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From: keatinga <>
Subject: Re: Horribly lame question but...
Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2001 18:22:31 -0500
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I am, but my family came to the colonies in the 1800s or before.

Sorry mate.

nick wrote:
>
> Are you a Keating??? I am trying ot locate a Michael Keating. Maybe you
> know of him - ??? I am going to be ordering come birth certificate soon.
> I'm in the US but the Keating I'm looking for is from Haywards Heath UK.
> Annie
>
> p.s. Michael Keating's birth date should be between 1940 and 1945.
> "keatinga" <> wrote in message
> news:...
> > where exactly is one supposed to look for ancestry info?
> > got my parents tacked down, but all they know about is their parents.
> > so, i'm stuck at my grandparents and can't get further.
> > what kind of info is on death certs? should i bother paying for the
> > copies? and marriage certs too. i just don't want to shell out 10$ a
> > pop and find my 60$ didn't get me a darned thing.
> > and how does one get immigration info when you get back far enough?
> > thanks


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