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From: Angus Ferguson <>
Subject: Muir in Quincy.
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 22:08:11 +0000
Can I please thank everyone who has helped me in my search for Annie and
William Muir in Quincy, c. 1906. You have all been very kind.
As Annie does not appear in either the 1910 or 1920 censuses, and there is
no absolute evidence for William, I can only assume that either or both died
or moved quickly form Quincy. I have checked the IGI for deaths in
Massachusetts, to no avail. Is there any other method of checking online for
vital records in the state, before I move on in my hunt? I'm going to do
more research into other shipbuilding cities in the USA, and re - begin my
hunt there. I'll also widen my search to other continents. These people are
proving to be a real challenge! My Ferguson family usually are!
A great list, and I'd love any excuse to hang around longer and maybe help
with connections on the other side of the Atlantic? While I'm still here,
then just ask and I'll see what I can find. I can do most Scottish, English
and Welsh census searches from 1841 - 1901, as well as English and Welsh
BMD/BDM searches post 1837 for statutory vital records. Post 1901 British
censuses are still, ridiculously, not available!
Angus Ferguson. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
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