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JUDGE in Newfoundland
Posted by: Ward Greene (ID *****9135) Date: March 15, 2006 at 19:15:03
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Judge is a very rare surname in Newfoundland,so much so that almost every Judge person I have been able to find in Nfld. over the past 200 years is related to me.The other handful I am just not certain about.
What I am looking for is ANY Judge man or family who moved from Ireland to Newfoundland before,say,1835,as I have at least two official records of my relatives there in 1837. I do not know if they entered Nfld. as Judge or Breheny etc., or if they/he landed in maybe Quebec or Boston etc.,and then on to Nfld.Or of course possible they went to England first and then Nfld. They were RC religion.
Does anyone have a family memory of any Judge/Breheny going to Newfoundland? Common names in the family at the time were William Patrick,Patrick William,Joseph Peter,Peter Joseph, Margaret,Hannah,Ellen, Mary Ellen,Elizabeth,Honorah,Jeremiah,

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