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Re: barber family
Posted by: sinead walkinshaw (ID *****9486) Date: February 09, 2007 at 13:40:33
In Reply to: Re: barber family by JS Arameish of 797

You are an angel - THANK YOU.

I had someone do a look up a while back on the US censuses - but the into they got was only very patchy - so that is great.

As for mines- there are lots in Carbon and could not narrow the area or mine down properly - so that is great.

And I had no idea he fought in WW1 - he went in early 1900s and have not found a naturalisation date for him like I did with his brother so was not sure if he actually fought or bcame a Bevin Boy (conscripted by the government to mine coal while the war was going on) like they did here in the valleys - another piece slots in.
Thank you,

Sinead


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