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John George Alexander Ferguson
Posted by: david Ferguson (ID *****8614) Date: December 04, 2008 at 07:34:23
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Hi there,
I am researching an ancestor, above, who was born in the UK in 1868 and was a British Royal Marine who jumped ship whilst at Juneau Alaska in 1889. The most obvious reason would be something to do with gold, however, as our family was said to have received food parcels from Canada during WW2, it is likely that my ancestor survived somehow. If any of this info. is relevant to any research others are doing, I would be most interested.


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