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TRACEY, Mary from Dublin Ireland transported to Pt Arthur Tasmania
Mary TRACEY was described as INFAMOUS - she was originally from Dublin The Prison Authorities in Port Arthur Tasmania described my direct ancestor Mary TRACEY as INFAMOUS - one can only imagine what she did to earn that tag. Mary TRACEY was born in Ireland - and possibly in Dublin Ireland - circa 1790 - that is a very rubbery guess. She had a child with Thomas SCOTT in Launceston Tasmania in 1814. It is rumoured that she had an earlier child - perhaps in Ireland? She was convicted in Dublin Ireland and transported to Australia in 1809. Sadly there is no record that I can find to tell me who her mother and perhaps her father (if she knew the latter) were. I am hoping that a TRACEY descendant with links to Dublin Ireland might recall a family story about a female member of the TRACEY family being transported to Australia around 1809. There were other convicts from Dublin Ireland with the surname TRACEY but so far none seem related. The said above Thomas SCOTT by the way was from Surrey England
red mail Egan family
My father was Leo Egan born approximately 1938 or a year or so earlier. He worked as a French courier in about 1959. I live in South Africa and would appreciate any information about him or his family.Cathy
red mail Catherine GEARY born C1833
Catherine GEARY was my GGGrand Mother who came to Australia as an Irish Orphan on the Thomas Arbuthnot, arriving Feb. 1850. According to her Death Cert. her Parents were John Geary and Mary. We know she was in the North Dublin Workhouse prior to leaving Ireland but have been unable to discover any-thing further back than that. She married Joseph Russell in Australia in 1851. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Grants of Glencullen Co Dublin
I am searching for information on Michael Grant born 20 June 1905 in Glencullen Co Dublin. His parents were Patrick Grant and Jane Boylan. His grandfather was Patrick as well. He was a army pensioner from Tipperary on the 1911 census. I am interested in where the Grant family went when they left Glencullen. Any information much appreciated. Luke
red mail Christopher Ledwidge
My ancestor was born in Dublin in 1799 both himself and his brother James born 1794 were convicted in May 1821 & sent to jail in Dublin then to Australia on the Isabella. Trying to find other about James Ledwidge. Had previously had him as married to mary smith but this is incorrect so desperately trying to find information. Any help very appreciated
red mail William Reynolds
Looking for info on William REYNOLDS: married Rosanna Kearns, Sept. 1886. She remarried in 1891. No local record for Williams death.
red mail Thomas Meredith
I am searching for Thomas Meredith born abt 1811 of Dublin married to a Margaret Thompson also born in abt 1811 of Cork. They had 5 children born in Ireland William Henry, Margaret, David, Elizabeth and Jane. They emigrated to Canada in the 1840's and had 5 more children; Robert, John T, Joseph, Mary Ann and Martha. Trying to find more information on this family such as their parents and have information regarding them after they emigrated to Canada.
red mail Roger WEBB
If anyone has any information about the following please let me know. Roger Webb (about 1720-?), married Bridget (1720-?), child Mary 1746-81 married George (Jorgen) Eskildson (1738-1807).
red mail Elizabeth MCCARTHY/CONLAN
If anyone has any information about the following please let me know. Elizabeth McCarthy married William Conlan (?-1829), children Bridget 1797-1833, Daniel William, Edwin, Elizabeth, John, Maria and William Peter.
red mail HOUSTON / HOUSTAN Jonathan Turner
Jonathan Turner HOUSTON sometimes recorded as Turner HOUSTON, birth details and parents unknown. In 1825 in Dublin he married Lucy O'HALLORAN (1806 - 1889). They had children John, Joseph, Charles Patrick and Richard. In 1844 Lucy Houston married Redmond BARRETT (1799-1865). Jonathan supposedly interned in the now demolished Round Church on Trinity Street Dublin. Would be most grateful for any information regarding this family.
red mail GIBSON family circa 1820-1920 in Dublin
Hello, My great-grandfather George Alexander (Alex) GIBSON migrated to the U.S. from Dublin in 1867. He married and raised his family here in the States and we have that U.S. genealogy to present. I am looking for his family he left behind in Ireland. The known and sourced facts we know are as follows: Born in 1846 in Dublin, he was 21 when he came to the States and his younger half-sister Marcella Gibson came with him on the ship. He was born in 1846 according to ship records, U.S. census reports and etc. I know for sure that he had a brother named William who had written him a letter from a 20 Upper Pembroke Street in Dublin, according to the return address on the envelope (That letter is in our family possession). This was in November of 1903. His brother William's letter to him is the only established link that I have of his family in Ireland. No other real facts in the letter about family members are mentioned in the letter, but there are named references to friends of the family in Dublin and surrounding area such as Mary Anne Shaw who married a James Hall, eldest son of Robert Hall, and someone named Amby who died in Oct. of 1903 in County Waterford. I have clues to possible family members from other sources such as his father/mother but not confirmed. Possible names of the parents he left behind include: father Thomas (Tom)GIBSON , and mother ?BOULE (last name only) from Scotland. Thank you. William
My grandfather William Frederick Jones was born in Dublin in 1848. In 1863 he came to New Zealand on the Hellvellen with his parents George William Jones and Mary Anne Jones, nee Bennett. As well there were 2 sisters, Mary Anne and Sarah who were older him. They were born in Dublin. As Dublin is a large city I don't know where to start looking and hope someone will be able to help me. I would be very grateful for any information I can get Margaret (from New Zealand)
red mail Wright Stephens Stevens
Wright-STEPHENS Dublin City, Baile Atha Cliath, and Parish County Dublin AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ON Ethel NEE Wright STEPHENS .DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM AND LOUISA NEE( WALLACE).Ethel WAS BORN CIRCA 1909 IN DUBLIN.RESIDED FOR A TIME IN BELVEDERE ROAD.MARRIED PATRICK STEPHENS IN 1934.Wendy and Patricia are daughters . Still hoping for info .
