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Re: SACK, Terrence, Canada c 1944
Posted by: Curtis Michael Date: July 13, 2001 at 05:30:01
In Reply to: Re: SACK, Terrence, Canada c 1944 by Jennifer Sack of 126

Hello there,

I sent you an email regarding Earl Sack. I figured I'd better reply here too - just to make sure you get it.

Yes I most certainly do know Earl. He's a good friend of mine. He occasionally stops by here at work and we chat. What's your husband's name by the way? Are you Mi'kmaq too? Don't mind me - I ask alot of questions - sorry :).

If you or your husband have any geneology questions or any questions about Mi'kmaq things, don't be shy. I used to teach Mi'kmaq Language, Culture and History. For example, did you know that the last name "Sack" comes from the French name "Jacques". Other variations of the name include "Sock" (New Brunswick lant name) and "Sark" (P.E.I last name). Many of our last names are French - there are a few Mi'kmaq ones left. But I'm babbling - sorry again.

Anyways, take care and please email me back.

("See you" in Mi'kmaq)

Curtis Michael
Shubenacadie First Nation


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