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Re: James Brislane - Could Name Variant be 'Brislin'?
Posted by: Marion Burdon (ID *****1503) Date: November 17, 2005 at 03:15:24
In Reply to: Re: James Brislane b. approx. 1816 in Irelan by Sharleene of 14

Hi,
if anyone is still reading here, for this surname...do you think that a variant of it might be 'Brislin' (as I can't find a Brislin in the 'General search, this is the nearest).
We know that my great-great grandmother, Mary, was born approx. 1807 in Ireland. (My mom thought it could be County Clare, but only thought)
It is possible her husband was a Martin Brislin, as my mom's dad, an eldest son, could have been named for his paternal grandfather I have been told.
There are a couple of Ellen's in our family tree, on that side, although I realise it was a common name.
Anyway, Mary, and son Patrick and wife Bridget (my great grandparents) emigrated to England in about 1847(?)


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