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red mail Federico Isla, Argentina
I would like to know about ancestors related to Patrick Island Nugent, born in Dublin in 1788. He went to Rio de la Plata in 1806 and change his name to Patricio Isla.
red mail Meurant family
Looking for information about the Meurant family, Dublin. Ferdinand Charles Meurant escaped to Belgium during the French Revolution of 1789, and worked in Dublin as an engraver/jeweller/silversmith/watchmaker. However, when he used his skills to forge banknotes, he was tried in Kilmainham, in March 1798, and sentenced to death ; on November 2nd, 1798, this sentence was commuted to transportation for life to Australia. He arrived in Botany Bay on the Minerva on 6th January 1800. He left a wife, Sophia, and 2 children, Edward & John, behind in Dublin. Edward married Anne Richardson in April, 1820, and had 6 children : Arthur, Edward, William, Eliza, Anna & Frances.
red mail Cruise family, Dublin
I'm looking for information about George Russell Cruise & family, who lived in Dublin in the 1800s ; a number of the family (Frances, Julia & Kate) were well-known in musical circles in the city.
Arthur Ludd Angel Roberts
This is a 'needle in a haystack' now.Has anyone ever hear of grandad Ludd? Born either Liverpool,or Ireland,poss Dublin,in 1868. I feel after 7 years of searching I have to have one last 'go' to find where he WAS born,and who his Mother was.We think she was Josephine Bartolozzi nee Anderson,later Roberts ,having married Edward Angell Roberts,in Islington London,Ludd's father. We have Ludd 's whereabouts and marriage to Grandma,1900,but the years before that are blank,no census at all until 1901. His daughter (my mother) said Ludd attended Dublin uni: but that isn't confirmed .Thank you.
red mail I am looking for my deceased Fathers Family in Dublin
I am looking for my deceased Fathers Family in Dublin. His name was Thomas Oliver Hughes, born 12/07/1950 at Rotunda. Mother Kathleen Hughes (maiden name Smith) and Father Thomas Hughes who was a Dock Porter at the time. I believe they lived at 32 Lr. Kevin St Dublin. He moved to Australia in the late 80's as his brother Brendan lived there. If anyone has any information or advise into how I can track his family I would like to hear from you. Many Thanks.
red mail Gibney
Jane Gibney married Henry Willoughby 1851 in Drumcondra, Parish Clonturk, Dublin. Her occupation on marriage certificate is 'dressmaker' and father shown as John Gibney occupation some sort of ...smith but of course no mother is shown. I am trying to find out her mother's name. Also family hearsay understand Jane was sent to a convent in France for her education and I have tried various outlets to find out where but to no avail. (I guess she learnt her dressmaking skills at the convent.) I'd be grateful for any help please.
Holder
Am seeking information on a Gladys Irene Holder born in Dublin 1918. She was the daughter of Frederick Holder, engineer. Frederick may have been born in England about 1885.
red mail Mallets in Dublin
I am researching Mallet families in Dublin, Monkstown and Kingstown/Dun Laoghaire, related to Robert Mallet b. 1810 and Richard Thorne Mallet. Would like to hear from anyone related to them.
red mail Wm Magrath & Eliza Crowe, Dublin
Looking for info on the siblings, parents, birth dates, places of my g-grandparents. I have their 10 children logged (inc my grandfather Robert Francis) but about William and Eliza's families only guesses. They married in 1862 in Dublin. Both their fathers were Law Clerks - his William, hers James. William may have had a brother Robert Charles Magrath, also a Law Clerk(mCecilia Flynn nee Rich Donnybrook 1865). I have found William's father also William (and possibly Wm snr's brother Christopher) giving evidence to the House of Lords in 1846 and 1854 because of changes at the Court of Chancery that affected their income. In 1846 a Clerk was employed called George Magrath - could be William senior's father? William junior was born in Co. Dublin, but no idea where. Eliza Crowe (b1843?) probably had siblings Hannah (m John Lawler 1855), &Mary Jane (m widower George Graham 1884). They lived mostly in St George's parish. They seem to have had connections with Huguenot descendants/church.
red mail William Madden married Rose Dunne in Dublin
William Madden born 1884 married Rose Dunne (pre 1920) and they lived at North Dock, Dublin and then in Cabragh. Does anyone have this couple in their family tree please.
red mail MABRE ST
I have a death certificate for 1890, North Dublin Union. The address appears to be 8 Mabre St. Does anyone know where this was? The town/suburb could be something like Resmtat Beach/South - unable to decipher and would appreciate any help.
