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From: John Fisher <>
Subject: FISHERS OF LANCS AND SUFFOLK
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 1999 10:50:40 -0800


Greetings from beautiful, sunny Point Roberts Washington. We're on a
real geographic anomaly. It's a tiny peninsula, less than 5 square miles
in area, that extends southwards from Vancouver on the West Coast of
Canada. To get here you have to leave The States and drive through 25
miles of Canada. The US/Candian border runs through the middle of the
peninsula so that the Northern half is in Canada and the southern half
in the States.

To work!

Is there anyone out there with FISHER ancestors in Ashton-Under-Lyne,
Lancashire, England, about 1840, or FISHERs of Newmarket, Suffolk, also
about 1840?

I'd surely like to hear of them.

Cheers!

John Fisher

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