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red mail info on Peter Penrose
i am looking for info on Peter Penrose born around 1850 in Dublin, married Mary about 1879. in 1911 census he is a tailor living in Dublin. children at home then were Christopher, Emma and John. the census indicates that there were 2 other living children - perhaps older and married!? john married Elizabeth (Lillie) Cox. Any help/info/direction wonderful! thanks
red mail Timms of Dublin, came to England.
A long shot, but if anyone has Patrick Timms married to Alice (they were born 1810-1815 in Dublin) I'd love to hear from you. They came to Coventry, England by approx 1834 and had 7 children.
red mail Bridget O'keeffe b. Dublin 1912
I am trying to find information on the family of my grandmother Bridget O'Keeffe born 1912 in or around Dublin. We believe the 1911 census shows some of them them to be living in MurphysTown but we are not sure if it is them. We think her mothers name was also Bridget. Her father, Richard O'Keeffe, a horse groom, died when he was kicked by a horse . Bridget was then left by her mother in an orphanage with her brothers and sisters ( Thomas , Patrick, Richard, Eva, Nellie and Mary O'Keeffe). Several of these siblings came to England in the late 1920's early 1930's. Bridget's brother Richard went into the army. Thomas lived somewhere near Stonebridge park, Wembley , Middlesex , but returned to Ireland in later years. Would like to hear from anyone that may have any information on this O'Keeffe family.
red mail information on moving to England 1880
Can anyone please suggest where i might find information about emigrants from Dublin to uk and possible irish regiments who might have fought in Europe during 1880's. Thank you
red mail George Heywod Moore
I'm hoping to find relatives of George Heywood Moore who was born in 1871 in southern Ireland and married Elise Trinel from Calais they lived in Leeds according to 1891 census. He is my great grandfather on my father's mothers side. Interested in when he left Ireland and how he met Elise
red mail Mallets in Dublin
I'm researching the family of John and Robert Mallet who had an iron foundry in Ryders Row near Parnell Street in Dublin during the first half of the 19th century. Robert became one of Ireland's most famous engineers. Other members of the family were his grandfather Richard, uncles Robert and William, his mother Thomasina, his aunt Jane and son John William.
Sir Roger Therry was born in Cork, Ireland, in 1800 and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. In 1822, he became secretary of the National Society for the Education of the Poor in Ireland. A keen supporter of Daniel O'Connell and Catholic Emancipation, in April 1829, he was appointed Commissioner of the Courts of Requests (small debts) in NSW. He arrived in Sydney in Nov 1829. He displayed, according to the "ADB", "an understanding of the mainsprings of human action". Governors Darling, Bourke and Gipps had the highest opinion of Therry. In June 1843, he stood for election to the new partly-elected NSW Legislative Council. Therry was Catholic; his opponent was a staunch Anglican. John Macarthur, who on principle rejected the contention that a man's religion should be a disqualification, threw his weight behind Therry, who won. After Responsible Government in 1856, he opposed the Secret Ballot and Universal Adult Male Suffrage - he was no democrat. In 1850, he presided over the first sitting of the Supreme Court on circuit at Brisbane, then still in NSW. He resigned in 1859 and retired to England. The British Government knighted him in 1869 and he died at Bath in 1874. On Mon 21 Aug 1854, he had presided over the Circuit Court trial of Thomas Crane, a trial of great interest to my family, though we are not related to Crane. I am searching for the BENCH BOOKS of Mr Justice Therry. They are not in the NSW Government Archives. Maybe he donated his books and papers to his alma mater, Trinity College, the most prestigious university in Ireland.
red mail Colgan Family Dublin
I am trying to locate a Peter Colgan born in 1866 in Dublin. He married a lady called Mary (do not know her maiden name) who was also born in Dublin in 1875. They had a son Edward John Colgan born in Dublin in 1895. The family then moved to the UK, Preston, Lancashire and Ann Colgan (my Great Grandmother) was born there in 1896. They moved to Lancaster, Lancashire and had another child Mary Theresa Colgan (known as Theresa) in 1904. If anyone knows anything about this family I would be grateful for any information.
