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A genealogy question, now there's a shock :)

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~Lynda~ Report 25 Feb 2013 22:17

That's right Sue, I now hope you are going to tell me that you are a long lost cousin, and have both trees going back to year dot...I didn't think so :-D

Have you found something?

 Sue In Yorkshire.

Sue In Yorkshire. Report 25 Feb 2013 22:50

According to Elizabeth's death notice on FMP she was 89 yrs old,which makes her born any month after end of March 1811 til Dec 1811.

Just going to dig a bit deeper on Familysearch.

I am almost sure that she was born in England,(Gut feeling) not Portugal as she would only remember living there from being little.

Will get back to you if I find anything important.


~Lynda~ Report 25 Feb 2013 23:38

Sue on every census 1841-1891, she says she was born in Portugal, so I'm pretty sure she would have been. Thanks for looking though :-D