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red mail Kerrugan/Booth
I am looking for information on my great grandfather, Hugh Kerrigan, who married Mary Booth Dec. 14, 1852 in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh. I would like to get his birth certificate. I believe he was born in 1832 as he died 1879 at age 47. If anyone has any informatuin about Hugh or Mary, or where I might obtain a birth certificate for him, I would appreciate hearing from them.
James MILLS II was born in Dublin 1853 and married Elizabeth FOSTER in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh 1878, died Nov. 1922. He was a baker. Children: Annie, James, Wilfred, Ethel, Florence. Looking for any family ties. James II father James died pre-a974
red mail george wilgaus
my grandfather george wilgaus shown on royal marine discharge papers as born in tempo in 1857, son of william wilgaus trade baker.Although I know there are many wilgauses in Belfast area have been unable to trace george. I think it possible that there was a military barracks in tempo so he might have been born therein. Anyone with any info on this please contact me frank
red mail BEST of Tempo, Fermanagh, Ireland
Mary BEST (1829-1882) daughter of Allan BEST and Mary of Tempo, Fermanagh married 1853 in Melbourne, Australia to Michael MARTIN (1823-1895) son of Philip MARTIN and Isabella of Kinawley Parish, Fermanagh. Mary emigrated about 1851-53 with a Scottish family that converted to catholisism. Mary died at Smeaton, Victoria. Children of Michael MARTIN and Mary BEST: Philip, Mary, Michael, Margaret, Annie, James, Elizabeth and Patrick. Their daughter Mary Martin (1856-1918) married Michael MORONEY in 1877 at Creswick, Victoria, Australia.

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