Rev John Cavanagh Royal Navy chaplain
Rev John Cavanagh, born Dublin in 1844. Appointed Royal Navy Chaplain in 1877, married Amy Bellwood Garfit in 1881, 3 sons John Duncan Macaulay Cavanagh 1882, (later Paymaster General RN), Francis Garfit Cavanagh 1883, and Herbert Garfit Cavanagh 1884. Various postings, principally Bermuda in 1893. Amy Bellwood Garfit was a daughter of Frederic and Eliza Georgina Garfit from Scawby/ Glandford Brigg Lincolnshire. She was born 1857 and died in Bermuda 1894.
I am trying to trace my the Carrroll Irish relatives shown on the Liverpool Census Records. Please note that there appears to be different spelling of the surname on three consecutive census returns - on the 1881 Census the family name is shown as Caryl. On the 1891 the family name is shown as Cahill and in 1901 the family name was shown as Carroll which is the name used for the family from that date. So I'm not sure what would have been the irish version of the surname or if they were just transcription errors. They are Terrance Caryl (Carroll) Born abt 1831 in Dublin He was shown as a foundry a labourer in Liverpool on the 1881 Census. He was shown as being 50 years old at the time of the census. He was shown as a widower at that point and was living with his son Thomas. Haven't found any record of the marriage of Terrance in Liverpool as yet and may have married in Ireland before moving to Liverpool. His son Thomas Caryl (Carroll) was also shown as being born in Dublin, born abt 1856 and was shown as a boiler maker labourer. He was married to Mary who was born in Liverpool abt 1857.Their children at that point were, Terrance, Thomas and Mary A all born in Liverpool.Grateful for any assistance anyone can give. Many thanks.
I'm looking for information on my dad who we know was born in Dublin, we also know he had siblings called Patrick, Peter, Rita, Elizabeth and May. We know that Peter passed away at a young age. Dad moved to England and married my mum in 1950's on Saint Patricks day. I would love more information on his Irish years before coming to England.
red mail Hayden, John, from Ireland
My g g Grandfather John Hayden came to the USA around 1841. I am not sure where he lived in Ireland, some distant cousin said he was from Dublin. He married my g g grandmother Catherine Van Buskirk in Ohio in 1843. I do not know where they lived until 1860. They were in the 1860 census living in Monroe County, Waterloo, Illinois. They had seven sons, the second oldest Ralph was my Grandfather, he died August 1881. John died January 1889 and Catherine died April 1890. I have not been able to locate any information on John, I think he was born about 1814 or 1815, place and parents names unknown. I believe they were Catholic. The problem Is that even though Catherine was born in the US, it has been difficult to locate information on her. I am seeking descendents of John Hayden and information they have will be appreciated. Thanks
John Joseph Rafferty bn in Dublin 1924 and died in the West Midlands 1991. Possible siblings Patrick, Peter, Elizabeth, May and Rita (also all bn in Dublin)... Could any of these people be your ancestors? Do you have any of these names in your family tree? .. if so, please get in touch.
red mail John (Jack) Harding, Glencullen, b 1918
Are there any relatives of this man out there? he was mnarried to Gladys (surname unknown) and had two daughters, Carol and Cathy. As far as is known, Gladys was English, and they lived almost all of their life in UK. Jack worked as a groom, but where we dont know. He was born in 1918, in Glencullen, mother Martha (father unknown) and had a rother George, born in 1926. Maggie
red mail Dinah Dalton
Dinah or Dina Dalton Dublin city around 1906 Might originally be from Borris in Co. Carlow
red mail mcguiness
trying to find relatives. my grandmothers names was bella my fathers name was patrick. he died in 1955. he had one sister eileen who had daughter ivy and brothers johnny to name but a few.i think he emigrated to america. my mothers name was wilson and her name was rose. they lived in cabra. they were a musical family and had a band in the 50s.. my mother and father went to live in uk in 1945 but went back to ireland frequently.
red mail Saul family Dublin
My grandmother was Elizabeth Amy Wright born Saul (around 1854) from Dublin. Her parents were Thomas and Bridget Saul nee Byrne. Elizabeth went to Australia and met and married my Grandfather John George Wright there. I am trying to trace the other members of her family and the ancestry of her parents. Her brother was Thomas Saul,father of Capt Paddy Saul the Irish aviator who flew with Smithy in the Southern Cross. Any info welcomed.
red mail Edward Crowe
I am searching for Irish family of Edward Crowe who was transported to Australia on the "Clyde" from Dublin arriving in Port Jackson on 10 September 1838. He later settled in Wellington, New Zealand in about 1849.
