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red mail HOGBEN
Does anybody have information on SARAH HOGBEN (B.1853 Dublin). She moved to STROOD/FRINDSBURY England and married Henry Charles HILL in 1874
red mail Newport - Dublin
Researching the Surnames Newport and Creed of Dublin. So far back to 1840-ish. via IGI. Wondering if there is any connection between the Waterford,Wexford and Dublin Newports. Willing to share information.
red mail James Hart
My grandfather, James Hart, was born in February 1893 in the Rathmines area of Dublin. His father, Patrick, was a master builder. James travelled to England and lost all contact with his family. It is believed that he had at least 2 sisters, who were nurses. He changed his name upon entering England from Seamus O'hAirt. Can anyone help, please?
red mail Dublin
Timothy O'Brien and Jane (McLoughlin), had Christopher born 1876 in South Dublin. ?Pater born 1875. Christopher moved to Forfar in Scotland
red mail Dennison, Acton, Williamson
Am trying to trace Grace DENNISON probably born approx 1890 (this is a very vague estimate!) & came from Dromore West, Co. Sligo. She married Joseph ACTON (Came from Skerries,Co. Dublin) & had 2 children Herbert ffolliatt Acton (b.1914, Dublin) & Constance ("Connie") Acton (lived all her life in Dublin). Herbert Acton then married Ruth Patricia Williamson. Any info at all would be very helpful.
red mail Kearney, Furr
I am looking for any information with regard to my grandmother Mary Ellen Kearney, born in Dublin ?1867 (I've been unable to track down her birth cert). She married Walter Furr, a soldier, in 1884 in Dublin. Her Fathers name was James Kearney, a groom. The address at the time of the marriage was 2 West Temple Street. Mary and Walter lived in Carlow Barracks for 9 years and settled in Liverpool 1902. I don't know if grandmother had any brothers or sisters. Thank you. .
red mail Welch, Welsh, Walsh - Dublin
I am interested in Joseph Welch who lived in New Row, Thomas Street, Dublin, Ireland. He came to Australia and married i. in 1844 to Berdelia formerly Daly from County Galway and ii. in 1851 to Hannah formerly King from Chesterton, Oxfordshire. Any info much appreciated.
red mail LAWLESS from DUBLIN
Looking for info on MARY MARGARET LAWLESS c.1860 my great grandmother. Many thanks
red mail Dollymount, Dublin.
I am looking for my grandfather John Mary L'Estrange. His birth certificate says he was born 10 St. Clare's Terrace,Nth Dublin 1884 which he said was Dollymount, but I can't find it on any old maps or modern either. Can anyone help. Please?
red mail thomas doyle
thomas doyle born cica 1821 Dublin, married in liverpool annie, 3 children ann, ellen, mary, he was a landing stage constable.
red mail CARLISLE, FARQUHAR
I am looking for information on my great grandfathers family which I know nothing about. His name was John Walter Carlisle born in 1845 and baptised in the Parish of St. Mary at the time he and his parents were living at 8 Abbey Street Dublin. His parents were John Carlisle and Prudence Farquhar they were married at St. Bridget's Church in the Parish of St. Bridget in the County of the City of Dublin in 1842. Witnesses at their wedding were Isaac Carlisle and John Gibbons At the time of their marriage they were both living in Bishop Street Dublin. John was a Coach Painter. I have no knowledge of other children in the family but would love to find out for my family tree.
red mail Curran
Looking for information about Curran family from Dublin. Thomas Curran married to an Ellen Brown(e) lived in Dublin 1 Cambridge Road where my father Patrick Curran was born in 1915
red mail Chenevix Trench, Richard
Richard Chenevix Trench was archbishop of Dublin between 1864 and 1884. He spent his childhood in the village of Bursledon, Hampshire and I am trying to find out more of his ancestry. I believe the family were from Co. Tipperary or possibly Co. Galway. His mother's family (Chenevix) were from Waterford (his great grandfather being the Bishop of Waterford). He was also an eminent poet and was buried at Westminster Abbey.
