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  • Marion Peterson
    Sep 6, 2008
      I just received this message via another genealogy message group.
      In Calgary, it is on channel 45 at 9 pm (which is less than an hour from now).
      The season premiere was shown at the OGS Conference. I heard this one is a tear jerker!

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Fawne Stratford-Devai [mailto:fdevai@ rogers.com]
      September 6, 2008 2:00 PM
      To: Joyce Groves; JOAN M MGRIFFIN; Elise Cole; Edward Kipp; Dennis Mulligan; Dayle F; Cathy Wagner; Bob Dawes; mark.lloyd2@ sympatico. ca
      Cc: Pat Marshall; Nuala Farrell-Griffin; Mike More; Martha Hemphill; Janice Nickerson; Jane MacNamara; Helen Vaillancourt; Helen Doctor; Greg Reynolds; Gordon Watts; Gillian Taylor
      Subject: Ancestors in the Attic - Season Premiere
      Importance: High


      For your information - we did not learn about the premiere until now. Please circulate to others as you see fit.






      ----- Original Message -----

      Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2008 8:07 AM

      Subject: Ancestors in the Attic - Season Premiere




      Tonight, Ancestors in the Attic - Season III will premiere on History Television at 8pm with the broadcast of Lost Brothers.


      Lost Brothers is a story about 17-year-old Robbie McCauley. Growing up he always heard the stories about his great-great grandmother, Ada, who was born in 19th century London, England and put up for adoption as a child.  At the age of twelve, Ada was sent to Canada and never saw her family again.  It was a tragedy that haunted her for the rest of her life.  Now, over a century later, Robbie has asked Ancestors in the Attic for help in tracking down Ada¬ís lost brothers, and finally reuniting her long lost family.


      I hope you enjoy the new season.




      Dugald Maudsley

      Producer, Ancestors in the Attic