red mail May Ida Harding/e
Hi. My grandmother was May Ida Hardinge born in Dublin c. 1878. She was a governess/nanny in India to a family named Deane. Mr Deane was the Resident Engineer on Rajputana-Malwa Railway in Mhow. May married my grandfather Murdoch Tulloch in Mhow in 1903. May had a sister Elizabeth born c.1874 in Dublin. It appears from the documents I have regarding Elizabeth that she travelled to the US in or around 1885 and married a man called Orizon Edson in Manhattan, New York in 1899 they had two sons, Milton Wesley Edson and Albert Edson. I have a fair amount of info on Elizabeth and her family but the information on my grandmother May Hardinge is scant save for what I have already written here. On her marriage certificate Elizabeth gives her parents' names as James H Harding and her mother is Mary J Johnston. I would love to find out more of my grandmother's life prior to her marriage. Can anyone give me any information on the Hardinge family of Dublin. My grandmother insisted that the 'e' on the end of her name be used whilst Elizabeth seemed to have dropped the 'e'. Many thanks Dorothy
red mail SHERIDAN
Charles Sheridan and Anne McDonnell married 1860, Calry, Sligo. They had Mary Ann 1861, Bridget 1862 and Ellen 1864, all in Sligo. They may be the same couple who had Catherine and Margaret 1867, and Eliza Jane 1869 in Belfast, and/or Sara 1879, Patrick 1872, Patrick James 1874 , Charles and Margaret 1876, and Charles 1879, all in Dublin. Ellen married in Dublin, which suggests the family may have moved there. Unable to find Charles or Ann in census. Any information which would establish a link/otherwise would be greatly appreciated.
red mail The Garretts
I am looking for any information of the early life of Mary Jane Garrett. She was born about 1838 in Queens County Dublin and her parents were John Garrett, agent & sportsman and Anne Kelly. I believe she came to Australia about 1864, and married George Thomas Gibson, a mariner, 5th November 1864 in Melbourne. Her parents were not present which suggests they were deceased or still in Ireland. Mary Jane married three times and died 15th October 1906 in New South Wales her then husband being John Allen. I know quite a lot about after she first married in 1864 I know only little about her or her parents in Ireland.
red mail HUGHES
Hello looking for family info on Hughes of Dublin
WARD, LAURENCE - TRANSPORTED TO AUSTRALIA. My ggrandfather Laurence Ward, born about 1813, Dublin, a soldier, was transported to Australia on the convict ship 'Waterloo' in 1836. He used the alias JOHN LOWRY/LOWREY. His mother was MARY BURN or BYRNE. He married ALICE FRIEZE/FREESE in Australia. Does anyone have any information about this family, especially in Ireland?
red mail Alice Murray born Dublin about 1885
Alice Murray married William Davis in London in 1910 and they lived in the Paddington area. Alice was described as 'resident of Dublin' in the 1911 census, and her marriage certificate gives her father as Edward Murray, a Cooper. Does anyone recognise this Murray family?
red mail SCULLY, Mary
Born in Dublin in about 1815, Mary was a house maid, transported for theft in 1835. She arrived in Australia on the 'Roslin Castle' and married William Clifford, and after his death Thomas O'Connor (or Connors). Mary had a long life, dying in 1896 in Stanthorpe, Queensland. Her seven children left many descendants. I believe her father's name was Thomas and would love to find out more about her Irish family connections.
red mail Byrne from Dublin
My great Grandfather Daniel Byrne was born abt 1868 I think his brothers were John, Joseph, Ignatius and parents I believe were Thomas Byrne & Rebecca OConnor. Do not know what happened to Daniel Byrne abt 1868 - ??? Daniel Byrne married Mary Cummins born abt 1876 (Christina Mary Cummins) though called herself Mary (Maryanne Cummins was her mother, Father not known) Do not know what happened to Mary Byrne abt 1875abt - ??? Daniel & Mary Byrnes children were: Daniel Thomas Byrne b: abt 1893 who died in WW1 - 11099 Private Daniel BYRNE - RDF 1st Battalion Killed in action 15th June 1915.. Age 22. Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery - Turkey. Son of Mary Byrne, of 6 Vances Buildings, Bishop St, Dublin. Gallipoli Medal card gives KIA 15.6.1915. Edward Ignatius Byrne b: abt 1895 died in WW1  10225 CPL Edward Byrne - RIR - Killed in France 31.8.1916. Rebecca Mary Byrne (My Great Grandmother) b: 1898 died 1989 and Married a William Fox from England whom I believe was NOT a Roman Catholic and apparently this caused a rift ?? Rebecca lived in England until she died. Rebecca & William had a Son whom lives in England and a daughter whom went to live in Australia until she died of breast cancer. Mary Anne Byrne b: abt 1900 - ?? Married ?? Thomas Joseph Byrne B: abt 1902 - ?? Married ?? Christina Byrne B: abt 1904 - ?? Married ?? Lizzie Byrne B: abt 1906 - ?? Married ?? 1901 Census had the Byrne family living at 26.6 Cumberland Street (South Trinity) DUBLIN. With Mother in law Maryanne Cummins. 1911 Census had the Byrne Family living at 13 Vances Building DUBLIN CITY Minus Daniel Junior. 1915 It is noted that when Daniel Junior Died his Mother was living at 6 Vances Buildings, Bishop St, Dublin. No mention of his Father did he die between 1911-1915 ?? 1923 It is Noted that Mary Byrne was still living at 6 Vances Buildings, Bishop St, Dublin. As it is on My Great Grandmother Rebeccas daughters birth certificate that Mary Byrne was present at birth her signature was a X. I would love to know what happened to the Byrne Relatives but am drawing blanks where ever I go.