Thomas Hynes (or Hines) Dublin
Trying to locate details of Thomas Hynes and his forbears around Dublin. Also looking for his wife's family Frances nee Carr. His son, Thomas, was born about 1840 in Dublin and served in the Royal Madras Fusiliers (later to become the 102nd Foot and then the Royal Dublin Fusiliers). He was at Dover Castle in England in 1866 and was married to Frances Carr. They had 5 children I know of, Robert (b1871), Frances (b1872), Janetta (b1883), William (b.1878) and John (b.1880); all births reputedly in Dublin. Alan
red mail rix ,martin,byrne,sands,fallon
joseph another son killed himself .a daughter kathleen.a daughter sadie who first m arthur rix,she then was widowed and then m, michael sands,had three children,phillis,alice.steven. phillis m patrick byrne.he had two brothers christopher /and.michael also had a sister mary who moved to london.phillis and patrick{fred} had two sons william and joseph they moved to south london.
red mail Meehans in Dublin 1901 - 1907
1901 Irish Census lists Meehans @ 28.5 in Upper Gloucester Street (Mountjoy, Dublin) Elizabeth 56, Elizabeth 26, William 7, James 21, Katie 17, Annie 21. I believe William is my grandfather. He emmigrated in 1907 to NY w Elizabeth (abt. 31) giving 10 Middle Gardiner Street as Dublin address.
Norah Mary GOWARD
Seeking information on the parents and siblings of Norah Mary GOWARD, born in DUBLIN in 1849. Married in BOMBAY, 1865, to David Thomson STUART. They emigrated to New Zealand, where she died in WELLINGTON on 18 Dec 1940.
red mail Edward Henry Murphy
Edward Henry Murphy is listed as the father of William Murphy who married Mary Sewell in Chelmsford, Essex in 1859. William's home address is listed as only Dublin and William put his (William's)proffesiom, as agent- usually a recruitment agent. Edward is listed on the Marriage Certificate as 'deceased'. William was Anglican (and the Christian names confirm this). Does anyone have any ideas about Edward? The Irish records are horrendous, owing to the burning of the Records Office in 1922. I have no idea of even what parish Edward may have resided in. William also vanishes from the records after his marriage (and just you try to search for a death certificate for the right William Murphy between the dates of 1861 to maybe 1910, or that of a lady now called Mary Murphy!) and the next I can find is that William and Mary's son, (Alfred Sidney) born 1861 in Chelmsford in Essex, England is in Mauritius (1878) and then goes to Australia. So, I have lots of information post Mauritius, but would like to follow up Edward Henry Murphy and maybe find the name of William's mother, which is not listed on the Marriage Certificate. Why did they have to have a common name like Murphy?
red mail munce family
I am looking for any information on a Samual Munce who had properties in Co Killinchy Nth Ireland and Dublin in the 1800's. I am his Grt Grt Grt Grandaughter. He arrived in Tasmania around 1833. I would like to know if he had any siblings and what were his parents names. Thanking you,
red mail update on otoole family
looking for information about my grandmother veronica o'toole, she was born in bootle liverpool, she had 3 sisters i think she was called mary, her mother and father came from dublin, her mothers maiden name was mary o'shaughnnessy, she died giving birth to a baby boy who also died, her father re-married and put the 3 eldest girls in nazareth house convent liverpool while my grandmother was sent aged 5 to live with her aunty sarah off scotland road, i still dont know my great grandfathers christian name, thanks chris
red mail anne matilda whittaker
hi iam trying to find my nanas mum or if she is still alive or if she has had any more children they would be my nanas brother or sisster she has never met her mum anne matilda whittaker of lower leeson dublin if anyone has any infomation about the whittaker family in and around this area i would love to know thankyou...
red mail Kavanagh Family
I have a record of Phillip Kavanagh (b. Dublin), and his son Bartholemew (b. 1884, d.1886 Oswestry), and his son Austin (b. 1883, gassed in the Somme, d. 1934? in Sydney), and his son Austin William (1913-2005). I am particularly interested in finding Phillip's father, and where the family lived in Ireland.
red mail County Dublin
I am looking for info on Timothy Keegan 1815c his father is Lawrence Keegan and Margaret Dunn 1822c father James Dunn they are all from County Dublin they all moved from Dublin with there familys Timothy and Margaret married in Manchester 1840 my interest is in Timothy & Margarets parents gran parents etc see how far i can go back any info on were to look etc
red mail Mary anne Hawkins/Dublin
I am trying to find out information on a Mary Anne Hawkins who had a child out of wedlock ( a boy, called Joseph Edward hawkins ) Joseph was my father. He would have been christened in Saint Anne Church In Dublin in the early thirties. Mary ann Hawkins may gave been in service? This is all I have . Joseph
red mail Barney Devine
Looking for details on my great great grandfather, Bernard Francis Joseph Devine of Dublin. Born in 1836 or 1842. Came to Australia in approx. 1860. Married Sarah Burch and lived in Redbank, Picton, NSW.