red mail Jane Neale
I have a sampler of Jane Neale dated 1766, with reference on the back to Iris Clark of Dublin.Jane was her great aunt. If this fits into your family tree please get in touch and we can exchange info
red mail Walsh/Walshe
My grandfather was Thomas Walsh. He came over to England circa 1922 where he met my grandmother and they had eight children. my problem is i know more about my grandfather's siblings roots than his. His father was Joseph,who married Anna (Anne) McDonald, circa 1880?. Joseph was a dentist and they had 6 surviving children, Randal, James, Joe (Joseph), Thomas, Margaret and Mary. Joseph had died by 1936 when his son James was married. My grandfather, Thomas, dropped the E at the end of Walshe but on my trips to Dublin I have not been able to track down his birth cert with or without the E on the date known by his family and his passport, 22 December 1890. I do not know if I will ever get to Dublin for more research, so if anyone has any connection perhaps through a sibling of Joseph's please help me break down my brickwall. Thank you.
red mail McGuigan
Trying to find details of my Gt Gt Grandmother and her family. Her name was Bridget McGuigan, born c1870 in Dublin. By the 1881 census she was living in West Ham, with her widowed mother, also called Bridget and brother John. Would like to find out who her father was.
red mail Jennings, Kane, Jenkins
Looking for descendants of my Great Grandmother, Amelia Mary Pauline Josephine Jennings. Born 1871 in Gardiner(?)Street, married a Timothy Kane from Cardiff. Her parents were James Jennings and Anne Jenkins.
red mail Mitchell
My Gt Grandmother Martha Kate Mitchell was born in Dublin in 1877 Parents were Mark&Catherine Mithchell Her siblings were Mary/William&Francis. Her Father was in the Army and they came over to england soon after her birh where her fathet was stationed in Devon.
red mail italian grandpa
my fathers dad was salvatore (pratts)? from italy but is pratts an italian name? he was known to be a barber some where in london maybe 1900's.my grandma was rosaleen o'rourke.my father had her surname.who was salvatore? does this hold any clue to anyone searching for lost families with the same names? please get intouch. kerry.
red mail union/styles
i am looking for any information on Christopher Union married to Catherine Styles They had a son Richard born 1865 and a daughter Anne born 1867 not sure if there were more children Richard married Sarah Myers in 1887 they had 13 children and father and son were butchers by trade in dublin any info at all would help
red mail Hellwitz Padfield
I am looking for members of the Hellwitz and Padfield families, who lived in Dublin from 1897 until 1905 or later.
WALSHE
My Walshe family lived in St Stephen's Green Dublin circa 1840's. Andrew Walshe and Susanna Ballard came to London around 1870. Four children, Edward Joseph b.1867 Denzil St. Dublin, Annie b.c.1870 Dublin, Albert William b.1872 St.Pancras, London,(my great grandfather)and Andrew Joseph b.c.1875 in Kew, Surrey.
red mail Norton
Looking for any info on George Norton a Stableman. He had a son Henry born in Dublin around 1870. Henry later moved and married Florence Annie Bailey in Wimborne St. Giles, Dorset.
QUINN
Searching for information about Margaret QUINN who was born ca 1795.She was sentanced in the Dublin Court July 1816 to 7 yrs Penal Servitude arriving in Sydney Australia in 1818.
red mail Macey, Rainsford, Polden
Searching for family living in Dublin. John Polden (born Chilmark, Wilts 1812) lived in Dublin South,1840's his sister Maria Macey and her two sons believed lived in Ireland for a time in 1840's. Also James A Polden (born 1834)Dublin possible nephewof John & Maria. Also looking for James Rainsford who lived with or married Maria. All except John were fishing tackle makers. Maria & James were in London by 1849. Any info sought to do with fishing tackle industry Dublin or relatives of above.
red mail military hospital
Does anyone have info on the female military hospital - my great grandfather's first wife died there in 1886. Also the married quarters at Arbour Hill.
Avery glassblower
Isaac Avery glassblower father of Thomas Avery glassblower b approx 1820 Dublin and Isaac Avery b approx 1835 Dublin. Alice Avery b approx 1854 Dublin. Has anyone seen these mames in their searches?
William Molloy shoemaker
William Molloy deceased by May 1855 wife Catherine Molloy b approx 1793 Dublin d 28 Dec 1867, daughters Mary Ann b approx 1832 Dublin and Jane. Mary Ann had a daughter Alice Avery/Molloy b 1854 Dublin. Have you heard of these people?
red mail BULLEN
My great grandfather JOHN BULLEN born c1834 Hereford and MARY ANN JULIA BIRD born 1839 Hereford, were married at Hereford 1860. Sometime before 1869 they moved to Dublin Ireland.I know of four children all born in Dublin, ELIZABETH JANE born 1869, WILLIAM GEORGE born 1872, ARTHUR born 1878 and REGINALD born 1881. I believe JOHN BULLEN died in Dublin before 1893 when the family moved to Newcastle-upon-Tyne. If you have any links with any of these names I would like to hear from you.