red mail JANE JOLLY
Can anyone confirm that Jane Jolly b. 1843 in Dublin, married Robert Yates in 1858? If this information is correct was the marriage legal, as she was only 15 at that time. Was it legal for a girl to marry at 15? If it is correct can anyone help me with the names and d.o.b. of her parents? Very many thanks to anyone who can help me in this matter.
red mail DUNK
Jesse DUNK was a Sergeant-Major in the Dublin Garrison on his return from India. He had a son THOMAS by his wife first Jane. My cousin has done some research, but not final. Any more?
red mail O'Hagan and Watson
Looking for details for James O'Hagan and Ellen Watson who married in North Dublin in 1866. Known children: Susanna Mary O'Hagan born 1867 Dublin, John O'Hagan born 1868 Sligo, Maurice O'Hagan born 1869 Dublin, and male O'Hagan born Dublin 1871. Ellen Watson was born in Edenderry, Co Offaly (Kings Co) in 1849. No more details after 1871, what happened to them ?
red mail Butler
Any information for an Eliza Butler born about 1826 in Dublin.Married in London 1848.
red mail Dockrell
I am trying to find the parents of Joseph Dockrell born 1851 who married Annie Maria Matilda Nelson in 1877. I believe they were called Joseph and Margaret but am unable to find out more than that.
red mail McKenna
Francis McKenna baptised 12 July 1848, St Paul's Arran Quay. Parents Anthony and Eliza(beth) nee Kennedy. Christopher born ?1856. Would love more information.
red mail Eliza Galbraith and James Henry Obrien
Hello I am searching for any information regarding my great great grand parents. Eliza and James Obrien my gg grandmars maden name was galbraith. They as far as I know had six children... Mary ellen. James Henry. Eliza. Maggy.William and my great grandad Henry James. my g grandads brothers and sisters were born in Dublin. Templemore Tiparary and mallow co cork. my G Grandad was born in Berkshire england.I would be so gratefull for any info.
red mail Ellen McKenna
familysearch says Ellen McKenna 1867-1909, death registered Dublin South. Any details greatly appreciated.Have death registration North Dublin for an Ellen McKenna died 16 Mar 1909 in Mater hospital, age 42. Address from Newtown Dundalk, farmer's wife. Appears this is Ellen McKenna nee Boyle, married to considerably older James McKenna. I'm looking for Ellen McKenna nee Sheridan, married to Christopher McKenna. Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Nellie Egan
looking for any information about Nellie Egan born 1878 in Ireland unfortunatley this is all the information I have so anything else would be much appreciated. Thanks Susan
red mail finding Bennett
This is my great-great-grandfather Richard Bennett and his family , my great-grandfather was his son Charles Bennett, and he moved back to Dublin with a few of his family as they are in the 1901 census for that year , living with their sister Bridget ,who also left Scotland and moved back to Dublin and was now married with a family of her own , but their father and mother seem to have stayed behind in Scotland, and it is them who I would like some information on , as I cant find them in the 1901 or 1911 Irish census 1881: Parish: Glasgow Barony; ED: 87; Page: 10; Line: 8; (in the care of the GRO for Scotland) Richard Bennett 36, Iron Moulder, Ireland, Dublin Marcella Bennett 36, Ireland Richard Bennett 13, Ireland Mary Ann Bennett 8, Partick, Lanarkshire Henry Bennett 6, Glasgow Bridget Bennett 3, Glasgow Marcella Bennett 1, Glasgow
Still looking for information on this family at BLESSINGTON STREET, Dublin. William, Attorney; wife Henrietta/Hester DUNN(E)dau of Arthur DUNNE(E)and Jane GORDON Married St Mary's, Dublin 1785 Children: John Arthur Hunter, Solicitor Clara Wilhelmina Hunter William Hunter, Lieutenant RN James Henry Hunter, Lieutenant RN
red mail White/Doyle/Kenna Families
All the following people state on UK census that they were born in Ireland and family hearsay says the Dublin area. I wonder if anyone has come across them in their research - Roland White b 1808/11?, son James White b 1836 m Mary A (Ann) b 1836.Martin Kenna b 1834 m Bridget Doyle b 1849. They all died in Liverpool. Would be grateful for any information.
red mail Walthew
I should like any information about George Molyneux Walthew who married Maria Hall from Norfolk and lived in Dublin about 1840.
red mail looking for Ann Vectiva
I am looking for my great grandmother ANN VECTIVA believed born in Dublin 1845. She married a JOHN WYATT possibly while he was stationed in Ireland with the Royal Horse Artillery.
red mail Barry William Grogan Murphy/ Anne Rooan
Barry William Grogan Murphy and Anne Rooan were the parents of John Grogan Murphy. Nothing is known about these individuals although they were living in Dublin between 1830 and 1844 when their children, Richard, William, John Grogan,Robert Joseph and catharine were born. They appear to have been living within the parish of St Andrews or St Michans at this time. Does anyone have knowledge of this family or where they came from please?Regards, Pauline
red mail John Grogan Murphy
John Grogan Murphy was my gg grnd father. He was born in Dublin and his wife Rose (nee Armstrong) came from Fintona in Tyrone. They went to Liverpool to live and were named in the 1871 census. However, it is not known when they moved or where in Dublin they lived. John Grogan Murphy and his sibling(with the exception of 1 baptised at St Michan's) were baptised in St Andrews RC church. One of the sponsors for John's brother Richard was a John Grogan. Has anyone any idea where in Dublin this family lived or who John Grogan might be please? Regards, pauline
red mail Thomas McKinley
I am looking for Thomas Joseph McKinley living in Edgbaston, Birmingham in 1950, formally of Dorset street, Dublin city, Ireland. He was born in 1931 in the Rotunda hospital in Dublin. He married Mary Synnott in 1950 in Rathgar, Dublin, Ireland. I am a close family member and look forward in getting in contact with him or any member of his family.