red mail byrne
lookin for in fo on annie allen born 1884 in dublin married charles patrick byrne around 1900 /3 in dublin then travelled to liverpool uk can any body help please
red mail McGreevy
Researching into the McGreevy's - Hamilton McGreevy (B 1811) married Harriet Clark (B 1816/20) in Dublin. Especially interested in the family of eldest son James McGreevy (B 1835) who married Mary Mintern (Mintum) (B 1847 Liverpool) and had 12 children. Does anyone have any further information? thank you
red mail Lamb Brothers Dublin Ltd
Hi I am trying to trace the Lamb family from Lamb Brothers Dublin Ltd the famous Jam business from the 1940s I think I may be related to them and I am trying desperately to find a link. I know that at some point in the 40s one of the sons went to America but thats all I have would love to know more please help.
doran
looking for the birth of my great grandfather john doran think he was born in dublin about 1855 all i know his fathers name was edward doran
red mail From Dublin to Parramatta
I've narrowed my search down to this: My great-grandmother x 5, JANE GREEN;native to Dublin, convicted at Middlesex, age 18; in 1833 for 'robbery-man',sentenced to 7 years and shipped out on the Sussex in 1834,to Parramatta's "Factory" in Australia. At some stage, she met & married John Melvey, also convicted and sentenced to Sydney(Port Jackson)in 1831...charges were Simple grand larceny- He had previously been married to Eleanor. Jane and John had 2 children...Elizabeth Melvey & Charles William Deen Melvey. Please contact me if this sounds familiar!
red mail Blake or Davis Families
I am searching for Christopher Blake born abt 1848 and married to Bridget(maiden name unknown)born abt 1849.They had a son named Hugh John Blake born 1868 who married Maude Mary Davis born in 1880 and had three children: Mary Josephine, Agnes Christina and Thomas Harwood.Any information would be appreciated
red mail Eades/Cranwill/Stanyan/Williams family
Trying to find information on the Eades, Cranwill, and Stanyan and Williams family who were in Dublin in the late 1700's and early 1800's. The Eades had a Tavern in Hoey's Court, Dublin. The Williams were Architects and Builders in Talbot Street, Dublin.
red mail George Cole
Seeking information about Sergeant George COLE, 9th Company Royal Engineers, who married Maria jane PHILLIPS and was stationed at Woolwich when their daughter Rachel Sarah COLE was born in 1862. He was born in Dublin about 1837 and died at Garden City, Kansas 1896.
red mail Lee Family,
Lee family of Brunswick St Dublin. 1911 Census showing John Lee, Mary (nee Gillen), Children:- Mary, Henry, Charlotte. Would welcome info on any but partic Henry and Charlotte.
red mail Irish Research
G'Day All. I am searching for connections to my Great Grandfather Oliver Ledwidge B.c1835, Married c1859to Mary Daly B.c1840, they had 2 children; Mary c1860 and John c1862. They then moved to London, England about 1863, where they had a further 6 children. I have them from 1864 onwards but I need to find ancestors. Place of birth was Dublin in 1901 census (England). any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
red mail TUTTY
any one have any ancestors from Dublin, by the name of 'Tutty'. I have been researching these ancestors for a few years, now. But have hit a brick wall, some time back, with this family The last I have is John Tutty born 1822, he came to England to marry, here, and lived in Croydon, Surrey. But his father, also a John was still living there, in Ireland. Can anyone give me any info on him. All I have is from his son's marriage record and that is that John snr was a valet. He would have been born around 1790-1800 I would welcome any details for this family, please, also any info on any Tuttys still there,
William Hamilton Franks born 1865 - Dublin. Parents William Hume Franks & Lucy White.
Hi I am searching for information on my maternal great grandfather and his relatives. Born William Hamilton FRANKS. Am told his father William Hume Franks was a professor at Trinity College Dublin. William married beneath the family status to Sarah Letitia (Maud) Jones and as a consequence William and Sarah were banished to New Zealand as punishment. I can find several children born to them in New Zealand - Catherine (1892-1971), Robert (1895-1959), and Gordon (1900-1971). William died in 1942 and is buried in a Maori Cemetry in Ahipara, North Island NZ. On his New Zealand death certicicate are listed x 3 marriages.
