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Offline Mary50

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Re: Italian to English translations
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 14:46 GMT (UK) »
Yes, when you get further back, the mothers are not noted.  Since you have their ages, hopefully, you can manage to get a hold of the birth records.

By the way, I see you have an Ullmann in your genealogy.  My husband's gg-grandmother was an Ullmann.  Her father, Francis, was a United Empire Loyalist from the Hudson Valley in New York.  During the American Revolution he fought for England.  He went first to Quebec with his militia and then Ontario.  Agnes Ullmann was born in Williamsburg , Ontario. 

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Re: Italian to English translations
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 19:24 GMT (UK) »
I do!  One of my Grandfathers Auntís married an Ullmann.  This line is in Germany.  My Mom and her parents moved to Canada in the late 1950ís.

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Ireland: Andrew, Thompson
Scotland: Crerar, Carmichael, McDuffie, McFie, McLergan, Sword, Young
England: Grisdale, Garside, Booth, Robertshaw
Germany: Nawroth, Peiser, Schroder, Ullmann, Weidmann
Italy: Nicoletti, Torbole and Zuglioni