Seeking information on James Grennan, born Dublin about 1829, father Edward Grennan. He married Ann Reilly or O'Reilly in London in 1851.
red mail CONYNGHAM
Seeking information on Edward Conyngham who was born in Dublin circa 1806 to parents unknown. Left Dublin and travelled to Australia in 1828. It is known Edward had a brother Patrick born in Dublin circa 1876
red mail Doyle - Dermot/Anthony/Gerry/Tony/Kevin
Am looking for information on my father's family. My dad was born in 1939, and named Dermot Peter Doyle, although he went by the name Peter. He was one of 4 or 5 brothers, and no sisters (I think). His father was Anthony, as was one of his brothers. I am led to believe his other brothers were Gerry and Kevin. His father was a police officer. His mother was Margaret, nee Donnegan or Dunnegan, from Gowran near Kilkenny I think. Any help would be so appreciated
red mail mccullagh?fitzsimons
any info please james mccullagh born dublin 1907 margaret mary mccullagh (molly) born dublin 1910 kathleen mccullagh born dublin 1913 theresa martin christina mccullagh born upper buckingham st dublin 1917 parents joseph and catherine mccullagh nee fitzsimons patrick born north dublin union workhouse 1920 catherine died 1922 girls brought up in sacred heart home drumcondra james in artane i think all moved to england no info on baby patrick and what happened to the father joseph any help would be great thanks
red mail Hussey, Murrydon
I am searching for info on Patrick Hussey and wife Mary Murrydon. Family legend is the family owned a linen mill. They emigrated to America circa 1842 with daughter Margaret, who was approx 6 or 7 years old. She married Owen Cunningham in 1854 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Any info is appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Chapelizod
I am seeking information of the ancestry of James Craig, born in Chapelizod, Dublin c 1876 and married there in 1899 to Bridget McCloughlin. In the 1901 and 1911 censuses he was living in New Row, New Kilmainham. In 1931 on his son's marriage certificate in Islington he was described as a tramways inspector.
red mail Clinton/McClinton
Hi i'm trying to trace the descendants of Mary Jane Clinton. I've always been told that she was of irish birth, but it seems she was actually born in blackburn, lancs. However am unable to find a father or mother for her (?) does any one know the name of samuel clinto?
red mail Patrick Joseph Lonergan
Patrick Joseph Lonergan was a stationer in Dublin, at 4 Normanton Terrace, Sandymount in 1865. His wife was Caroline Fricker, daughter of William Henry Fricker and Eleanor Buckley. The family owned The Old Toll House near the Phoenix Park in Dublin up to the 1960s, this was a tea shop and stationers apparently. Any information on this family is most welcome. I am particularly interested in finding out whether Patrick Joseph was born in Dublin or came to live there from somewhere else.
red mail Glass Cochran
I am seeking information about a Glass Cochran of Ireland. He was likely born about 1784. Family believe him to be a Dubliner. We believe he immigrated, possibly via Canada., to the USA. His son, William Crittenden Cochran was born in Kentuck about 1815, so the immigration occured before that time. I wish I knew more. Thanks for any help you can give.
red mail Charles Dunfoy b1837 Dublin
Seeking birth information or possible siblings of my ggggrandfather Charles Dunfoy who was according to his military records born in Dublin in 1837. He joined the 70th Surrey Regiment at age 14 as a drummer approx 1850 and was stationed at Chatham, kent in 1851. Was in India during Indian Mutiny then New Zealand during NZ wars and discharged at Napier, NZ around 1865/6. Married Elizabeth Davies in Napier in 1867. Possibly fathers name could have been Henry. Any information gratefully received.
red mail gilbert /Cunnigham
Does any one have information on Marmaduke Welply Cunningham and his wife Hannah Isobelle Gilbert born in Wexford 25 September 1869 in the Gorey Area . I understand that these two were married but can find no record and both died in about 1910 within months of each other . They lived in Clontarf .
William Armstrong Clark(e)
Searching for any information on the family of William Armstong Clark(e). Born circa 1801 I believe in Dublin. By 1825 he was in Lambeth, England marrying Rose Mary Bush. His last occupation was as a brass trumpet maker. There is an entry on the IGI stating that he died in Dublin, Dublin in 1856. This entry was made by his son John Henry Clark(e) who was a Mormon. John Henry also left information that William had a brother name John also from Dublin but no dates. I do not know why William went back to Dublin as his wife and children remained in London. Perhaps he had to return to sort out the affairs of family members. I do not know what religion William was, but he married Rose Mary in a Church of England church. Any help would be most appreciated
red mail Maher, Colin
Searching for any infomation on Colin Maher. If he is still alive he is between 80 and 90. We last heard of him living in Dublin. He would have known a Margaret or Mary Doyle, who lived in Marlborough Place in the early 1940s. Mary used to work at Di Maggio's chip shop. Mary then moved to London to work in 1942. Any information regarding Colin Maher would be welcome.