red mail Jaques Woodcarvers Dublin
I am trying to find information on John Jaques woodcarver Dublin Ireland.He was a descendant of French huguenots who settled in Ireland.He married Mary Smith and a daughter Alicia was born Dublin Ireland in 1834.He also lectured Trinity College Dublin in 1860.Any information to help here I would be much obliged.Anne
red mail David Weyman
I have been researching into David Weyman (d. 1822) who composed a book called 'Melodia Sacra' (1812-19). Weyman was a vicar choral at both St Patrick's and Christ Church cathedrals in Dublin in the early 1800s. He had a sister who lived in Cork Street in Dublin and a brother (I think), Edward who was parish clerk at Delgany, Co Wicklow. Edward married Esther Fox from Delgany and they had 5 children. I have searched for previous family history but to no avail. Has anyone heard of them or does anyone know of any Weymans in England or Wales in the 18th century who may have moved to Ireland?
red mail William Phillips, house painter
I am searching for family of my grandmother Mary Phillips, born around 1880. The 1911 census of Canada says she was born October 1879 in Ireland. An Irish researcher located a birth certificate for Mary Margaret Phillips born on Upper Kevin St. in Dublin to William Phillips and Mary Brady. I have found William and Mary living at 23 Aungier St. in Dublin in the 1911 census with children, Bridget, 16 and Patrick 20. This census states that Mary had 7 children who were all still living. I would like to prove or disprove that this is my grandmother's family. Mary was known as Minnie. She married Neil McGee in Pueblo, Colorado in 1904, came to Canada about 1906, and died in 1916.
red mail SINNOTT/CARSON
I am looking for information on my 3 x Gt Grandfather John Sinnott. All I know is that he was a journeyman upholsterer and was born in Dublin circa 1800. His son was called James (born circa 1825) and he was also a journeyman upholsterer. He married Maria Carson (from Armagh)and they came over to England (Leeds). They had 3 children - Maria (b.1862), James Thomas (b.1864) and John George (b.1866)all born in Leeds. Would be pleased to hear from anyone who has any knowledge of either of these families.
red mail McEvoy
Searching for family of Bridget Mcevoy and son William . Moved to england around 1918. Some connection with Kilcock
red mail Charles M McDermott
Looking for a Charles M McDermott who was a civil servant in Dept of Defence on Infirmary Road, Dublin 7. He retired on 6th Oct 1962. Guessing he was born in 1894. Believe he married and had 6 children.
red mail Francis Patrick Joseph Brennan
Looking form Francis Patrick Joseph Brennan, born around 1929 in Dublin. Married Margaret in Paisley, Scotland in mid 1950s. Had 3 much older sisters, one of whom may have actually been his mother. Family legend says that one of the sisters was a gunrunner in the Easter Rising and knew De Valera.
red mail Rosborough Sharpe, McConnell
Looking for any information please on William Rosborough Sharpe (a butler) and his Wife, Mary living in Dublin mid 1800's to early 1900's sometime at 3 Grattan Terrace, Dublin. They have three daughters, Violette M Sharpe, Helen Elizabeth Sharpe(1886) and Helen Creighton Sharpe who married Arthur McConnell at the Parish Church of St Catherine in 1912. Arthur McConnell's father was John McConnell a civil servant of Dublin. Helen and Arthur have a daughter, Helen Leslie McConnell, born 1/2/1924 at 66 Oxmantown Road, Dublin, who married Robert Douglas Morley (1925).
red mail Dublin, Toronto, Edinburgh, Sunderland, Barnstaple, London, Neully-sur-Seine, Bournemouth
Searching for descendants of Rev John Cunningham Geikie (26 Oct 1824, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland - 1 Apr 1906, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England) married,1849, to Margaret Taylor (1824?, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland - Mar 1913, Christchurch, Hampshire, England. Rev Geikie was a prolific writer of religious tracts. Probably met his wife in Canada. Margaret Taylor was a daughter of David Taylor and Maria (or Margaret) Duncan of Dublin. Any information on them is appreciated as well.
red mail Taylor. Dublin, County Dublin
Searching for descendants of Andrew Taylor (1801?, Dublin, Co Dublin-12 Dec 1878, Dublin, Co Dublin) married to Annette Augusta (Hope?. Andrew Taylor was involved in shipping (Dublin, Glasgow and Cork Steam Packet Company).
red mail Dublin
Has anyone info on Martha Kathleen Barrett - born c 1870 in Dublin - she came to England and married ?? Frederick Townsend. They had a child Ernest Frederick Townsend born 09 Sep 1891 in Brixton, London. The relationship didn't last and she met Arthur Charles Bruton and had 6 children with him - Ernest Townsend was brought up as the eldest child of the Bruton's. Martha was commonly called Kate.
