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Re: Lingo in South Dakota?
Posted by: Jesica Lingo (ID *****4080) Date: March 24, 2007 at 16:38:10
In Reply to: Lingo in South Dakota? by Dennis Johnson of 684

Dennis--

Sorry I am not any help to you. My grandfather Walt Lingo wrote a brief family history before he died but i cant find any of the names he wrote about past his grandfather, James Albert Lingo, who supposedly was born in kentucky. He said the Lingos came over during the potato famine from Ireland and went through Ellis Island, but I cant find the names on the Ellis island records. I noticed you had a Mary Lingo born in ireland on your list, which is a name in his ramblings but he said her husband was Michael?? ANyways, sorry!



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