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Re: Marlins from Ireland to PA
Posted by: Tim Marlin (ID *****4327) Date: July 31, 2002 at 16:27:09
In Reply to: Marlins from Ireland to PA by Gena Eddy of 613

Do you know what part of Ireland Robert was born? Our family were in Londonderry during the 1700's.
I find these names interesting also because there was a Robert and Vance Marlin here in Canada in the 1830's.
If you find out more about Robert Marlin's siblings or parents please let me know.
I know of only a handful of Marlins from the early 1700's in Ireland. George Marlin, John Marlin born 1712, James, William,Edward and Thomas.
My ggg grandfather James Marlin was born 1767 in Curran, Londonderry N Ire.


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