red mail Turnbull/Lennon
We are searching any info on Robert Turnbull (son of Edward) who married Katherine Lennon on Jan 27 1901 in Dublin. Their surname is Turnbull but somewhere between 1904 when their daughter Elizabeth Maud was born and 1911 Census, they changed their surname to Manning. They went to Glasgow, Scotland around 1916 where their son Peter James Manning was born in 1921 and where Katherine died a few years later in 1925. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Patrick Butler
Loking for information on Patrick Butler he had a shop on Ballybough Road Dublin from around the 1920's to when he died in 1960's His wife was Margaret (Phelan) their children were Name Born Mary K (Molly) 1901 Died in South Africa Margaret (Peg) 1903 Died in Dublin James 1905 Died in Dublin Annie 1908 Died in Dublin Kathleen 1911 Died in South Africa Ethel (Elsie) 1913 Patrick 1915 Died in Derby
red mail benson Grand father
I am searching for my Grandfather John Sylvester Aloyous Benson Born in Dublin in 1854 died in 1930. Left Dublin as a young man in his twentys, Joined the the British Army served in India in the 1874 War, Religion was Church of Ireland. Later was dischared at Ladysmith Barracks at Ashton under Lyne,Lancashire Married my Grandmother Harriet Symmons from Droylsden Manchester.
red mail Brown
According to her census info. Mary Brown was b. 1871 in Dublin, married John Beauchamp and they lived down the Earls Court Road, where they ran a Fishmongers. Any info. on this family would be wonderful. Thank you.
red mail George & Japhet White, A. Rielly, O'Rielly
George White born 1745 son Japhet White and son inlaw A O'Reilly were all sent to Sydney Australia. Between 1816 and 1825 Looking for Info with in Ireland and Australia
red mail Boon(e)s of Ireland
I am looking for anyone with information about the Boon(e)s of Ireland. My great grandparents were Marianne Boon and Joseph Cantley, married in Dublin in 1861. Marianne's brother, John Boon married Ellen Goodisson. Marianne's father was John Boon(e). Eleanor Letitia Boon married William McAuliffe. William Cantley married Isabel Forbes.
red mail Stokes:Dublin & Scotland
Looking for others with connections to Isaiah Stokes (b1828 Ireland); Patrick Frederick Stokes (1857 At Sea); Elizabeth Agnes Stokes (1877 Dublin). Seafaring family. Other Stokes in family:- Eleanor (c1867 Campbeltown Argyllshire); Alexander Stokes (c1867 Campbeltown); Mary Stokes (1868 Co Wicklow); Patrick Joseph Stokes (1870 wicklow); Francis Stokes (1872 Wicklow); John Lawrence Stokes 1879 Co Wicklow).
red mail James Walsh RIC Constable
James was father to Bridget Walsh, she was married in Dublin in 1904 but by that time her father was deceased according to the marriage certificate - his occupation was noted as Constable RIC. Any of JAMES WALSH descendants please reply
red mail Walsh / Allen
Richard Allen married Bridget Walsh 6th Dec 1904 in Registrars Office Dublin. Richard was noted as a Private in East Lancs Regiment - address given was 117 Turners Cottages Ballsbridge. His father named as William Allen (deceased).Father's occupation given as House Painter Bridget Walsh address was given as 11 Pembroke Park. Clyde Road. Her father was noted as James Walsh (deceased) Father's occupation given as Constable in RIC. The marriage was witnessed by Michael Murphy and Mary Duffy. From this marriage it is understood that the married couple eventually moved to Lancashire and had a daughter Christina Mary born in 1906, they lived in Bolton. Lancs. Does anyone have any connection either to the Allen's or Walsh family. Knowing how big families were produced in Ireland, it is more of less impossible to think that Bridget Walsh was an only child, although we know she had a cousin (Bridget Walsh) living in Cleator Moor. Cumbria, who we visited many years ago and who now sadly has passed away.
red mail CHARLES KOHLER
Charles Kohler in 1850 and maybe Martha his sister Kaye
Delplanque of Ballybough County Dublin
On the 1901 Dublin City census Rotunda Ward were a family of three brothers and a sister transcribed as Delplangue. They were living in Great Britain Street and all shown as born Dublin. Adolphe (Head)31 Charley/Charles 21 Eva 18 who kept house for them and Joseph 22. Charles joined the Irish Guards and was killed in action October 1914. The military records show he was born in Ballybough and next of kin Joseph Delplanque USA which means that Joseph emmigrated to USA between 1901 & 1914. My son in law has the name Delplanque in his family and would be interested to find out if there is any link between this family and his English/French ancestors.