ThomasMillar - Bootmaker : Dublin : Born 1853
Any information relating to the family, relations or descendants of Thomas Millar, Bootmaker, Born in Kingstown { Dun Laoghaire } in 1853, and his Wife, Mary Jane Moore, born in Kingstown { Dun Laoghaire } in 1865, who were married in Dublin City in 1878 would be most sincerely appreciated.
red mail Cooper, Harry Taggart
Harry Taggart born 1869 in Dublin his father was John Hall Cooper who owned a company that made matches. Harry was a commercial traveller. He travel to Africa in 1900's Immigrated to Canada and lived in Lachine Quebec and then moved to Vancouver,BC Canada and died in 1949. He married Isabella Langdands Munro in Edinburgh on 02 Dec 1903. I am looking for any information available about Harry or the Cooper family
red mail David Weyman
I have been researching into David Weyman (d. 1822) who composed a book called 'Melodia Sacra' (1812-19). Weyman was a vicar choral at both St Patrick's and Christ Church cathedrals in Dublin in the early 1800s. He had a sister who lived in Cork Street in Dublin and a brother (I think), Edward who was parish clerk at Delgany, Co Wicklow. Edward married Esther Fox from Delgany and they had 5 children. I have searched for previous family history but to no avail. Has anyone heard of them or does anyone know of any Weymans in England or Wales in the 18th century who may have moved to Ireland?
red mail James Egan, son of Thomas (bootmaker) and Mary Harman
Hi, I'm looking for the family of my gggrandfather, James Christopher Egan b1827 Dublin, son of Thomas and Mary Harma(n). Thomas is listed as a bootmaker at 1. Mecklenburgh Street Dublin in the Dublin Almanac of 1842. James travelled to Australia in 1852, and married Sarah McVeigh from Armagh. Any information or leads would be wonderful. Many thanks, Rosie
red mail Henry Linch
My Greatgrandfather Henry linch/Lynch born beggarsbush Barracks about 1858, His fathers name Was Joseph Linch/Lynch and Mother aleedged to be Mary Bartley. I am seeking Henry's Date of Birth or Baptism, also any information On Joseph ie death date of birth ect. and also anything on Mary and if Henry had any Siblings David
red mail messett
looking for any info on the name Messett My grandmother was Kathleen Messett who came from Dublin b abt 1879. Was on 1901 census in Eng.Had a sister Julia b abt1884. On her marriage cert.fathername was george,occ.police constable. Both marr.In Eng in 1900s Any info on name or family welcomed.Thanks.
red mail Hayes/Buckley
We are looking for information on the families of Hayes and Buckley. Julia Buckley married James Hayes in 1878 in Co. Cork, they moved to Dublin and they had children called James, Patrick and Timothy Hayes. James Hayes had come over from Swansea. Julia Buckley's name was James and James Hayes father was John. James Hayes and the children worked as Tailors. We know Julia Buckley died between 1901 and 1911 because the census' tell us this, and we also know that James Hayes jnr married Christina Keegan in 1901. Any other information would be gratefully accepted!
red mail Dowling Family- St. Paul Parish North Quay's
Seeking info / descendants of William Dowling and Catherine Lee married in 1827 - St. Paul's, Arran Quay- North Dublin. They had a confectionery / pastry shop. Their children: William Albert (married Bridget Fitzsimons), Emily Agnes (joined church became known as Mother Veronica Dowling of Little Company of Mary) Maria Anna (died as child), Louise Victoria, Teresa (died as child) Joseph Dowling, John Dowling. Fate of Louise, John and Joseph unknown. Thanks for reading.
red mail Mathews family Dublin/India
Looking for family of Robert Mathews (m Harriott North in 1832 in India),soldier? born Dublin c 1798 and went out to India. Any info gratefully received.
red mail Morley
I am looking for any children/decendants from the marriage in Dublin of Margaret Morley to James Young (also known as Palmer) on the 8th December 1873. James was based at Richmond Barracks at the time of the marriage.
red mail Sheehan in Ireland
My Mary Sheehan born c1828/30 Dublin or Tipperary, fth John, a saddler, unknown mth, maybe siblings John, Tim, Cate. Arrived in NSW about 1845/6 married T H Jones. Family were in NSW & Sth Aust. Can anyone please place them "somewhere" in Ireland for me.
red mail Williams
My 2x great grandfather Lewis (or Louis) Williams was according to English census returns born in Dublin in about 1814. He was however in England by about 1835 where he married and apparently spent the rsst of his life. His first wife was Ann Hignet and his second wife Elizabeth Sarah Clarke. Any information on Lewis' background, parentage and siblings in Dublin would be welcome.
