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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.
I am looking for connections with WILLIAM DOWLING who was born in Dublin in 1819, but later moved to England where he is noted in the 1851 Census as being maried to Ann Marcott, and having 5 children: Edward, Thomas, Martha, Sarah and Philip. Please help! I have come to a complete standstill on this one and don't know what else to do!
red mail Martin Cooke
Trying to trace any information on my great-uncle Martin Cooke b.1895 Co.Kilkenny. He had a grocery store at 5 Aughram St. & Capel St. Dublin. Married to Francis Lyons. Became a Republican and was imprisoned in Mountjoy 1922. Any info would be appreciated. Thankyou
red mail Rose Carigan, b: 1848 Dublin
Rose Carigan, born Dublin circa 1848, married in Aston Juxta Birminghan, Co. Warwick 1860 -- am trying to trace Irish origins.
White /Barry
Looking for descendants of John Barry, from Denzille Lane or Sandwith Terrace Dublin and Whites from Dun Laoghaire and Crumlin
red mail st.claire/hobday
if anyone has any info on a st.claire family from the 1900s i would like to hear from them. my mums name was beryl paddy st.claire born 1907 and married william hobday (my dad) in 1932. thanks
red mail SCOTT, John
I know, it just couldn't be a weird name. But I need help. The only information I have is that my John Scott was born in Ireland, He was born 1839 and immigrated to Canada in 1846 with his mother Elizabeth and siblings, I cannot find anything about a father. I know this is really vague but any help would be so appreciated.
red mail Thomas States and Family
I am looking for descendants of Thomas States, who became a law clerk in Dublin in the 1800's. He was my great, great grandfather.Also I cannot find where and when he died. Believed born c1800 Brian States
red mail brian oconnor
Im looking for brian oconnor who i met in dublin in 1995. He will be in his mid to late thirties now. He worked in a lighting/electronics factory and lived in or just outside dublin. I really need to find him as i have something very important to tell him. does anyone know him or his family?
red mail Barton
I am trying to trace my Grandmothers roots, her fathers name was John Barton he died & her mother bought her over to England. Her name was Florence Barton b.1874 - d. 1924. She married Charles Lucking on 3rd.Aug.1895 in Brixton. They had 11 children, one of whom was my mother. If anyone has any info' it would be appreciated.
red mail Search for Winifred Montgomery
I am searching for any information concerning Winifred Montgomery, also known as Margaret Winnifred Montgomery, born about 1907 in Dublin County. The last know address I have for Winifred is the Magdalen hospital/aylum in Leeson Street, Dublin where she gave birth to a son in 1930. She may have left this address in October 1930.
red mail Lindsey
Looking for info on this surname for one family of lindseys cause i find my own family does not even exist. would also like to find a certain family tree with one name in paticular: Glenn Hubert Lindsey somewhere in the family tree.
red mail Rodden
My G. G. grand father Thomas Rodden was born in 1837 Dublin Ireland. Don't know when he came to Australia, but he married in Delegate Victoria Aust. in October 1881 and died in May 1882 His father John Rodden , my G.G.G.Grand father was a Police Inspector in Dublin and was married to Eliza nee. Egan. Any info would be appreciated.
JONES, PERSSE families
Searching for information related to William JONES, born about 1830, presumably in Dublin. He married Mary PERSSE who was likely born about 1830 as well. I imagine they were married in the early 1850's and had sons: Robert, Jack and Samuel. The family are thought to have lived around North Wall, Dublin. Samuel the youngest was born 18th June, 1864, and sadly his mother died in child birth. Shortly after, husband William (who was a groom) died of pneumonia while attempting to rescue horses during a flood. The three boys were raised by their aunt, a sister of Mary's. Later Jack went to Canada & had a daughter named Coral. Robert & Samuel went to Australia, where they both married and had children. Does anything here look familiar?
