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Re: Gleason-mid-1800's-Alexandria, NE
Posted by: Skip Dacy Date: August 27, 2000 at 20:11:10
In Reply to: Re: Gleason-mid-1800's-Alexandria, NE by Jule Goeller of 2187


Great to hear back from you. Unfortunately, no, I don't have an Ellen but I don't have a lot of history on the Gleasons. I was hoping you might. I have a lot on the Dougherty, Cain, Hogan, Heenan, Bennetts and a little on the Teets. All but the Teets are from Biddulph via northern Tipperary, Ireland. They filtered into Canada during the mid 1830's then settled in Biddulph in the late 1840's and more commonly the 1850's. From there they ventured further south in the late 1860's and more commonly the early 1870's. Skip

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