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Re: Any SACKVILLE-aft 1700-UK,Canada,US,Aus
Posted by: Tanis Sackville-Service Date: August 29, 2000 at 13:09:08
In Reply to: Any SACKVILLE-aft 1700-UK,Canada,US,Aus by Richard Smith of 148

Richard: I know very little about the Sackville line, but here is what I have.
GreatGrandfather-John Sackville born Yaton,Eng. and Scot. border. Married Ann Turnbull(ball?) born in Coburg, Ont.
Grandfather: Edgar Born July 1870-1935 likely born around Lemington as that is where he is buried. Lived and died in St. Thomas, Ont. Married Ann Johnson-Mar. 12, 1874-Sept. 16, 1944. Lived in St. Thomas, buried in Leminton.
Father: Albert James born in St. Thomas, Sept. 6, 1905 Died Aug. 22, 1978. Lived in Woodstock, Ont.
Brother: James born Apr. 28/42 in Woodstock lives in Mount Hope, Ont.
My grandfather had a stroke at a fairly young age which left him with the mind of a child, so no history was obtained from him. I got the above information from my baby book and since both my parents are deceased, no further history is available, but I hope this helps. I remember that Dad used to say that we were "blue blood" from England but lost it when the Daughter of the house ran off with the coach man. Keep up the good work.


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