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Stephen Simpson Posted - 07 March 2013 : 07:23:01
Wondering if Sorly is or was a place in Wigtownshire?
A McNelley ancestor was perhaps born there and we are wanting to find where it is.
Stephen and Jeanette
Aussie Simpsons
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Stephen Simpson Posted - 07 March 2013 : 21:50:08
Thank you George, will look into that.
george goodfellow Posted - 07 March 2013 : 16:07:21
Hi Stephen.

When I lived in Wigtownshire, a small village I used to visit was SORBIE, you can find it on Google maps - 6 Mile south of Wigtown and 5 mile north Whithorn. depending on how it was written and spelt it could have looked like Sorby

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