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Re: Thms & Martin Donlan Watertown & Cambridge MA mid-1800s
Posted by: Dick Brown (ID *****5637) Date: July 01, 2006 at 05:03:45
In Reply to: Re: Thms & Martin Donlan Watertown & Cambridge MA mid-1800s by Jim Donlan of 97

Jim,

Thanks for posting your info.

I will contact you directly so that we can look at the details more carefully.

My research indicates that the name Martin Donlan was not uncommon. I have puzzled over which Martin Donlan was which... all the same person, fathers and sons, or some other relation, if any.

I will pull the hard copies of my file data (hoping that I kept all my notes)and post what I have.

I have a lot more anecdotal info on the Donlan clan. One still-living cousin has provided a lot of the family's "flavor."

Should it prove that we are cousins, I we can share this as well as more private aspects of the family tree off-line.

Dick B


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