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Trying to find Harkin
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|Fionuala||Report||13 Apr 2004 16:59|
My name is Fionuala and I am the youngest daughter of Joseph Harkin. My family live in Nottingham, England. There is 7 of us altogether. Trying to find relatives belonging to Joseph Francis Harkin, born appx. 1938 in Longford. He has a brother Michael and Johnny who is deceased. Two sisters as we know of, Bridget in England, and Kathleen of New York, deceased. His mother was called Julia, and his father Michael who died when Joseph was young. We have never met our relatives in NY, or even been in contact before, and it would be great to hear from any of them, or anyone who knows them. Likewise, it would be great to hear from anyone who may be even slightly distant related. It is a lot of history in my family that we know very little about, and if anyone has any information, please, please come forward.