Bernard(Barney)J Barden
My Grandfather (b 1855/d.?1930-36)in Dublin .Following family dispute moved to Nth Wales c.1905 and died there, we know not where or when.Rumoured he worked in an institution .Would like to discover any info.
red mail Grant
looking for family of Annie Catherine Grant born Nov 7, 1886. She had brothers named John and Barney and a sister named Martha. She also had stepsisters named Rose and Mary Mcgrane. They all moved to the philadelphia Pa area.
red mail Republic of Ireland soccer players
I am looking for relatives of soccer players who have played for the Republic of Ireland or, indeed, the players themselves. I am writing a book on players who have been capped by the Republic of Ireland and would welcome any imputs from families or relations of players capped between 1926 and 2004. Thank you.
red mail Fitzpatricks
Francis Fitzpatrick married Margaret Nutter on 11th October 1863.They were married St Andrews Church Westland Row Dublin. Francis's address was 24 Prussia Street Dublin and Margaret's address was 5 City Quay Dublin at the time of the marriage.Francis had brothers: John,Patrick,Malachi. Sisters: Margaret, Julia and Mary Anne and Anna. Their parents were John Fitzpatrick and Bridget Gaffney. Some of these emigrated to Lancashire. Any information on the above would be gratefully appreciated.
red mail Farrally
Mary Farrally born Maynetown Civil Parish Baldoyle Dublin North Leinster
red mail BOSHELL
My grandmother ANNIE BOSHELL was born 1879 in Dublin to Captain John Edward Boshell and Susan nee DOWZARD.She had 2 older brothers. Sister SUSAN was born in 1882 and unfortunately her mother died. A sister, KATHLEEN Elizabeth died in M/c in 1927 aged42, according to the informant, my grandmother Annie.Therefore Kathleen must have been born in 1885. Her father was John Edward but who was her mother. I am unable to find Kathleen's birth, her father's remarriage or her father's death.Can anybody help?
red mail Crowder/Parker - Ireland, early 1800's
In the 1851 census in Macclesfield, Cheshire I have my 3xgreat grandfather William Crowder, weaver (dob abt 1806) wife Hannah Parker (bob abt 1812) Entry states only that they were born in Ireland. Most other Crowders in Macc' born in Dublin. Unableto locate them in 1841 census. Please can anybody help. Not so much a brick wall more a great big dam!!!
Does anyone know of this family who may have come from Dublin Lawrence Geoghan, a master tailor & his son Stephen Geoghan,there may be variations in the spelling of the surname Stephen went at some time to Stafford where he married Louisa Paddison. In 1881 Louisa & the children were in the Stoke on Trent workhouse, but cannot find out where Stephen was, any ideas???
red mail Looking for Wilson and Alcock
Looking for info on Thomas Nathaniel and Martha (nee Edwards)Wilson and their children. No idea what area they were in. Children: Mark, Elizabeth, Alexander, Charles. There was also a William F. Alcock and Mary (nee Griffith) Alcock family there. Their son Thomas M. married Ann Hawkins. Any info on these families would be so appreciated.
bridget eslin (hesling, heslin)
i am looking for any information on bridget eslin born 1774, in dublin. transported from cork in 1793 on the sugarcane to nsw australia, sentence was 7 years, possible brother patric transported the same year but on another ship, this laday was my ggggggrandmother, married robert hobbs who also was transported to nsw australia as a convicted.
I am looking for any information on the PLANT family in and around Dublin - Have some information that there were some PLANT's living in Moore Street, Drimnagh sometime in the early 1970's (abt 1973). My Grandfather, Valentine Aloysius, was born inDublin 16th Feb 1896 to James Plant (Turf Accountant). My Grandfather trained to become a Dentist, then moved to the Rhondda Valleys to practice in Ferndale. My Grandfather married twice, first to Cathleen Olwen Elliot, divorced sometime prior to 6/1/1954. Aloysius remarried 16 November 1955 to Rosanna Ninnis. I would love to hear from anyone who may be able to shed light on my searches.
red mail Dalton Ma(t)thew
Matthew Dalton was convicted in Dublin on 5th October 1827 for stealing sugar. This 19 year old was transported to Australia. I am seeking information on his family prior to his transportation.
