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Re: Michael McGivern of Milwaukee b. 1810
Posted by: Donna Baxter (ID *****7965) Date: November 14, 2011 at 07:40:49
In Reply to: Re: Michael McGivern of Milwaukee b. 1810 by Andy McGivern of 649

Hi Andy,
I haven't been on lately either. Sorry. I took a trip with my daughter to Scotland & was hoping to visit Ireland, County Down & do some research. But I ended up not having any information to go on, so we didn't go to Ireland.
I only have the little information I posted. Grandmother has passed years ago & I regret not being as interested in my heritage as a child as I am now.
I don't have Michaels parents name, just that he was born nov. 1 1810 in Down.
I also believe Catherine's(Ford) parents were Patrick & Corbeth, but its vague if Corbeth is her first or maiden name. just that they were born in Ireland.
Somewhere I ran across a 'Catherine & Michael' age 40 (both) with infant Rosana arriving in New York on 24 sept 1849 on ship called 'Sir Harry Smith'. Can't verify it yet.
I have a family tree on you can visit. I'd love your input. "Baxter/Evert/Felch/Sullivan/landsness and growing Family Tree"
And I would adore a copy of the picture of Michael & Catherine.
Please visit my tree & look around :)

Thank You for the information !

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