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are there any [conlan family members] on the famliy treecircles

Query by vincentmichael

I am unable to find any connection for a miss Elizabeth Mary,conlan [maiden name] this lady was born in 1931/32,so I'm left with the possibility that the lady in question emigrated now I do know that according to the history the family originate from Kellystown,wolf hill in the Irish Republic, that most of the family emigrated to the United States of America location unknown what I'm trying to find out it is impossible that this lady who disappears off record in 1956 London England United Kingdom may have emigrated to the United States of America unfortunately I have no idea how to track such a person overseas this person is my mother and all I wish to do is make contact with her children or herself there is no malice intended whatsoever if anyone should have any contact or know-how to make contact please let me know your advice would be most appreciated

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on 2013-04-17 10:24:32

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by vincentmichael on 2014-04-13 16:03:22

I have been investigating the disappearance of my mother Elizabeth Mary Conlan for nearly 30 years,in a very last-ditch attempt I placed this advert on this page it has become apparent to me that I'm wasting your time and my time, I have spent the last 12 months reviewing the situation and have come to the conclusion that if she is alive and well she has done her best to hide herself when plus i suspect she also did get married and possibly has children they may not even be aware I exist I've been involved in the project a place called Croome Park,this is situated just outside the town of,Pershore outside Worcester, Worcestershire,in the United Kingdom I spent a long time there as a child, so if any member of this family should come looking out of curiosity that is where you'll find the legacy of the children of St Josephs, it is also were they will find my story. I thank you all very much patients and I bid you good day,

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