Irish Immigration

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Hello, I'm Donna (Dobbins) Burns. Researching Dobbins--Burns--Dueley (Duelley)--Hamrick--mainly..Most are from Ireland or Scotland as near as I can trace.
in Genealogy Help by Donna Burns G2G Crew (530 points)
recategorized by Keith Hathaway
Do you have any first names, birth year, marriage year and or death year for any of the earlier Dobbins, Burns and Dueleys? Location at time of birth, marriage and death can be useful too. Locatiion can be country, state, province, county and or city.
Yes, there is John Dobbins,1from Scotland&1from Ireland,both early 1700's.
  Also was a John Dobbins married? Mary Boyd had several sons,from Ireland to North Carolina.

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I'm part of the Grosse-Ile project ... it was a quarantine station on an island in the St. Lawrence river.  Anyway, I did a quick look and there were some Burns folks from County Carlow and County Armagh and lots more listed.  Nothing for the other names.  Anyway, you can continue the Burns search at:  http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/immigration/immigration-records/immigrants-grosse-ile-1832-1937/Pages/search.aspx
by Bob Jewett G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
Yes, I have some records of few Burn's from Armagh,Londonderry.Have'nt seen any from Carlow

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