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White & Judge, White & Welsh,Newfoundland
Posted by: Ward Greene (ID *****9135) Date: February 07, 2012 at 20:45:02
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In Placentia Bay,Newfoundland,in 1853, Charlotte White,Protestant,changed to RC religion because married to RC Robert Judge.
In Portugal Cove,St. John's,Newfoundland, slightly later in 1800s, Honora Judge was born. She and sister Bridget moved to USA for while,then back to Nfld. Honora married a man name Welsh(or Walsh) and settled in Montreal,Quebec. She died in 1919,and was buried in the WHITE family plot. Does anyone know why?
Is it possible these two White-Judge connections are close relatives? Judge is a very rare surname in Nfld.,so the two Judges are about 99.9% likely related. wardgreene@hotmail.com


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