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Sitt / Kerr Connection
Posted by: Tracy Barlow (ID *****4079) Date: April 24, 2002 at 05:42:43
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Hi,

Having just recieved a copy of my great grandmothers birth entry I am hot on the trail of her parents.

The information I now have for my g.gandmother is as follows
STITT Edith Catherine, B. 18/01/1899, Belfast Ireland
M. KERR Thomas Edward B. 31/08/1899, Scotland

Edith Catherine's parents are as follows
Father - Thomas STITT
Mother - Elizabeth KERR
This information seems to substantiate a widely held belief that my great grand parents were blood cousins.

If anyone has research interests with these I would be more than happy to share what little I know.
Also I am working on the assumption that they are cousins and therefore either the Kerrs or Stitts would have had to move to Ireland in order for her parents to have met - does anyone have any clue as to which is the most probable.

With many thanks

Tracy



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