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JAMES SANSONE
Posted by: Jerome Lafayette Saint John (ID *****2034) Date: January 12, 2012 at 13:30:44
In Reply to: JAMES SENSION by Jerome Lafayette Saint John of 1820

Now, there is a James SANSONE living in Halifax, ST. JOHN Parish, Yorkshire in 1584.

He has a child named Sarah and James. There is also a Thomas SANSONE that is buried near there.

I am only processing this information as I write it so please forgive me. I explored the Sansone-Sension connection sometime ago. Sansone is a very popular surname in Sicily, which was populated by the Normans.

I am not suggesting that we are Sicilian, but rather, the connection here may emanate from Normandy.


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