red mail Daniel Brady born Sep 1879 Dublin
My Gt Gt Grandfather was Daniel Brady born c.1810. He died in Dublin City Workhouse in 1894 aged 84, a widower. In 1872 he was living in Rathmines Co. Dublin when his son Michael C Brady was married. Daniel Brady was married to Mary Murphy and his father's name is beleived to be Bartholomew Brady. Other family names: Daniel Brady, father's name Michael Brady, Agnes Brady Baptised 1879 in Rathmines. John Brady born May 1881.Michael Brady born Aug 1889, Peter Christopher Brady born Nov 1892. Catherine Brady born May 1886 Dublin, father's name of Michael Brady. Who did she marry?
red mail catherine cain born about 1900 isle of man
does any one know of a catherine cain born douglas isle of man 1900 that may have moved to some where in dublin after 1922 (has she married there and any children) she may have gone under name of crennell / kelly/ she had my late dad george in 1921 he was left here on isle of man but she dissapeared we are told to dublin or liverpool/ have also left message for liverpool, please get in touch
red mail Leo Patrick Walsh / Walshe b. 1888
Looking for any info on the family of Leo Patrick Francis Walsh/Walshe who was a mariner or in the navy.He came to Australia before 1911. Leo was born 5th Feb 1888 at 4A Kevins Pde, Dublin. His parents were William Walsh, a bootmaker & Anna Maria Doran (perhaps Margaret Francis Doran)who possibly had 9 other children. His brothers Joseph & Nicholas & his sister Bridget also came to Australia.Thanks
red mail withers
Looking for anythimg on a daniel Withers from Dublin.Born around 1820 left for California and then Australia. Married Catherine Crowley from Kilkenny 1852. Was 6ft tall and 24 stone. He was a Cedar Getter in a place called Bexhill NSW.
red mail daniel dunovan
My great great grandmother Eliza Gillighan was on the 1851 census in Liverpool (b. Belfast 1831) with her parents Frank (b. 1799 Belfast) and Ann born 1799 Roscomen/Belfast) Eliza's father is listed as Daniel Dunovan and I belive he came from Dublin. If anyone can help solve the mystey please contact me.
red mail Little Britain St Dublin
David Tod /Todd was a licensed victueller in Little Britain St in 1850.He came from Liverpool where he was a watchmaker/jeweller. Could any tell me when did he arrive in Dublin and when did he leave.
red mail Connor or O'Connor of Dublin 1794
Thomas Connor (or O'Connor) was born in Dublin in 1794. In 1816 he was convicted in the Dublin City Court of a "weapons offence" and transported to Sydney Australia on the ship "Chapman" out of Cork. In Australia he married Catherine McGuire (or Maguire) and resided in the town or Orange. I am seeking information about his birth and ancestry in Ireland.
red mail Higgins / Green
Looking for the marriage of Martin Higgins born abt 1830 Ireland to Bridget Green born abt 1831 Ireland. They married between 1846/8 then emmigrated to Liverpool. Siblings of Bridget were John Green and Catherine Green, possibly more. Family hearsay says they came from Dublin. Can anyone lookup please.
red mail Keegan Family
Looking for information on my father, half-siblings, grand parents et al. Grandfather Thomas Keegan married a Mary Ann McDermott. Young family man circa 1905. He was a firman, residing on Keegan's Lane, Ballsbridge, Co. Dublin. My father, Patrick Joseph Keegan (1905 -1963), known as Jack. He had three sisters.5 sons and a daughter by his first marriage. Father's eldest son Thomas, poss emigrated to England in 1950s. My father and sons ran Grocery Delivery Service 1940s/1950s Dublin. If alive, my half-siblings would bein 60s/70s now. Any help gratefully received.
red mail Thomas Archbold of Dublin
Seeking information on Thomas Archbold who stated on his census forms that he was born in Dublin area or city around 1810. He married Harriett Thompson in Stepney, London in 1854 and died in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1884. Have checked the IGI. Thanks :) Lesley
red mail TRINITY COLLEGE LOOK UP PLEASE!
