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Re(1): Gibraltar & Menorca
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Hi Hugh,

we have some overseas data concerning Britons abroad, and military records too, but they don't go back as far as the mid to late 1700s.

I am reluctant to believe that Antonio Blanchard was British, as 'Antonio' is almost unheard of in Britain (where it is Anthony), and 'Antonio' is so typically Spanish (but also Portugese, Italian and Greek). The naming of his children also suggests he was not British.

I would dig further in Menorca.

Colin





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