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Thanks for your lovely email.Now l need to ask aquestion,
My sister Pam Macdonald has started up Clan Donald WA, they are in the process of setting up the web page, can Pam have your permission to add genealogy wise as a
link please. l know l am the other side of the country but have offered to help her out when ever l can. l do hope this doesn't come back to bite me :-))). l have absolutely enjoyed this site since joining.Mainly being able to help others break down their brickwalls,that is a real plus.
Thanks again Anita ,l will wait to hear your decision.
Many thanks& Regards to you all
no idea if this is one of yours,so here goes.Found this on my Glasow deaths1855 disc.
James Davie,Lucifer Match Maker.Male 39years born London.Died march 6 1855 at Royal Infirmary Glasgow.brought from Towns Hospital Glasgow.Died of phthsis & diahrrea.ill 6 weeks as certified by the warden.Signed James Brown Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Thought he may be connected.
Thank you. Jan's husband Norman is my cousin. He is also the High Commissioner for Clan Donald Australia. I am originally from Melbourne.
I would really like to thank Clan Donald N.S.W. & S.A. for the huge amount of support that they have given to me since I began Clan Donald W.A. In 2011 I will be in Scotland. Can't wait.
Hi I'm Pam from Perth.
About 3 months ago started up Clan Donald W.A. for the first time since the early 1900's. This is very exciting. Anyone out there who has links to Clan Donald I would love to hear from you. We have approx 30 members so far.And they are still coming. Our main aim is researching and keeping our Scottish heritage alive.
Never got to Cornwall as we left England when I was 10 in 1951 and I have not been back and now that is out of the question because of my disabilities. I love Robe as we live 6km out of the town and it is quiet and peaceful and the people in Robe are very friendly and caring. I had my transplant in Melbourne in the Alfred in 1996 and due to Ann's hobby (Showing Beagles) we do a fair bit of traveling
Anita I have been at this now for nearly 20 years and have been struggling along alone as I am a invalid pensioner and most of my family are in the UK except for the Keast who came from Cornwall and most settled around Bendigo