My G G G G Grandad, Charles Kohler, was apparently at Trinity College in Dublin. He became a merchant regimental tailor with businesses or homes in Sackville Street, Harbour Court (both in Howth),College Green, Dublin, Howth Lodge (about which I can find nothing!) and in London. I can't find when or where he was born or his parents but have been told that this might be shown on his Trinity College records. He is on the registers in Ireland variously from 1848 to 1860 and because he used the .. style dots known as the umlaut over the "O" in the spelling of Kohler it is believed he may have been a German speaker and thus possibly not have been in Ireland too long prior to the time on which he showed up on record. Therefore it would be especially helpful to find his date of birth or his parents names... or anything else! It's said in the family that he was Jewish but I have no evidence to support this. Does anyone have access to the Trinity alumni archives please? I am in County Durham, England, and simply can't afford to purchase them or visit Dublin myself as much as I would dearly love to. Thank you so much.
red mail KOHLER, O'DELL in Howth
I am searching for cemetery and death details on Charles Kohler, my G G G G Grandad, who was a tailor in Howth and Dublin central. He is on record from 1848 to 1860 then disappears! My Dad has always believed our ancestry to have been Jewish but the Kohlers aren't on any Irish/Jewish records. Can anyone help please? Oddly, one of Charles' sons, Charles junior, married an Anne ODELL or O'DELL in a Church of Ireland ceremony at St Peters in 1853. My direct ancestor, Thomas, also a son of Charles senior, was born in Dublin but moved to and married in London. If anyone can help I would be forever grateful. Thank you
red mail Grandad
any information about Richard Hinksman family originally from Dublin married Annie Weaver lived in Birmingham England borm circa 1900 died circa 1967
red mail bonnie
looking for information on joseph 1919 (bonnie bonney) from dublin father was thomas 1880 and mother elizabeth dwigley
red mail James McMahon
I am searching for information about James McMahon, a Tailor by trade, who moved from Dublin to Arundel, Sussex (possibly with parents) & married Mary Greenfield. James was my husbands Great, Great Grandfather and would be delighted with any information.
red mail Morgan
Does anyong know anything about Mary Morgan, born 1860,who Married Thomas Hill, born in Manchester abt 1859? They had 12 children while living in Stockport, the second oldest, Ernest, is my paternal grandfather. I am trying to trace the Irish connection in my family. Gordon.
red mail McGlyn Spelling may differ
Looking for relatives of Mary McGlyn who emigrated to England about 1901/2 with her parent.. no knowledge of her parents names, she was orphaned soon after arrival
red mail Mooney
Looking for George Mooney born in Dublin settled in Lancaster. No information so far about Mooney's from Dublin. George was born in 1864 Dublin.
red mail Keating - James & William
These brothers came to New Zealand in about 1863. The only reference we have to Dublin is that James uses Dublin on all the certificates we have - marriage, births of his children, and death. On James death certificate his parents are given as Elizabeth and James with his father's occupation given as Merchant. He died in an accident and we don't know whether his wife had accurate information about him in Ireland.The fact that both James and William obtained miner's rights at the same time makes us assume that they are brothers.
red mail William Keane ( BIlly)
I am trying to discover the parentage of my father Billy Keane who lived in First Avenue Inchicore, Dublin he was born in 1917
red mail Louis William Henry
Searching for great grandfather, William Henry Louis born about 1836 in Dublin Ireland. Father same name and mother Hannah. WH Louis jnr migrated to Australia and on 10th July 1865 married Euphemia Blyth in Taree NSW. Conflicting information gives WH Louis'jnr father's name as George Christian Louis. Obviously a French name, not Irish, and can only guess how or why they lived in Dublin. Perhaps they were Hughenots? Any information at all on this family would be much appreciated.
red mail MALONE
Looking for MICHAEL MALONE a storekeeper, married Catherine Byrne. Had one child (maybe more) JOHN MALONE b 1838 Co Dublin and later came to Australia. My wife and I are visiting Ireland in May 2007 and would very much like to see where they lived Regards Ramon
red mail Campbells of Dublin
I'm looking for any details of David and Elizabeth Campbell of Dublin. Lived there c1910 to c1925. Daughter Evelyn (Eva) born c1896 and who married John Prytherch Chambers.
red mail Farrelly, Kiely
A group of Farrelly siblings moved from Dublin to the USA in the 1920s, some settling in Bridgeport, Fairfield Connecticut. Searching for Kiely and Farrelly descendants from Bridgeport Conn. Particularly Kielys with the given names Maurice (Morris) Robert & John –one of whom was a RC priest.
red mail WILDRIDGE, JOSEPH
i am looking for Wildridge family members. Joseph Francis emigrated from Dublin to England during WW2 to work on Underground. prominent in snooker community.
