My grandmother comes from the UK, but we don't know or have any contact with any family that may still reside there.
My grandmother did not maintain her citizenship, but I just learned that my great grandfather and great grandmother maintained their citizenship for their entire life and my great grandfather was a member of the armed forces in the UK.
I just found out that I was mistaken, my grandmother was actually born in Canada. It's my great grandparents that are from England, but I'm not sure where specifically or when they came over to Canada, but it would have to be late 1890's to early 1900's at the absolute latest as I'm certain that my grandmother was born prior to 1910, but do not know the exact date.
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