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Marown Isle of Man
One of 17 parishes on the Isle of Man.

MAROWN, the Midland Parish of Man, is the only one which does not touch the sea. It includes the middle section of the central valley from Greeba to Union Mills, with t... more

 
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red mail Kelly Family Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
I am searching for members or information of the Kelly Family. My father John William Kelly was born in Whitehaven in 1951. His father John Kelly known as 'Bernie' was a Charge Engineer at an electric power station. He was married to Ida White. John had a brother Archie who live on the Isle of Man. He died in the 1980's and had Altzeihmers or similar disease. Apparently he was well known in the community. Any information on Archie or other Kelly family members would be wonderful. Thank you
red mail Anne Stone Douglas
Anne Rose Stone would have been born approx 1904 on Isle of Mann, her mother worked or ran a Casino. Anne was first born of possibly 5 children. Family stories say that Anne is related to Tom Mix the famous cowboy silent movie star, Tom would be about 24 years old when Anne was born, I am interested in finding out how she may be related. Mix was touring Europe with Circus style Wild West Shows before he was famous, his 1st marriage ended in 1904.
red mail Kew Family Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
Henry Kew born in England 1823 married on the 14/02/1848 to Mary Ann Lonagan in Ireland later moved to the I.O.M. Any information on the family will be appreciated.
red mail Wright family Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
Living in Stephens(?) terrace, Douglas in the 1861 Census, Henry Wright, his mother-in-law Helena Phillipps and his children Harvey, Henry, Jane and Anne. Any information very welcome
red mail Kirkmichael Cemetery Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
I would like to obtain a photograph of a headstone in the Kirkmichael Cemetery for a Geoff Meredith, died age 27 during TT week 1928. His headstone is a marble checkered flag and was an exact copy of the flag used to finish the I.O.M. races. He was part of a team of visiting speedway riders from Australia with a promising future. Had always dreamed of going to the TT races so left the team in London to go to the I.O.M. He fell ill with pneumonia on arrival but was expected to recover. My Grandfather was wired. Tragically, he died in our Grandfathers arms, during TT week. My Grandfather gave up racing after that. Any assistance would be greatly 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.
Arnull from the Isle of Man Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
George Robert Jean Louis Arnull born 13 3 1930 in Livalluis Pierret/Seine is the father of Andre George Arnull who was born in Paris is looking for his roots his grandparents are said to be from the Isle of Man , Can anyone help please.Thank you
red mail oxley Isle of Man (IOM, Island, British Isles)
red mail George Strickett Douglas
I am looking for family/relatives of First Name: George Last Name: Strickett Ethnicity: Canada, English Last Place of Residence: Liverpool, England Date of Arrival: May 27, 1923 Age at Arrival: 34y 6m Gender: M Marital Status: M Ship of Travel: Caronia Port of Departure: Liverpool Manifest Line Number: 0002 any information is appreciated please contact me
red mail CLARKE/MOORE - PATRICK, ISLE OF MAN Patrick
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.

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