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At 9:03am on August 27, 2009, Paul Caverly said…
Andrew Stutt, born Ireland (1862-1925) married Jane Caroline Hunter, born Ireland (1862-1911). Married in Toronto, Ontario Canada. They had 13 children born in Ontario; James Archibald, Margaret Magalene, William Andrew, Mary Jane, Charles, Ralph, Elizabeth, Arabella, John, Sarah Ann, Susan, Irwin, Edward.
At 5:45pm on August 25, 2009, Paul Caverly said…
The STUTT surname in my family appear to have originated in Ireland.
At 2:58pm on July 22, 2009, Wendy Archer said…
Hello -

Do come & join the England group -
http://www.genealogywise.com/group/england/

It has links to many of the county groups now, so is an excellent central
point for links round the country, and a focal point for news & discussions
relevant to England.

And RIP Don Steele !

Wendy
At 9:22am on July 17, 2009, Karen Glass said…
Hi Jan,
Nice to see you are signed up. I'm not sure how often I will be checking this site, but you also have my email. Bob and I are hoping to get over to Lincs next year again. I will be going to Salt Lake City again in Oct. Hope to find out more about our PORTASes... not much new going on right now.
At 6:19am on July 14, 2009, Debra Dee Munn said…
Thanks for your comment, Janet. Interestingly, several branches of my birth family hail from Yorkshire, not too far from Knaresborough. I'm sure we've all got sheep (and horse!) stealers in our families somewhere! :-)
At 5:40am on July 14, 2009, Debra Dee Munn said…
Hi, Janet, My adoptive mother is descended from Peacocks and Richardsons who emigrated from England (probably Lancashire or Yorkshire) to Clinton County, Michigan in the 1830s. I've been trying to find out their locations before emigrating, but I'm not having much luck. Do you think we could be connected?

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