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Re: Kiley's- Philadelphia & Nova Scotia
Posted by: Colin Kiley (ID *****5363) Date: August 17, 2005 at 15:42:30
In Reply to: Re: Kiley's- Philadelphia & Nova Scotia by Tabitha Kiley of 195

I'm afraid I cannot help you. My family is much earlier; they are Loyalists who fled from the American Colonies after the British defeat during the War of American Independence. These persons are not familiar to me. However, I do have a Thomas Kiley in my family tree you was born in about 1859 and immigrated to the United States. I do not know where he went but I had always assumed New York. If it is true that your ancestor was born in Ireland, then he is not the same person; however if he is "Irish" by ancestry, this may be a possibility.

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