red mail Looking for John Redmonds family
My Great Grandmother was Catherine Redmond, Her father was John Redmond a Thatcher. She married in the Parish Church of St. Peter's in the City of Dublin in February 1849. She was a minor and living at 26 Clanbrassil St. the marriage was witnessed by Mary Nolan and William Gordon. The only other info I have is she was in England in 1861 and was dead by 1871 although I am unable to find a death cert. The 1861 census for the area she was living has been distroyed. I have visited Dublin twice and can make no connections or find a bapt. HELP. Any connection?
red mail Jeannette,Jeanette,Watson,Joyce
Looking for information on the surname Jeannette. Michael Jeannette was married to Elizabeth Watson or Joyce. Elizabeth's maiden name was Watson then she married a Mr Joyce before marrying Michael Jeannette. Michael and Elizabeth(Eliza) had two children, Joseph Jeannette (born around 1893) and John Jeannatte (born around 1898). All living in Lower Gardiner Street North Dublin in 1901. Eliza died 1905. Would love any information on the family.
Searching for parents and/or siblings of William Moran alias McNally dob 1803? Dublin, Ireland. Tried and sentenced to 7 years for stealing wearing apparel. Transported Australia at age 16 on convict ship "Dorothy" 5th May, 1820.
red mail Curtis
Looking for information on the Curtis family of Dorset St. Dublin. Edward, Catherine and children Annie, Catherine, Alfred and Elizabeth.
red mail Orphanage
Children Anne/Adelia (b1872), Joseph (b1873) and Michael (b1874) Coman spent some time in an orphanage in Dublin, probably around 1875, before being taken in by their aunt and uncle and migrating to Gympie, Australia. Family lore says mother Bridget (nee Whaley) died in childbirth, father Patrick died while working on the cathedral at Mullingar, Westmeath; dates unknown.
red mail Christopher McKenna
Christopher McKenna, born Dublin abt 1856, died Waterford 1920. Brother Francis 1848-1916 (baptised St Paul's, entered Mt Melleray - Fr Kevin McKenna). Parents ? Anthony/James McKenna and Elizabeth Kennedy. Christopher married Mary Anne Coman in Mullingar 1875 (and had five children there), lived in Dublin abt 1880-1890 (five more children). Second marriage to Ellen Sheridan in Dublin, four children of that marriage born in Waterford. Five of the fourteen children died in infancy. Christopher was a builder and Roman Catholic. Any information welcomed.
red mail michael william joseph obrien
michael obrien lived and married in kidderminster,england in march 1942,do not know when he left ireland,but he was 25 years old on the day of his wedding,his name is the same as his fathers who is shown as deceased on the marriage cert,he married doris hickling.the only address i know of in ireland for him was mercer house,mercer street,dublin.any info would be great.
red mail John or Bernard Jordan
I am looking for my dad's family his name is John Christopher jordan born in Dublin 1916 .His dad was either John or Bernard his mum was Catherine or Katherine I think Keogh My Grandad died about 1924 and katherine about 1932 .when his mother died my dad came to England about the age of 16 and his sister Kathleen was put into care I don't know where .Any help would be welcome Thanks Kathy
red mail Alexander Place, Linen Merchant of Dublin
Hi, I am interested in the Linen Merchant of 1778 Alexander Place in Dublin Ireland. This man could have been my 4th GT GF father or grandfather. My 4th GT GF Alexander Place was born c1778, I have no birth details only that he was married in Halifax, West riding of Yorkshire and died there. We have no birth parents or place of birh. 2 years ago I purchased a business document from Devon, England, it was a contract between four men, most likely old friends they were from England originally. I noted it in the A2A in the Public Records Archives of London. Why did I have to purchase a document from Devon Record Office unless this man was from Devon originally. There was a Alexander Place born at North Molton, Devon in 1735 to George and Mary Place, there are no siblings and no other record from this family except one or two more Place families that may or may not have been siblings of the George. Was this one and the same Alexander Place? Did they go to Ireland or were they from Ireland, maybe of Huguenot descent. Does anyone know of this Place family in Ireland please. I think the business was Place and Mather Linen Merchants but the new contract was more in the mining field. this was not in dublin however. Thanks for any help
red mail McCormack or McCormac
Researching family history for Peter McCormac/k born Dublin circa 1875-1880 and also Elizabeth/Eliza Brophy born Dublin circa 1882. As yet parents unknown but this couple married in 1898 in Tullamore Co Offaly. Any suggestions welcome as to tracing their births.
red mail Looking for Hudson.