red mail frank farrell born dublin 12/2/1867
frank farrell born dublin 12/2/1867 son of bernard farrell - teresa lawless he was married twice , second wife norah keough born 1897 dublin. children from second marriage = josephine ,bernard ,teresa, may and francis. first wife joshepine malone from dublin , died 5th feb 1903. had five children , looking for any information on the children from both marriages.
red mail Clinton family, Dublin
I'm looking for infomation on the Clinton family of Dublin. William b.Jan.14, 1806, Robert b.Aug. 9, 1807 and John b. Nov. 2, 1809. John moved to London aged about 13/14 to study music. William remained in Dublin, I think he went to Trinity College and married Julia, lived at Newcomen Terr. John was my great great great grandfather. He was a composer, Prof.of music and designed & made flutes. I have no info on his parents or Robert. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail McCREATH
I have two McCreath families from Dublin (they also lived in Scotland) who intermarried. ELIZABETH McCREATH was born 1853 in Dublin (?), the daughter of JOHN McCREATH and ELIZA McCARTHY. She married JOHN JOSEPH McCREATH, born in Dublin in 1851, the son of JOHN JOSEPH McCREATH and ELLEN MOONEY. Sound familiar to anyone?
red mail Kearney/Leonard/Lutterell
Looking for any information on Richard Kearney, m. Clarinda Leonard 1833 possibly St Thomas Parish, Clarinda mother's maiden name "fisrt name unknown" Lutterell, fathers name possibly Patrick. Richard may have had a brother William m. Ellen year??, all left Dublin March 1833 on Strathfieldsay arrived Tasmania Australia June 1833
red mail Burke, Doyle
Looking for information on the family of James Burke and Mary Doyle who are said to be from Dublin. A son, Thomas James Burke, born about 1850, was a graduate of the Christian Brothers school and he went to America when he was about 15 or 16 years old, arriving in New York City where he attained work as a bookkeeper for an ice company. He is said to have later gone to Norristown, Pennsylvania to see a sister (name unknown) then went to Omaha, Nebraska and eventually made his way to the Denver, Colorado area where he became an influential and well-known entrepreneur in mining and in real estate. In a historical sketch written in Denver, he said his father was a "contractor of note" in Dublin. The only other clue we have as to his parents and family is his marriage in the Catholic Church in Colorado that gives his parents' names and says he's from Ireland. We would like to find more information on James and Mary and their children, their actual place of residence in Ireland, along with marriage/birth/death, etc. information. We would also like more information about the daughter who was in Norristown, Pennsylvania in 1865/1866. We have a good accounting of Thomas and his wife and children as well as his business ventures in Colorado which we have attained through research and we would be happy to share with others who are related to this family. But we are very interested in further information on his family and their life in Ireland and whether they actually lived in Dublin city or if it was Dublin county or somewhere else. Any further information will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for any and all help given.
Help with an Irish Marriage Please
I'm trying to find the date and location of a marriage in Ireland (possibly Dublin) for William Fulham (age 18) and Annie McLeonard. I have details of the birth of their daughter Estelle Elizabeth Fulham born 12 August 1934 in Tallaght Dublin. Thanks Tom
red mail Hannah Woodward born 1894 - 1886 Dublin
I'm looking for assistance in finding any reference to my grandmother, Hannah or Hanah Woodward. She is listed in the 1901 census as living with a family named Cuddy as a servant, aged 16 years. They lived at 36 Holles street (south Dock, Dublin) Sometime after this she moved to Southport, Lancs UK and was listed there in the 1911 census. She had three children, Thomas, Joseph and my mother, Elsie. I have not been able to find any birth or baptismal record for her on-line. I think she may have been an orphan but am not sure. I plan to visit Ireland for the first time this coming spring and would very much appreciate advice on how to search for actual records while I'm there. She is listed as church of Ireland on the census and all the children attended Catholic school. I would greatly appreciate any leads. She appears to have been friends with or related to a Catherine Powell. Thank you. Andrea
red mail McHENRY, THOMAS
I would greatly appreciate any information on this family please. According to his Marriage Certificate, Thomas was born about 1820 to parents William McHENRY and Mary KENNEDY, in either Dublin City or Dublin Co.- he doesn'r say which. Thomas spent his first seven years in Australia in New South Wales,where he would have arrived somewhere near 1841/42 then moved to Victoria. He was my two times great grandfather. We have wondered if he might been sent here as a convict because of the 7 yrs in New South Wales. Any suggestions would be very welcome.
