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Re: UK vs US
Posted by: Alan C Smith Date: May 16, 1999 at 03:30:40
In Reply to: UK vs US by John Kendall of 1177

Yes, I agree that there does seem to be more interest on the US side, but as Ina has suggested I am going to try the Family Tree magazine.If any Irish connections come up try Celtic Origins, 15, Adelaide Street, Dun Laoghoire, Ireland. I have only been doing this just over a year but one thing is rapidly becoming obvious, keep looking and going back over old ground and wherever you find a new site post an enquiry. It's the old shotgun effect...far enough and wide enough and you are bound to hit the target sometime. Good Luck.

Researching - SMITH and MARKEY from Fulham, London. PRENDERGAST from Co Meath and USA, MEADE from Co Meath

Alan Smith, Sheffield

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