Some time ago I asked for help in tracing my father's family, but without success. I now have more family information which I am hoping will help. My father was Thomas Joseph Hudson whose parents were Joseph Hudson and Elizabeth Ward. Other children were Mary Anne b 1885, Catherine b 1887, Elizabeth b 1892, Peter b 1898 and Phillip b 1899. My dad was born in 1902 and I know there was a John as I have a photograph from when my parents visited John about 1945--1950.Any assistance very appreciated. The children were baptised at St Andrews RC Dublin.
red mail SHORT, Susanna
Possibly baptised between 1805-1829 Parish of St Paul, Arran Quay, Dublin City. Does anyone have any information about this Susanna or her family?
red mail MOLLOY or MALLOY of Dublin City ca 1800-1826
I am hoping someone can identify the christening of a Bridget MOLLOY, born in Dublin circa 1818/1819. She may have been the daughter of John MOLLOY, who may have been a shop-keeper or a merchant of some sort, going by her latter NSW marriage certificates and her death certificate. Any help much appreciated. Thanks.
red mail hayes dromartin house dundrum, dublin
i am looking for information regarding the hayes family who resided in dromartin house during the early 1900's. In particular any information regarding james herbert london hayes who i believe to be me great grandfather. We think he was english, or his family were english. Any information at all would be appreciated
red mail Byrne-Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
My father James Joseph Byrne married Ethel Prendergast in 1937 in London U.K. I have since learned from their marriage certificate that my father was previously married as he is listed as a widower. I am looking for any information regarding the first marriage. I believe the first wife's name was Florrie and they had a child named Flo. I would imagine that is a shortened forename of Florence. My father was the youngest child born in Blackrock, Dublin in 1903 and his parents were Patrick Byrne and Ellen Foran and had siblings William, Patrick, Tom, John, Johanna and Kathleen.
red mail Maher family - Churchtown/Rathfarnham area
I am looking for details of Henry Maher, born in 1881 who joined the Royal Marines and served in the UK at least between 1901 and 1911 (he is in both censuses). He returned to Dublin, married a Mary Nolan in about 1915 and had 4 children, Henry, Keven, Mary and Gerard. He worked for the Post office for over 20 years. Mary married an Augustine Bergin. Gerard married Nora Vaughan
looking for family related to a annie mccarthy who married mathews, then maurice hawkins, she died aged 32 1949 in leeds road west slough berkshire, she is believed to had a brother and a sister, they came over from ireland to lancastershire, when married to mr mathews they had a son jack mathews, when married to m hawkins, beryl and vivienne hawkins
red mail Bagley Dublin
Hi, I am looking for any information on the ' Bagley ' family from Dublin. William Bagley was born about 1803 in Dublin and married Margaret (also born in Dublin ) in the late 1820's I believe. They moved from Ireland to Manchester between 1842 and 1844,their son James was born in Ireland in 1842 and daughter Esther born in Manchester in 1844. Their daughter Elizabeth born about 1836 in Dublin was my ggg grandmother, she married William Neil in Manchester in 1857. Any information at all would be great as I have hit a wall , Many Thanks, Karen.
red mail Hayden/Auld/Griffen
My GGGgrandfather James Hayden was born in Dublin 1809/10 C of E. Father James Hayden,mother Elizabeth Auld.Joined the 10th foot in Fermoy, Co Cork 1825 at 16yrs old.Married in England to Mary Griffen.Came to Western Australia in 1850
Looking for information on John Mcgee who married Winnifred Butler 8/6/1989 John died at sea 17/3/1907 children Mathew born 1891 Tobias born 1893 winifred born 1898 Catherine born 1902 all living in Dublin John was born 1864 not sure were he was born father name was mathew
red mail Joseph James Patrick Walsh/e
Searching for info on Joseph Walsh/Walshe's family. His parents were William M Walshe and his mother Annie Maria Doran.He was born in Dublin about 1854 and came to Australia about 1887.One of his brothers was Leo Patrick Francis Walsh/e b. 1888 Dublin & a sister Bridget(Kelly)who both came to Aust.There maybe other siblings in America too. In Sydney, Aust on 12 Aug 1889 Joseph married Edith Ellen May Cobby.They had 4 chn Eugenie Edith b.1890, Winifred b.1892 who married Wm Carew in 1926. Nora b.1900 & Leo b.1905. Joseph is buried at Ryde in Sydney. Thanks Rose,
red mail Looking for Hudson
I'm looking for brothers or sisters or their children who are related to my father, Thomas Joseph Hudson. My dad was born in Rotunda Hospital in 1902. At that time, the family were living at 9 Vicar Street, and I know dad had a brother John. Dad's father was Joseph and his mother Lizzie or Elizabeth. My dad was married in Adlington Lancashire in 1931 and died in 1965. I feel sure there must be relations somewhere in Ireland !!!!!!!! Sid
red mail Norah Gertrude Walsh b.c.1874
Searching for any information on the family of Norah Walsh. She was born in Cork and then lived in the Dublin area and her father was Michael Walsh who was an innkeeper. She married John Thomas Sewell in October 1902 in Derbyshire. I believe that she met him when he was stationed with his regiment, the Sherwood Foresters,near Dublin. This would be mid to late 1890's.
red mail Davis
Researching information on Thomas Harwood Davis who married Mary Josephine O'Farrell, children Maude, Caroline, and Holebrook. Any information would be greatfully appreciated
red mail John Smith
Help Appreciated in finding a birth date for a John Smith born in Dublin about 1888. He moved to Waterford and married a Mary Flynn about 1908. They had four daughters and two sons, Mary died in Waterford 1951. Any information gratefully appreciated.
red mail O'Reilly family
My greatgrandfather was Hugh O'Reilly b1822/25 not sure where - he left Dublin in the 1840's and settled in Northumberland, England. He had a brother called Peter who was in Northumberland in 1851 but my aunt thought he returned to Ireland and became a monk. Their father was Peter O'Reilly. At some time between 1881 and 1901 Annie Reilly Hugh's daughter worked in Dublin as a housemaid and met her Irish relatives. Does this story sound familiar to anyone.
