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  • 10 December 2023 10:17 AM
    Reply # 13289195 on 13289065

    Thank you for your feedback and sharing this resource. Perhaps you could share these findings at the next meeting?

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  • 09 December 2023 5:35 PM
    Message # 13289065

    Hi All, Today’s USA and Canada Research Group meeting was very interesting with some amazing research presented. Some of the people in our family tree ended up in Canada for a time through their military backgrounds. They have been easily traced through Canadian records on Ancestry, FindMyPast and through Canadian government records. One of the descendants of a military man posted to Canada was born in England. The son spent time as a youth in Ontario then returned to the US as an adult. On FindMyPast, I found the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800–1848 very useful in tracing this man’s arrival in the US. Although the passenger information raises a lot of fascinating questions. Other USA  and Canada researchers might find this resource useful. 

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