searching the families of peter gray born c 1815 to bernard gray and elizabeth danny and his wife mary ann inglesby or englishby (they married in 1839 and left for australia in 1841), born c1821 to Terrance Inglesby and mary unknown. regards, yvonne
red mail Dobbins / Cullen from Dublin
Looking for info. re Peter Dobbins 1897-1955 and Margaret Cullen 1895-1929. They lived in Dublin ( 14 Warrington Place and 37 Fenian St) and had four sons
red mail Keegan Maguire
Hi, i'm looking for information on Elizabeth Maguire who married a male called Christopher Keegan (he already had a child) The couple had a sweet shop in the ballsbridge area of Dublin. Any info gratefully received.
Please see entry for Kilmurry, Co.Kilkenny under this heading.
Colour Sergeant Paul STOKES 2nd Batt Royal Irish Regiment stationed at Clonmel, Tipperary. Paul was born c1853 birthplace Cripplegate, London. Married Rose Ann DUFFY 4/1882, Clonmel, Tipperary. Rose died 1890 - Paul's second marriage was to ---? REYNOLDS schoolteacher from Nenagh,Tipperary
red mail O'toole
dray driver in London. Married Sarah Cheedy who was a lady in waiting to Lord and Lady Fitzgerald. Son Edward worked as stoker at Battersea Power Station, lived Peabody Buildings, Chelsea
red mail Sinclair
My Sinclairs were in Dublin in the early to mid 19th century. They were tabinet (silk) weavers and tailors. Richard Sinclair joined the 10th Royal Hussars and by the 1870's was located in Canterbury, Kent, England. He married Alice Brown and set up a photography studio in Northgate. The business later was run by his daughter and son-in-law (Preece.)
Charles D Durham born Ireland 5 September 1832 Died Sunday 1st December 1861 on board HMS Terrible. Can find no trace of father other then on marriage cert. states his name as Christopher Durham grocer. Any information on the above sort. Thanks
red mail Richmond Lunatic Asylum In 1832
p 185 The Richmond District Lunatic Asylum - For the County and City of Dublin, Counties of Meath, Wicklow and Louth, and the County of the Town of Drogheda. Governors Pursuant to Act of Parliament. Archbishop of Dublin - Lord Brabazon - Hnery White esq - George Moore esq - Frederick Shaw esq - Philip Crampton M.D. Leland Croththwait esq - William English esq - Jos Goff junr esq Rev James Horner - J David LaTouche esq - Wm P Lunell esq -Rob M Peile esq - James M Pike esq - Robert Orr esq - Lord Killeen. Physician - Alex Jackson M.D. Surgeon - And Johnston esq Secretary - W Wainwright esq Manager - S Wrigley esq Accountant - Js Hendrick esq Matron - Mrs C Wrigley Chaplain - Rev A S Adamson Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev Js Monks No Patient can be admitted without a Medical Certificate of Insanity, and an Affidavit of Poverty, which are submitted to the Board of Governors, printed forms of application may be had from the Manager and if applied for by letter must be post paid.
Searching for DONEGANS originally in Dublin and Corlatt, Co. Fermanagh. In particular a John Donegan who was a Jeweller and traded in Dublin in the mid 1800's. Would also be interested to contact anyone who might have a photograph of a statue of the above John Donegan, which is erected in the O'Connell Circle in Glasnevin Cemetary, Dublin.
red mail Peel And Strickland Families
Researching Peel (and variants), Strickland and Hollywood families of Dublin.
Wood Joshua
Looking for anything about Joshua Wood who married a lady called Jane from Mount Mellick in Ireland. Joshua was born In Dublin. They came over from Ireland in the early 1800's to live in Bradford, Yorkshire
red mail Tancred, Elizabeth & John
Elizabeth TANCRED (a minor and spinster of No. 6 Lower Baggott Street, Dublin and daughter of Carpenter John TANCRED) married James SHARMAN, a soldier in the Scots Guards, 21 Nov 1870 at St Peter's Church, Aungier St, Dublin, Ireland. Anyone know anything of this TANCRED family??

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