Researching information on Leonard MacNALLY - a traitor to his fellow countrymen. He was also a attorney / solicitor and playwright. Born in Dublin 1752, lived in Mary Street in Dublin and Dominick Street.. lived in London , was part of the Whig Club in London and also a member of the United Irishmen. He married Frances I'anson ( The Sweet Lass of Richmond Hill ) Frances died in 1795 and I would be interested to find out whereabouts she is buried in Dublin . Leonard then married Louisa EDGEWORTH ( born 1748 ) in 1799 in Clontarf Dublin - Louisa was the daughter of Rev Robert EDGEWORTH - Louisa published a book in 1820 called Eccentricty. Leonard died at 22 Harcourt Street Dublin 13th Feb 1820. Any information regarding Lousia or Leonard would be gratefully received. Does anyone know where Lousia MacNally is buried ?
red mail info on Peter Penrose
i am looking for info on Peter Penrose born around 1850 in Dublin, married Mary about 1879. in 1911 census he is a tailor living in Dublin. children at home then were Christopher, Emma and John. the census indicates that there were 2 other living children - perhaps older and married!? john married Elizabeth (Lillie) Cox. Any help/info/direction wonderful! thanks
red mail Timms of Dublin, came to England.
A long shot, but if anyone has Patrick Timms married to Alice (they were born 1810-1815 in Dublin) I'd love to hear from you. They came to Coventry, England by approx 1834 and had 7 children.
red mail Bridget O'keeffe b. Dublin 1912
I am trying to find information on the family of my grandmother Bridget O'Keeffe born 1912 in or around Dublin. We believe the 1911 census shows some of them them to be living in MurphysTown but we are not sure if it is them. We think her mothers name was also Bridget. Her father, Richard O'Keeffe, a horse groom, died when he was kicked by a horse . Bridget was then left by her mother in an orphanage with her brothers and sisters ( Thomas , Patrick, Richard, Eva, Nellie and Mary O'Keeffe). Several of these siblings came to England in the late 1920's early 1930's. Bridget's brother Richard went into the army. Thomas lived somewhere near Stonebridge park, Wembley , Middlesex , but returned to Ireland in later years. Would like to hear from anyone that may have any information on this O'Keeffe family.
red mail information on moving to England 1880
Can anyone please suggest where i might find information about emigrants from Dublin to uk and possible irish regiments who might have fought in Europe during 1880's. Thank you
red mail George Heywod Moore
I'm hoping to find relatives of George Heywood Moore who was born in 1871 in southern Ireland and married Elise Trinel from Calais they lived in Leeds according to 1891 census. He is my great grandfather on my father's mothers side. Interested in when he left Ireland and how he met Elise
red mail Mallets in Dublin
I'm researching the family of John and Robert Mallet who had an iron foundry in Ryders Row near Parnell Street in Dublin during the first half of the 19th century. Robert became one of Ireland's most famous engineers. Other members of the family were his grandfather Richard, uncles Robert and William, his mother Thomasina, his aunt Jane and son John William.
Sir Roger Therry was born in Cork, Ireland, in 1800 and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. In 1822, he became secretary of the National Society for the Education of the Poor in Ireland. A keen supporter of Daniel O'Connell and Catholic Emancipation, in April 1829, he was appointed Commissioner of the Courts of Requests (small debts) in NSW. He arrived in Sydney in Nov 1829. He displayed, according to the "ADB", "an understanding of the mainsprings of human action". Governors Darling, Bourke and Gipps had the highest opinion of Therry. In June 1843, he stood for election to the new partly-elected NSW Legislative Council. Therry was Catholic; his opponent was a staunch Anglican. John Macarthur, who on principle rejected the contention that a man's religion should be a disqualification, threw his weight behind Therry, who won. After Responsible Government in 1856, he opposed the Secret Ballot and Universal Adult Male Suffrage - he was no democrat. In 1850, he presided over the first sitting of the Supreme Court on circuit at Brisbane, then still in NSW. He resigned in 1859 and retired to England. The British Government knighted him in 1869 and he died at Bath in 1874. On Mon 21 Aug 1854, he had presided over the Circuit Court trial of Thomas Crane, a trial of great interest to my family, though we are not related to Crane. I am searching for the BENCH BOOKS of Mr Justice Therry. They are not in the NSW Government Archives. Maybe he donated his books and papers to his alma mater, Trinity College, the most prestigious university in Ireland.
red mail Colgan Family Dublin
I am trying to locate a Peter Colgan born in 1866 in Dublin. He married a lady called Mary (do not know her maiden name) who was also born in Dublin in 1875. They had a son Edward John Colgan born in Dublin in 1895. The family then moved to the UK, Preston, Lancashire and Ann Colgan (my Great Grandmother) was born there in 1896. They moved to Lancaster, Lancashire and had another child Mary Theresa Colgan (known as Theresa) in 1904. If anyone knows anything about this family I would be grateful for any information.
ThomasMillar - Bootmaker : Dublin : Born 1853
Any information relating to the family, relations or descendants of Thomas Millar, Bootmaker, Born in Kingstown { Dun Laoghaire } in 1853, and his Wife, Mary Jane Moore, born in Kingstown { Dun Laoghaire } in 1865, who were married in Dublin City in 1878 would be most sincerely appreciated.

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