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Re: GGG Grandparents James & Sarah Malcolm (Malcom)
Posted by: Ellen Sharp-Roworth (ID *****5998) Date: May 26, 2012 at 10:36:36
In Reply to: Re: GGG Grandparents James & Sarah Malcolm (Malcom) by Kathleen Herron of 94872

Hi Kathleen, other than the little info I have on my
gg grandmother Sarah White (nee Malcolm born in Ireland in 1823) I only have her siblings' names and birth dates which I obtained from the 1841 and 1851 Scotland Census. I have researched her siblings as well as my great grandmother Anna Sharp's (nee White born in Scotland in 1859) siblings and just keep coming to "dead ends". The Malcolm/White branches of the family tree are unknown to me and other members of the Sharp family whom I know and live in Canada, the U.S. or England. I have checked the Mormon Church IGI and found the marriage of Sarah Malcolm and William White in Dunbarton, Scotland in Nov. 1844 but no info on Ireland. The IGI info would have been taken from the Scottish Parish Records. Thanks again for your time and effort but we will have to put this Ireland research to rest at the moment as we are going around in circles which to quote you is a "bummer" -- I haven't heard that expression for a lot of years.


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