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Welcome to thee genealogy inne.


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Welcome to thee genealogy inne, where we can talk about our anceftorf while fupping a good pint of Guineff and chatting about the cenfufes and civil regiftration pluf other hiftoric thingf. It if impoffible to trace all of thou kinfolk but we do try to get back to ye 1600f. In thif year of our Lord Two Thoufand and Ten with fo many genealogy refourcef online genealogy if becoming fo much eafier. My forebearf came from our Capital City of London, Fuffolk, Effex, Oxfordfhire, Fuffex, Fcotland, France, Norfolk, Buckinghamfhire, Durham, Yorkfhire and one thou faid anceftor of mine emigrated to Pennfylvania in Feptember in the year of our Lord One Thoufand Eight Hundred And Eighty Fix on the Lord Gough Fteamfhip.


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Wilmington, North Carolina
need a good ale and an ear to vent into. At one of the old houses I guide and do research had a history day set up by the new board(who were not around to do the work). they jumped on the painted wagon that had nothing to do with house. bad history:mad: they never gave a tour so they had it set up backwards.
there are days

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