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Re: Ballymote and Killorans
Posted by: Thomas Pinson (Deeny) Date: June 05, 2001 at 19:16:53
In Reply to: Re: Ballymote and Killorans by Pearl Burnett of 115

Dear Pearl,
It seems we have the right time frame to consider siblings or cousins as possible mutual relatives. i need to check a death certificate to get a name of a father or mother that may be a connecting link. I have a family story that Ellen Marie Killoran was an orphan by the time she was 14 years old I believe she arrived in America about 1900. She arrived in Covent Garden ?? unsure of place name? I'll check the death certificate and get back to you. Any verification on the dance teacher story?
Yours Truly,
Thomas Pinson (Killoran)


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