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Willis, Patrick and Mary Barrack St and later Robinstown
Searching for ancestors and descendants (living or otherwise) of Patrick Willis 1895-1951 (possible connection to the Work House and served in the Connaght Rangers 1914 to 1921)(Mother possibly Kate Melody) and Mary Lynch 1895-1980 (Mother possibly Mary Lynch nee Carroll) married March 1918 in Mullingar. Between 1919 and 1937 they had 7 children that survived: Patrick who married Eilleen, parents of Maura and Patrick; Maura who married Hans Lissone; Joseph who married Florence (my Grandparents), parents of Royston, Kathleen, Josephine and Shaun; Bernard who married Ester, parents of Christopher and Mary and moved to Longford; Christopher married Anne parents of Christopher and Janet; Kathleen married Fred Fox parents of Linda and Malcolm and Thomas who moved to Alaska

Posted Revised Sep 2013
Mullingar, An Muileann gCearr, and Parish, County Westmeath


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Researching Gutteridge and Wall of Hanwell prior to 1968; Willis, Melody and Barleen of Mullingar prior to 1940; Speirs of Greenock prior to 1840; Pennel of Belfast prior to 1840; Read of Transvaal - South Africa and possibly England prior to 1909.

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