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Re: william shorten family
Posted by: Margaret Date: July 16, 2000 at 02:05:28
In Reply to: Re: william shorten family by Bill Strube of 121

Dear Bill, thanks for the message. By the way, my e-mail is I would like to look at your tree if I may, I do not actually have a tree on paper as such, though I keep promising muyself I will, because quite honestly I get on my own nerves, with bits here and bits there. Anyway, Little Silver Cork WR Kinalmeaky ( barony ) Kilbrogan parish Bandon. Though exactly where that is I have no idea, maybe you will find it on your map.
I would love the chance to go across to the area, For years I have wanted to go to Ireland to do reearch but it has never been possible for one reason or another, but having been recently to Wexford, I am more determined to now get to Cork. It is actually probably easier for me to do that than going to Wexford, because when we went, a I had never been before and everything was so " foreign " to me,a. as I am not really used to travel. b. we had to stay in B&B but were very lucky we had a very good one. c. we had to hire a car, all this was more than a few pennies !!!!!!! however I could go direct from here train | ferry \ train and if I can pick up the threads of a cousin who I made contact with many moons ago, then maybe I could stay with her, we will see. You have given me food for thought. Anyway, hope to hear from you soon. Margaret

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