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From: robert williams
Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 9:45 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] Ancetory.Com
If any kind soul out there has a subscription to those awfully nice
could they have a gander for me in their free indexes on Emigration, for a
Robert BURNELL who went out to America in 1825 on the Ship
"South Boston"of Boston.He was aged 69 on that Voyage.He took his Brother in
Law Thomas JOHN
with him.[I have a copy of the Ship's Passengers]
I don't know if they had Emigrated though?
Also,Robert's Dad Richard BURNELL was also back and fore to America prior to
1783 when the American War started.
He was in Philadelphia for 15 years prior to that date.
Robert BURNELL,born 1756 at Newton Nottage being my 4 x great,grandfather.
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