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red mail James O'Brien
I am trying to find out more about my great grandfather James O'Brien. He was probably born around 1846. We know that he left Plymouth on the 3rd July 1863 on board the Ida Zeigler and arrived in Auckland New Zealand on 4 Oct 1863. He was listed as a messenger boy to a Major J F Moore. James married in 1868 giving his age as 22 years. He died on 15 Sept 1915 aged 70. His death certificate tells us his father was William and his mother Margaret, maiden name Cardiff. Any ideas anyone. Thanks from NZ Sarah
red mail Hogan/Conroy/Nolan family
my Great Grandfather Patrick Alfred Hogan married Mary Conroy, he was a boot maker. They left Ireland and came to Australia in 1890's. they left the eldest son also Patrick Alfred behind with the Conroy family. he later married a Gertrude Nolan and they also came out to Australia in 1921. I have tried to find the remaining families but no luck so far. Patrick & Gertrude lived in Clonliffe Road Dublin 3 and came to live in Brisbane, Queensland Australia with their 4 children. Gertrude, Patrick, Alfred & Desmond. any help would be welcome.
red mail HOGAN and MURPHY
Looking for any information on Edward HOGAN and Elizabeth MURPHY (abt 1800?) and daughter Mary (abt 1821). Mary migrated to Australia in 1841 with husband Nicholas DUGGAN(abt 1819)
red mail O'Hara/Flannery
I am looking for any info relating to the O'Hara family of Dublin. Kate O'Hara b abt 1836 Dublin, Ireland married in County Mayo to Patrick Flannery born abt 1836 in County Mayo 1855. They left Ireland bound for Australia arriving in 1857. They had five children born in Victoria, Australia. I don't know the birth dates of Patrick or Kate only that her parents were Matthew O'Hara who was a Land agent and Catherine Kavanagh
red mail Joseph Maher
Seeking contact with any relations of Joseph Maher born in Dublin in the 1920's and later served in the RAF. Regards Paul.
red mail Farrell/McLean Marriage
Mary Ellen Farrell gave birth to Jane Farrell in 1913, not sure exactly where, sorry. By 1919 she had returned to Salford near Manchester, a widow where she gave birth to Annie McLean. Desperate to know what happened between 1913-1919. Can't find Jane's birth registered anywhere (her father is Harry Farrell), no record of Farrell/McLean marriage or the death of Annie's father Harry McLean. Legend has it that he died in an accident in a mill. Not sure how to check Irish records, I've been on a few websites, but without luck. Anyone help?
red mail Molloy,Malloy,Moloy
My Great Grandfather Michael Molloy- Malloy came over to England from Ireland aged 21 with his widowed Mother Margaret aged 54, they appear on the England 1861 census living in Durham, Michael that same year married Margaret Rossiter.Sorry it's a long shot not knowing where in Ireland,they were of Roman Catholic faith, any clues to go on would be most appreciated.
JOHN CLARKE/ANNIE WHITE/Isabella Clarke/WILLIAM QUIRK Looking for family and ancestors of the above. John Clarke is buried in League cemetery Dublin. He was married to Annie White from Scotland. their daughter Isabella Clarke married W Quirk in Connecticut USA. Looking for ancestors and family of the above.
red mail Alice Jones born Dublin 1900
Does anyone have access to Dublin BMD? I'm told Alice was born in Dublin in 1900. The family then returned to Wales in about 1903. Or can anyone tell me where i can find Dublin BMD - I cant find her on LDS. Thanks. Mary
red mail Maurice Bolton Fitzgerald
I am trying to find out more about Maurice Bolton Fitzgerald, who was born at Stephen's Green on June 4th, 1856, and his family. He was a civil servant, who worked for the Inland Revenue and later Customs and Excese in England. I am especially interested in his son Robert Railton Fitzgerald, who was my mother's uncle. I believe he became a Christen Scientist and went to Kenya as a missionary. Him, his wife (Ellen) and two children (Margaret and Barbara) were never heard of again.

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