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German (Parish) Isle of Man
One of 17 parishes on the Isle of Man.

THE parish of GERMAN (from St. Germanus, a disciple of St. Patrick and appointed by him bishop of Man) extends from the river Neb to Glen Cam along the coast, and from ... more

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red mail Claghue/Mylchreest Kirk Michael
Looking for family tree members related to the Claque or Clague and Mylchreest families who married into the Graham family of Cumberland.William Graham and Eleanor Clague were married in Malew on 12th August 1827. Thanks for your help.
Seeking descendants of John Johnson(fisherman) and Margaret(nee Corlett)-Parents of Eva,Ida,John Thomas, Margaret(Maggie)Sidney, Steven and William. 1881 Census of German Parish. My great grandfather John Thomas married Margaret Leask 1902 Shetland Islands. He emigrated to NZ around 1909-1912. Family followed 1912,Contact lost, whereabouts unknown to family around that time, or later. Maybe he kept touch with own family in Isle of Man. Possibility of him being in Australia.Can anyone help? Would love to share NZ family history with Isle of man relatives, and solve whereabouts. Val of NZ
red mail Ellis family Kirk Michael
Keen to find any details of Catherine Ellis (nee Vickery) described as widow in Kirk Michael census, 1851 with children Catherine 25, Sarah 23, Mary J 21., Nicholas 15, Samuel 13 and Henry 10. When did Catherine die, and where buried? Any details most greatfully appreciated.
red mail Ellis -- army based at Peel Peel
Keen to find info on death/burial of Dixie and/or Catherine Ellis (husband/wife). Resided Peel 1820s-1840s. Dixie b. Ireland 1770s based in Peel with army, (Catherine nee Vickery b. Whiddy Island, Bantry, Co. Cork). Children Arthur, Catherine, Elizabeth, Sarah b. Ireland; children Nicholas, Henry, Samuel born Peel. Census 1841 had all living in Peel; by 1851 Dixie had died, Catherine described as widow and living in Kirk Michael, IoM. First daughter Frances died young, bur. Peel. Nicholas (my g.g.grandfather), Samuel and Arthur Ellis all emigrated to NZ. Any info greatfully received.
Henry Clarke married Esther Moore on 28 July 1820 @ Patrick. They were farmers and had at least 9 children. The eldest was also Henry who also married an Esther. The youngest son was Josiah who married another Esther and went on to become the publican of the Manchester Arms, Patrick. I should like to hear from any one who knows more about this family and the pub.
red mail sheard family 1800's Peel
looking into sheard family history from peel. any info would be most appreciated.
red mail PERRY.MORRISON Kirk Michael
Samuel Perry born 1816 in Ireland married Ann Morrison in Malew in 1841 .They had 4 children.Do you have these in your tree ?

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