◻ Child(ren) of Anna Mary Malcolm

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Here is their mother’s info on a public ancestry.com tree: https://www.ancestry.ca/family-tree/person/tree/16985690/person/975784360/facts

Mostly I just need to copy info and sources…

 

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Found a relative's tree with a ton of info (see description), I just need to manually move it over to familysearch... Copied her husband Thomas Francis Cleary. * [ ] Add children and full individual details --done James McNamra Cleary (but not children and spouse) --done: Thomas Francis Cleary (but not children and spouse) --done: Jseoph Patrick Cleary (but not children and spouse) --done: Archibald William Cleary (and wife; no children or parents of wife) --done: VIncent Gordon Cleary (and wife, no children or parents of wife) * [ ] Add Spouses and full details * repeat until no info * [ ] go back to Anna Mary Malcolm, and do her parents * [ ] do her husband and his parents * [ ] do their children and husbands and children * [ ] sheesh it's a lot and I suppose we could do her husband Francis' parents etc

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