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Hello from a new member


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Hello everyone,

A recent visit to Tenterfield, New South Wales, where my maternal grandmother's family settled after arriving from Ardfert in 1883, and where my family would spend a few days during Easter most years, has ignited an urge to research my family history. I understand my family migrated from Ireland on my mother's side, and England / Ireland on my father's side. I have so far found 2 cousins who began their family research a while before me.

What fun I am having :biggrin:, albeit frustrating, at times!!

Teresa. :

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