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Re: Estabrook/Desmond/Brinzo/McAnee
Posted by: Susan Nass (ID *****9061) Date: August 23, 2011 at 14:39:35
In Reply to: Re: Estabrook/Desmond/Brinzo/McAnee by Jacqui De Vere of 579

Hi Jacqui,

Here is the link you'll need to request a copy of Susan's Social Security application.

Cut and paste this link in google or at the top of your screen page.

I have ancestors from Ireland. I was there last April and found where one branch of my ancestors farmed for eons near Mohill, Co. Leitrim. A distant cousin 'found' me because I posted a family tree at I think it's free to do that for anyone.

I also went to Belfast and up to Giant's Causeway and Derry. Northern Ireland is beautiful! One line in my family tree was allegedly born in "Northern Ireland" but so far I have not been able to locate any information about him.

I'll keep hunting. It 'only' took 13 years to find one branch...:)

Sue Nass
Buchanan, Healy, McGonigle, Harvey - Ireland

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