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Re: British census (1861-1881) information on Ann Glynn
Posted by: quintin glynn (ID *****2095) Date: June 10, 2009 at 08:30:41
In Reply to: British census (1861-1881) information on Ann Glynn by Dennis Doyle of 548

Are you sure this Ann Glynn came to the USA in 1883? The reason is my great grandfather Patrick Glynn b.about 1818 in Galway married Ellen Brown b. about 1827 in Galway moved to England and had a daughter Ann b. 1849 in England but they emigrated to the USA in the 1850's, showed up in 1860 census living in Leavenwoth, KS, USA and then moved to Nebraska, Pawnee county area the rest of their lives. I thought the Glynns in Winalon, England were probably these same Glynns. Ann is to have come to the USA in the 1851-1855 time frame.

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