bridget eslin
looking for anyone who may have info on bridget eslin or heslin or hesling, transported to australia for stealing linen on the sugarcane in 1793, brother patrick transported same year on the boddington, plus father was hung in 1789 as reported in thefreemans journal, mother mary and another sibling tranported around same time to america. these people achieved notoriety as a gang around county dublin, if anyone can assit would love to hear from you,
margaret dennison
this is my gggggrandmother who left dublin at the age of 17 to come to nsw australia, dont know whether she came alone, dob around 1814, married james clarke who came from england at the age of 22, married in sydney 1835 had 8 children, if anyone canhelp out with info on margaret would love to hear from you
red mail BROWNE, BROWN
Looking for info. on John BROWNE, naval officer who was possibly stationed or living in Dublin around 1823/24. He had a daughter Jane BROWNE, born abt 1824 at Dublin. She was in London by 1847 when she married Charles John ASHTON, merchant of Hoxton, Deptford and Southwark. A name possibly associated with the family is LANGDALE.
red mail wright family
I would like info about William and lousia Wright plus 2 of their daughters ,Catherine O'Reilly Nee Wright and daughter Wendy also Ethel Stephenson Nee Wright and daughters Wendy and Patricia.My father was Harry and Mother Catherine Wright Nee Tyrrell .Their last known address was 22 Belvedere Rd Dublin.Any help appreciated. CD of family with photos,addresses from England Dublin America and South Africa available to family members on request.Begins with William Wright and Lousia Wallace.Frank
O'Neill
I'm looking for information on the birth of Annie Mary Josephine O'Neill. I have her marriage certificate dated 21st December 1879 her age at that time was recorded as 26, so her birth was about 1853. Her father was Peter O'Neill but was deceased atthe time of her marriage.
O'ROURKE and BAXTER
I am looking for information about the family of JOHN O'ROURKE (occupation Bootmaker) born c1838 in the City of Dublin. He married ELIZA BAXTER (born c1843 in City of Dublin). Date of marriage unknown. They had the following children. *Mary Jane - born Feb 1868 - South Dublin; John Bernard - born c1875 - Liverpool; Nicholas John - born c1879 - London. There are also details that a John Rourke and Elizabeth Baxter were the parents of a daughter, (un-named) born July 1872 in North City of Dublin.This child I presume to have died. Mary Jane married EDWARD WILD (born c1864, St Giles London)- probably before 1887, no details of marriage have been found, it may have taken place in Dublin. EDWARD was a Stone & Litho preparer/printer, previouslya Stone and Zinc preparer, and Stone Grinder. If anyone has any info about the O'ROURKE and/or the BAXTER families, please get in touch, thank you. Lois.
red mail MOYLER
I am seeking any infomation on my family name in the Dublin Area many thanks BM
red mail William White - Amatuer Heavyweight Boxing Champion of Dublin
I am trying to find out information about my grandfather?? WILLIAM WHITE Born 1848 in Dollar,Stirlingshire, Scotland. He was Dux of Dollar Academy and went on to graduate from Edinburgh University. He had a business in Dublin from around 1870 until 1900. He was the Amatuer Heavyweight Boxing Champion of Dublin ( 6' 4" tall ) He was also one of the first share holders in Guiness when it went to a public company ( 1898 ? ). The only article I have of his time in Dublin is an Illuminted Address given to him on his retiremant and signed by 42 co-workers. It was illuminted by Miss Fitspatrick, 192 Clonliffe Road, Dublin. He retired about 1900 and settled on the Isle of Bute and married the Bailie of Rothesay's youngest daughter,thirty years his junior. As a small boy I remember flying to Dublin in a DC3 Air Lingus ( 1947 ? ) with my father and being met at the airport by the Guiness people. They took us a tour and went into their archives to confirm that my grandfather had been one of the first share holders. This summer I was in Scotland and went to Dollar Academy and was kindly given his school records for 1860 - 65. I am trying to fill in the BLANK for his thirty years in your fair City of Dublin. Th...
red mail looking for cousins
hi iam looking for my cousins i can only remember one of there names which was mary murphy. their dad had a false leg and when he died they put it in the garden. there dads brother was john(MY DAD) and they had 3 sisters called may, pauline and verawho all lived in london. if any one knows of this family i would be pleased to hear from u .


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