red mail searching for Kelly relatives
Mother’s Line-Michael Burgess, nee Boston,Ma,USA,Mother-Anna Theresa (Burgess,Morris) Hart, nee 1923-2000, Grp- Harold Hart,1895-1945? Boston,Ma, Annie Kelly,nee 8/31/1900, Dublin, Ireland, siblings-Margaret (Peg), Gertrude,Rose gr grp-Reuben Hart,nee1880, Canada, Mary Sheehy,nee1880, Ireland, James Kelly, 1880, Mary (Molly) Murray, 1880, Ireland
red mail WALSHE - JAMES
Dublin City, Baile Atha Cliath, and Parish My grandfather, Augustus Walshe was born in either Dublin or Dundalk on 4th February 1873. His father, James was a chemist's assistant, who moved to Toxteth Park in Liverpool in the mid 1870s and his grandfather was a teacher (also called James as far as I know)who had died before 1871. I have a possible match for him as a School Superintendant in Dublin, but this is unconfirmed. If my memory of my grandfather's tales is correct, his grandmother's maiden name was Ross. If anyone has any information on the elder James and/or his wife I would be very interested.
tyrrell cardiff campbell
looking for information on my dads parents and their ancesters my father was william tyrrell(born april 1902).his parents were john tyrrell and anne nee cardiff. at one stage they lived in dorset st dublin john(my grandfather) was a plumber and in his latter years worked for the little sisters of the poor ,kilmainham dublin his brothers were hugh(1892)married to haddie mcgonnell ,jack (ex police force)lived in west kensington married catherine,sister cissie, married frank dutton from the u k maggie married frank buckley and connie married to henry noel wright,and lived in fleetwood uk all born in 1800s.my father was a well known butcher in dublin and had shops in moore street dublin.also looking for anne campbell nee tyrrell ,the 1911 census shows her living in balbriggan with her sister rebecca tyrrell
red mail Mary Murphy nee Doyle
I am looking for anything on Mary Doyle who married John Murphy. They had a daughter Catherine b.c. 1823 in Dublin, who may have been transported to Australia in 1852.
red mail dible
does anyone have information on the dible family? they originally were from dublin and may still be there. my gt grandfather christopher dible was born in 1850 in dublin , came to liverpool, and married. his fathers christian name also likely to be christopher.
red mail Kelly Irish Boxing
George Kelly born 1912? Lightweight champion of Ireland in the 1930s. Would be very gratefull for any information
red mail George Kelly
Lightweight Champion of Ireland 1930s
red mail Looking for info on my Grandfather Sylvester Rice
He lived in Dublin in the early 1900s and worked on the Buses
red mail BEEVER ANNIE ? SPELLING
BORN CIRCA 1885 POSSIBLY CURRAGH, DUBLIN, MARRIED JOHN DOYLE OF WATERFORD. ANY INFORMATION?
looking for james keane
i am searching for james keane born in finglas dublin . his parents are james and mary keane. they moved to killbarrick sometime after last seen in dublin in 1972 by mary horan gorden
red mail FARRELLY
My grandmother was Mary FARRELLY born in Dublin in 1887 (In the Kilmainham area I think) She was one of 13 children - three of them were Maggie, Rose & Cissie. Mary married Harry Jones who was in the Hussars in 1912 and moved to England. Rose married Frank Doran a major in the army and they had 2 children - Frank and Marian. Frank lived in Devon and had a daughter Helen. This is all the information that I have but if any of it means anything to anyone I would love to hear from them as I have been researching my family tree for 3 years and have found nothing on the Farrellys.
red mail William and/or Edward GOOD
William,the father, and Edward, the son, were both in the stone cutting trade. William was listed as a "modeler" and Edward as a "sculptor". I do know that Edward was living on Haddington Road in 1878, was married to Harriet Ridway and had four children. Any information would be appreciated
red mail Peter Curran
looking for information about Peter Curran. I know he has 3 brothers (Tommy, John, & Paddy) and 2 sisters (Nancy & Eileen)
william Whitehead
Searching for father & son:- William Whitehead.Father.born abt 1800 Occup. Editor& G'tleman Wife: Ann (Ryan?) Son: william Born abt 1830 in Dublin. Occup. Carpenter. Migrated NSW. Aust. abt. 1857. Any connections, siblings, relatives , leads or information greatly appreciated.
red mail catherine Redmond
Married 1849 Dublin father John Redmond any information
red mail Mount Joy Prison
Looking for info about Robert McConnell and family. He was a warder at the prison in the 1890s.
red mail Michael CONWAY Esther LAWLER
Would like any information about Michael & Esther married in Dublin 1858. Some of their children were Esther, William, Michael, Mary, Patrick and Bridget (she was born in Wagga Wagga NSW Australia.) They went to Aust. in 1877, Patrick is my Grandfather. Would like to find out about his siblings and where he was born. Any help would be appreciated. :o)
red mail Murray-Mort
Looking for info on family of Elizabeth Murray born c 1821 in Dublin,Ireland, she married John Mort from Killkenney, Ireland in Paisley, Scotland May 1841. Any info available would be appreciated.


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