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Re: Melissa Ensell, 1981, Cattaragus County
Posted by: David P. Encill Date: March 02, 2000 at 07:31:17
In Reply to: Re: Melissa Ensell, 1981, Cattaragus County by Kenth Ensell of 34

Hi,
With re. to Irish ancestry this is possible. A customer of mine indicated that 'Einchill' (my grandfather's birth certificate mentions 'Eincill') actually means "church on the hill", i.e. Churchill. I haven't proven this yet though but intend to take a trip to Dublin. Then again, I don't even know whether we're related to Ensell's! Regards, David P. Encill


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