish were more into using old family names when naming their children or at least in my family. Are any of these names common in your family history; John, Robert, Joseph, Helen, or Anastasia?

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