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Re: John A. Frith / Euphemia Wilson, Enniskillen Ireland
Posted by: james roycroft Frith (ID *****4316) Date: September 11, 2007 at 17:45:32
In Reply to: Re: John A. Frith / Euphemia Wilson, Enniskillen Ireland by Kevin Cullen of 613

Hello Kevin,

I was working from notes about the pedigree and now looking at the actual hanwritten Tree I find John A b 1871 m Euphemia 1897. John A was High Sherrif of Co Fermanagh in 1915, served in NSW Mounted Police and was alive in 1935 and was then propietor of a large garage near Exeter England. His father was James Moore no birth date m mrs Jackson nee Fanny 'illegible'. James Moore established "Lawnavilla". Was son of Rev John.

I have two sons of John A. Jameson?? b 1903 and Robert b 1905 with no other detail.

The pedigree was drawn up by Rev JB Frith in 1837 and subsequently reviewed until 1949.

I've transcribed the handwritten notes and thanks to you rekindling my interest will be entering the Tree into my Heredis software set up. which I can burn onto disk.

Re Wilson & Co. my gfather James Wiltshire was born 11 Sept. 1869 in Dublin. His father was James (printer) and mother Maria Louise nee Wiltshire thanks LDS records.

I'm out of contact for a week [preparing a talk about my mothers experiences as a prisoner of Japanese in ww2 and entering data on the 'Tree'.

Regards and thanks for re-inspiring me and look forward to hearing from you both again. Incidentally which country are you in?

James.


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