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Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
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Major town: Douglas
Population 1801: 40,081
Population 1961: 48,133
Population 2002: 73,873
Not part of Great Britain but part of the British Isles. Like the Channel Islands these islands ar...
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Harry Marsden adopted lived Douglas IOM  Jun 2010 (175641)
I am trying to trace Harry Marsden who I know was adopted and lived at one stage in Douglas on the Isle of Man. He would now be aged 60-65. He was briefly in the army and worked as a Mechanic in Gosport in 1970. Would love to hear from anyone who knew of him. Thank you.
John Pooley & Catherine Curphey  Nov 2007 (124906)
Would anyone have any information on John Pooley of the Parish of Lonan - (born 1817-Ireland) & Catherine Curphey (1827-Isle Of Man). They were married by license in Andreas on the 1st March 1845 by Dan Nelson (Curate) in the presence of John Sayle, John Corlett & John Radcliffe (Parish Clerk of St Andreas) They later moved & appear on the 1851 Census in Hensingham. Cumberland.
Ogilvie, Ogilvy  Aug 2006 (89558)
Looking for details regarding an ancestor Margaret Ogilvie b. circa 1785 on the Isle of Man. She died 15 Nov 1862 in Leith, Edinburgh. She was married to Alexander Gibson. Her parents were George Ogilvie (silversmith) and Margaret...(cant make out surname). Many thanks
Dunne/ Dunn  Aug 2004 (37528)
Dunne, John F. Born on I.O.M. 19th Century. Any information welcome.

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