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Re: feeney family tree for jeff smith
Posted by: patricia feeney Date: January 03, 2002 at 09:15:27
In Reply to: feeney family tree for jeff smith by patricia feeney of 863

to jeff iam glad that you have recieved the feeney family tree infromation okay if i find anty more form ireland i will write and let you know. i have one of the connor cousins also helping me with the feeney family tree his farther was patrick connor a first cousin to your mother.

so what i will do is i will try and ask our cousin to try for either bernards wedding certificate or johns wedding certifcate and take it from there but i am really chuffed that i ahve found out that our greatgrandfarther and your grandfarther were born in lisnanena . also my uncle terry and antie florrie went over to ireland trice just before christmas. and also i have pictures of where greatgreatgrandfarther feeny lived.

yours sincerley patricia.

ps i don't understand why the email sytem is not going write

so what i will do is to carry leaving messages on the feeney family forum. also my auntie florrie was wandering why your mum has not rung her. antie florrie rang your mum
last may but she did not wring back.

your cousin patricia


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