A CHRISTMAS WISH
Dear Santa: Don't bring me new dishes,
I don't need a new kind of game.
Genealogists have peculiar wishes
For Christmas I just want a surname.
A new washing machine would be great,
But it's not the desire of my life.
I've just found an ancestor's birth date;
What I need now is the name of his wife.
My heart doesn't yearn for a ring
That would put a real diamond to shame.
What I want is a much cheaper thing;
Please give me Mary's last name.
To see my heart singing with joy,
Don't bring me a red leather suitcase,
Bring me a genealogist's toy;
a surname with dates and a place.
Special thanks to Tweetybird (The Ship's List)
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originating from LEIC. ENGLAND, WALES, N. IRELAND,
Settling in NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA,
ONTARIO, NOVA SCOTIA & NEWFOUNDLAND/LABRADOR CANADA.
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