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red mail John Jackson
Any information or decendants of John Jackson b 1840 Limerick (son of John Jackson). He married Christiana Quickfall in 1862 in Barton upo Humber and died 1886 in Beverley Yorkshire. They had 8 children, one of whom was my grandfather.
red mail McENERY
Seeking information on Margaret McEnery who was born in 1801 in Limerick whose parents are unknown. Margaret was a dairymaid who at age 26 on 18 March 1829, before the Limerick Court, was sentenced to transportation. Came to Australia January 1830. ANY information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail POWER
edgar edwin power married a Mary Ann Renehan 08.01.1884 in Limerick(St Michaels). He was a corporal in the Army. Does anyone know anything re the couple or the church please?
red mail AHEARN AHERN
Murtagh (b 1769) John Micheal William (all sentenced in Limerick) Summer 1800 all sentenced to life in Australia. Any details of these brothers. Travelled on the ship Atlas. Any family information appreciated.
Brazziel
Hello, I have a gravemarker photo of Mary who's husband was Thomas Brazziel who died in 1856 at 63 years old. If anyone is interested let me know how to contact you. Nancy
red mail De'lee or Delee
Hello, i was tasked to find out if my auntie's married name was actually correct. Some family members spell it De'lee, others delee and because there is some confusion it could come from a similar name e.g delaney. Any help?
red mail Hunt, William
I am researching the family of William Lewis Hunt born 1843, who married Mary Brady. He was a land agent in Limerick and they lived in George Street. Their children were: Robert, Harry, William, Alice, Evelyn and Mabel. Mabel married a lawyer named Harry Maunsell. William Lewis' father was Robert Bloomfield Hunt, 1814 to 1895.
red mail WILKINSON - LIMERICK
I am looking for information on Mary Jane Tuthill Wilkinson born c1814 Limerick, who married John Graham Fetherston in 1839 at St Michael's, Limerick, Co Wexford. Mary Jane's parents were Mary (nee Tuthill) and Samuel Wilkinson who were also married at St Michael's in 1813. Mary Jane's siblings were Amelia born c1815 and Anne born c1817.
red mail George Sweeney/ Deborah O'Regan
I have recently discovered that one of my ancestors (Catherine Sweeney b 1833? Limerick)emigrated to Australia in 1855 aboard the "Gilmore". The only information I have about her is that her parents names were George Sweeney and Deborah O'Regan. If anyone could help I would appreciate it very much
red mail Mary harris
looking for a mary *** she became mary harris living in hinton aged 31 married to a federick harris in 1881 i think i have traced her in the 1871 census living in bentford but need more proof
red mail Fitzgerald
My ancestors were Edward Fitzgerald and Louisa (Hughes). They were married in NSW, Australia in 1861. Edward Fitzgerald died on the 16/5/1914. They had six children Julia, John. Mary. George, Edward and James. I an trying to see if anyone has any records on Edward as I can't seem to find out who his parents or siblings were. I would assune they may have come from Ireland. Thanks
Carroll. Duncan
Looking for details on the family of Mary Carroll b. circa 1808 in Limerick, Ireland. She died 6 Oct 1883 in Leith, Edinburgh. She was married to James Aitcheson Pollock and her parents were Patrick Carroll and Hannah Duncan. Many thanks.
red mail quaid
looking for a John Quaid he was a coachman.He had a son Patrick Francis born 1877. Patrick went to london,not sure of date but married in 1903.Im afraid i know nothing else of my Grt grandfather other than these details.


 
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