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Trying to find Gibson
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|Lindsay||Report||27 Apr 2006 21:19|
Gibson's in County Donegal Any Gibson's living in or around Raphoe and Lifford or Belleholly I would like to hear from you. My grandparents Andrew and Mary came to New Zealand in 1913 because his brother Campbell and wife Catherine (Crawford) came here around 1876. Their parents were John and Ellen (Wray) and could have come from Scotland prior to settling in County Donegal. So Cousins still there send me a message. There is one called Sadie who's grandfather was William who talked about the brothers going to New Zealand Thanks Lindsay Gibson