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Re: Inch family in Canada from Scotland
Posted by: Charlotte Ayers Date: November 25, 2001 at 08:36:21
In Reply to: Re: Inch family in Canada from Scotland by Tom Inch of 318

Hi Tom: Have been so interested in reading your messages to and from Eric Inch of Ottawa. Just found this sight yesterday and thought I had an idea who this Terry Inch was, but see he was from Gloucester and the one I had in mind lives in Dundurn, Saskatchewan and is connected to a Dr. Douglas Inch in Leeds, England. This Dr.. Inch sent a geeting to my Dad on his hundredth birthday in 1988 and sent a small chart of his family line from
a John in Blairgowrie (?) , Angus Co,. to Dundee, Scotland, and 2 of his uncles came to Canada and this Terry was a descendent of one of them. After I located this family he came over to visit them. There were 2 sisters. It's a long story how I came in touch with them, so won't go into it. The contact with Dr. Douglas Inch came about through Arthur Inch of Hayward's Heath, who sent messages to many of his correspondants all over the world asking that they send messages on Dad's 100th birthday. He said he was the only male Inch centenarian he knew of; there was one other, a lady. I have corresponded with him off and on since Dad's death, mostly at Christmas. The death dates of John and Mary in Strabane are still not found for my records, nor have I found the dates for Leonard the father of Nathaniel, our mutual ancestor. Every so often I go back to this family line, but nothing new lately.

Charlotte Ayers, nee Inch
Moose Jaw, Sask. (I Think you have my e-mail address)


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