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Re: Glynns from Galway - late 1800's
Posted by: chuck sharp Date: March 20, 2002 at 21:09:40
In Reply to: Glynns from Galway - late 1800's by Aaron Carroll of 548

Aaron Carroll. My Grandfathers name was Martin. He had two brothers Patrick and James who came to USA .I believe his sister Margaret married a Carroll from the Detroit Mi. area. I visited Detroit as a boy in the 1950'S with Martin. I know James and Bridget were my grandfathers parents names . Bridget was the former Higgins as per my grandfathers registration of birth in 1887 county of Galway district of Glucamuddy??? There was an oler brother by the name of John who stayed back in the old country. If this sounds like our family please contact me as I have lost touch with the Glynn family...Martin and Patrick settled in the Chicago, Illinois area. My mothers maiden name is Mary Celine Glynn.. Thanks Chuck Sharp

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