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Re: Leahey in Canada
Posted by: james leahey (ID *****0610) Date: July 07, 2004 at 16:15:50
In Reply to: Re: Leahey in Canada by Nancy Thompson of 334

My family roots are from the 1823 Peter Robinson Expedition. Settled around Allemette Island on the Quebec Ontario border. Geneology of 1500 names from this point forward. Rational. British response to the war of 1812. Settling loyalists from Ireland in Upper Canada of the day. I think family names were very specific and reasonably well documented. Many of the people in our geneology were Catholic. Some independant verification from the older locals. Booklet available on the geneolgy is quite specific to that family line and associated families. Many relatives interested in the geneology. Good luck in your searches. James Patrick Leahey

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