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red mail John & Ann Mullen C 1776-1818
John & Ann were the parents of Robert Mullen baptised into the Church of Ireland in Kells 19/09/1776. John, whom family tradition says was a librarian, died & was buried in Kells by Rev James Moffat in July 1818. Has anyone any information about either parent or any brothers or sisters for Robert or any pointers as to how I can find any more family detail?
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i am trying to find out information on a marble bust which i have of a rev Thomas Betagh from kells county meath ireland He was born in 1837 and died in 1811, he was the last surviving jesuit father in ireland and was vicar general of Dublin and i was hoping someone may have some info on this man, The item itself must have been made in 1811 as it was exhibited in Allens rooms in Dublin in 1811 but i don't know who made it. Thank you.
red mail CARR of Kells, Meath c.1800
I'm tracking the Carr family back to Ireland; Stephen Carr was a tailor working in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England in the early 1800's. He is recorded on the census as having been born in 1805-6, in Kells, Meath. I have no information about any siblings or ancestors. Stephen married Ann Westwood in Birmingham, and his descendants established the companies which became Carrs Paints and Carrs Papers. I'd be interested to hear from anyone with connections.
red mail Margaret LYNCH Kells ca 1845 married Michael ALLEN
I am seeking information about Margaret LYNCH born in Kells ca 1845. She married Michael ALLEN in about 1865. She was 'widowed aged 65' on 1911 Dublin census at 9 Irvine Terrace with Margaret 29, Bridget 25 & James 23 - all these children were born in Westmeath. According to this census she & Michael had 11 children born alive, 8 surviving at 1911. I only have names for 10. Any help gratefully received; many thanks.
red mail Chance family
Originally from Kells, moved to New Zealand early 1800's James and mother Nellie. He joined 65th regiment and married Elizabeth Fitzsimmons. Any one recognise these names?
Edward and Mary (nee SMYTH)GURREN migrated to Sydney AUS, in 1856 with children Annie, Eliza, Bridget, Julia Catherine and Edward. Love to hear from anyone else researching GURRENS from Kells.
red mail Glass-Mullen
Phoebe Glass born abt 1800 married Michael Mullen and settled in Nottingham. Also Mary Glass born early 1800 married Patrick Caffrey also settled in Nottingham

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