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Re: Winnipeg Newspaper Obituaries
Posted by: James Butterfield Date: April 30, 2000 at 15:40:43
In Reply to: Re: Winnipeg Newspaper Obituaries by Wayne Martin of 1701

I think that you might have got the wrong message. I never ment for you to think that i thought that she was stupid. what I ment was she was foolish for taking notice of what other people thought. after all family history is what we are all after and without the help of this woman we would not get would seem that you have not read what I wrote.I said that your law very strict in relation to ours in England I am trying to get infomation on a person in Canada and it was one of your people who said how strict your laws are.NOT TIGHT
after all your laws are stricted for local people --but when the Russian wanted to get into America or Britain they could always fiddle a passport in Canada and go to those country and thats a well known fact
Thank you Wayne (I rest my Case)


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