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Old 08-27-2017, 09:44 AM
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Spent twelve hours following an exciting lead on Ethe Le Neve and It's come to horrible halt.
I need a drink.
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Old 08-27-2017, 11:32 AM
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i'd join you but Harvey has me under watch.
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I hope my niece and her family are safe from Hurricane Harvey.

What was the lead, Bill?
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Neave and family on a ship 1911. I feel like a gold prospector sieving for grains in disused mines.
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Neave and family on a ship 1911. I feel like a gold prospector sieving for grains in disused mines.
I've done enough work on Ancestry.com to understand what you mean. Sifting through pages of census forms trying to determine which surname is the one you need... Well, nevermind, Bill, persistence pays off eventually.
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I know. It all worked. Crossed referenced. Still worked. My excitement grew. Several other names proved my theory correct. I was ecstatic. Then one more time - just for luck. Neave, of the right age, rightly named relative, sailing on a ship to Canada ... and then continued to live with her husband after 1910.
The baggage!
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