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Re: 1660 to Y2K
Posted by: Angela Currall Date: May 10, 2001 at 14:49:30
In Reply to: 1660 to Y2K by Janet of 16

Hi Janet,

I was browsing the internet and seen your website. I married into the Currall family in 1989. I just wanted you to know that we have some type of certificate from where my husbands Great Grandparents first came to America from England. If you are interested in more info., I would be glad to get it for you. My husband's Grandmother's name was Millie Currall and her husband's was Burt Currall. Millie passed away this October in Detroit Michigan at the age of 91, Burt passed away when he was in his 50's. I never knew him.

Angie Currall
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


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