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Re: KINSELLA, 1800's, Newfoundland
Posted by: Larry Martin Date: January 22, 2001 at 23:01:58
In Reply to: KINSELLA, 1800's, Newfoundland by Claudia of 392


I would certainly enjoy getting any info you may have about life in Torbay in the 1800s. William Fitzpatrick "Skipper Bill" (born 3/3/1832) was father to Ann Marie, who married Isaac Martin. The Martin's left Torbay after a fire destroyed their home (and a second home, the Fitzpatrick's) at Martin & Doyles Lane around 1927.

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