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Exiles / Re: CANADA TO-DAY.
« Last post by urneygirl on Today at 04:46:18 PM »
HI ALL,

JACKIE IT'S LOVELY TO SEE YOU, I HOPE ALL IS WELL WITH YOU AND THE FAMILY, I'M SURE YOU MISS YOUR TRIP TO BELFAST BUT HOPEFULLY THINGS WILL BE BETTER NEXT YEAR, SAY HI TO VI XOXO

JOHN, I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN ABOUT " HOMELAND " I THINK IT WENT A BIT TOO LONG AND THE LAST EPISODES WENT A BIT OFF TRACK. BUT WE STILL WATCHED IT  :D

SARAH, EILEEN'S FUNERAL WILL BE ON THURSDAY. MY BROTHER AND RONNIE BOTH MET THEIR FUTURE WIVES AT A DANCE WHEN THEY WERE TEENAGERS THEY HAVE STAYED FRIENDS THROUGH THE YEARS GOING ON HOLIDAYS TOGETHER  AND LIVING IN THE SAME TOWN. RONNIE & EILEEN HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FAMILY TO US.
EILEEN WILL BE SORELY MISSED.   :(
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Exiles / Re: CANADA TO-DAY.
« Last post by urneygirl on Today at 03:48:19 PM »
I LIZ,   HAPPY B-DAY TO YOU, :party: HAPPY B-DAY TO YOU, :party: HAPPY B-DAY DEAR LIZ :party: HAPPY B-DAY TO YOU. :party: 
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Hi

I have Hugh McGilton and Mary Cannning on my tree on Ancestry. I am not well-enough to tap out long messages but I would happily forward an invite to you either via your username (if you are on Ancestry) or via email (if you're not). I suspect you would have all the information, glancing at all the detailed info above, but you never know ...

Anyway, if I can be of help.

Pat
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Belfast Genealogy / Letitia Watson
« Last post by [email protected] on Today at 02:44:17 PM »
Hi

This is a long shot but I am desperate for help. I am looking for information on Letitia Watson (my great great grandmother). Her son Thomas Watson (my great-grandfather, 26 October 1869, Blackwaterstown, Co Armagh - died 15 September 1938 25 McDonnell Street) was born out of wedlock. I have NO direct information on Letitia (neither birth, death, or marriage). She may have died shortly after childbirth. Or there is a chance that she lived with, or near her brother David Watson (abt 1832 - 15 May 1906, 31 Waterford Street) as I suspect he reared my great grandfather. Or both notions could be incorrect. Anything at all would be really appreciated.
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Exiles / Re: CANADA TO-DAY.
« Last post by kraftcheese on Today at 03:57:14 AM »
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR LIZ.  HOPE YOU HAVE A LOVELY DAY.   :-*
🌹 🌹
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Exiles / Re: CANADA TO-DAY.
« Last post by SIXTYNINER on Today at 02:39:35 AM »
OH JACKIE,  IT'S SO NICE TO HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THAT BEAUTIFUL CAKE.  I COULD GO FOR A BIG SLICE NOW. HA.  I HOPE YOU AND VI ARE KEEPING WELL.   I GUESS YOU REALLY MISSED GOING  BACK HOME THIS YR.   I HOPE YOU WERE ABLE TO GO FOR  NICE LONG DRIVES EVEN IF YOU COULD NOT GET OUT OF THE CAR.  I  WAS TALKING TO MY SISTER TODAY AND SHE SAID  CROSSING THE BORDER IS OUT NOW AND THEY ARE CLOSING DOWN THE PUBS,  THINGS ARE GETTING REALLY STRICT OVER THERE NOW.    I NEED TO MOVE LOVE SO HUGS TO YOU AND VI.  KEEP WELL AND STAY SAFE.  LIZ  :-* :-*
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Exiles / Re: FIFTY YEARS IN CANADA
« Last post by JA on Today at 01:26:33 AM »

Hi JA,   i have had the opportunity to live and work in a lot of places,most of them enjoyable.

Where are you at ?

Hi Moorsy,
You should get all this together and publish it. So much interesting stuff. I am from london and use to work in your little gem of a town. :)
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Every international rugby teams aspires to beat the All Blacks. :)

Yes IrishGuard, lets see if Australia can crack them next weekend.Your avatar is like a photo Ive seen of Michael Collins.

You never know with Australia (The Wallabies) and New Zealand (All Blacks) but in any case a good game to watch.

The only Rugby Union I follow is at an international level although I do keep an eye on the London Irish.
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