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|Kathleen||Report||11 Dec 2003 21:51|
Found this snippet from the Liverpool Mercury Jan/15/1813 There is now living at the house of Mr John Mathews, Armagh ,a woman named Mary OBrien,aged 103,four generations of her lineal descendants reside with her. There is a probability from her health and strength,that she may live to see her grand daughters grand child,when she may be able to say,Rise up daughter,go to your daughter,for your daughters daughter has got a daughter. wonder if she ever did Kathleen