red mail Beatrice Annie Walsh b 1882/1892
My ggrandmother Beatrice Annie Walsh stated she was born in Dublin in either 1882, or 1892. She likely had a brother Frank or Francis who died "young". Growing up she had a nanny who smoked a corncob pipe, an irish setter and a pony. She suffered from TB (we believe it was) and went somewhere in England to recover from it. But that is about all we know of her past. About 1909 she married William Henry Deacon of Cornwall. In 1913 they emigrated to Canada. If you have a missing branch on your Walsh tree, please contact me. Any help is greatly appreciated.
red mail whitehead penney
looking for EMMA WHITEHEAD b Dublin 1815, married CHARLES STUART PENNEY b Co Antrim 1813. 4 children in Ireland 1836-42 Went to Glasgow-was manufacturing chemist in Glasgow 1851 5 more children
red mail Michael Glennon
Any help for Michael Glennon, died 1909 (born c1865 possibly Dublin) left widow Mary (died 1955 )- with 4/5 children. Parents Michael/Mary lived around Verscoyle Court/Danzille St. Merion Square. around 1900 Any information about family would be grateful
red mail Thomas FitzGerald/Mary Murray
Interested in info of Thomas FitzGerald married c 1873/5. First child Thecla Mary born 1875 Irishtown Road Donnybrook,Then 2 children Philip and Christopher in Cork then back to Dublin, perhaps North Dublin. Thomas worked as Stonecutter - family dec. could still live around Dopnnybrook
red mail Allen & Penrose families in Dublin 1900s
I am looking for information and/or relatives of the Allen & Lynch families. Michael Allen & Margaret Lynch (born Kells ca 1845) married in about 1865. On the 1911 Dublin census Margaret is widowed living at 9 Irvine Terrace stating she was married 46 years earlier & had had 11 children of whom 8 were alive in 1911. Their children that I know of were Francis, James 1887, Thomas (who married Susan Penrose), Greta, Annie, Julia (who I have been told left her husband & went to Montreal with a son Cornelius and a daughter), Margaret 1881 who married Christopher Penrose), Mary, Christina 1880 who married Joseph Murray in Dublin in 1905, Bridget 1885. All these children were born in Westmeath. On Christina's birth certificate Michael's occupation is a steward. Any help gratefully received. Many thanks.
red mail Ramsey Gibson
i am looking for information regarding Capt; Robert Ramsey Master Marinner born in Dublin Ireland 1843 he married Fanny Gibson from Cumberland, the marriage took place in Liverpool. My interest in Robert Ramsey my Great grandfather, is to find his birth place and his family before his marriage. Any information would be appreciated. Bill.
Hi, I own 4 volums of Memorial Inscriptions for Deansgrange Cemetery, Blackrock. Co Dublin.The Cemetery opened in 1865 and is still in use today. If you would like a lookup please send the name and surname of your Ancestor and a date or approx date. Regards, Kaye
red mail Pembroke West, Dublin
Have found my grandfather Patrick Boshell b1894 Dublin. The 1911 Dublin census entry shows him living with parents John and Janette, both aged 61 and married 36 years. They had 7 children, 3 surviving in 1911. John was employed at Dublin museum and Patrick was a photographer. Would like to find out who the other children were, and information about John and Janette's parents.
red mail Joseph Murphy 1845
I am looking for information on Joseph Murphy and his ancestors. Joseph Murphy was born about 1845 in Dublin (don't know if this is the City or the County). His Father was Patrick Murphy, a Shoemaker, born about 1824 also in Dublin. His mother was Mary ?, born about 1826 in Dublin. They all left Ireland for Liverpool between 1845 and 1849. As Joseph was the eldest child, Patrick and Mary were probably married about 1844.
red mail Dublin city
I am seeking information on Nicholas Monaghan living in Dublin city around 1890. His wife may have been Mary
Looking for the family of John Moore who died prior to 1911 in Dublin city and his wife Margaret born around 1871 in Dublin City. Children were Thomas MOORE who married Annie LOUGHREY in 1913, Margaret MOORE who married James BRUNTON in 1915, John MOORE born 1894, William MOORE born 1898, Richard MOORE born 1900, Peter MOORE born 1902 and married Anne HARFORD and Stephen MOORE. Any help appreicated.
red mail wright stephens
Am searching for daughters of Patrick joseph Stephens and Ethel nee Wright married 11th Feb 1934.First Daughter Wendy B/date unknown 2nd Patricia B 27th jan 1936 married Paul Dooley 21st Dec 1953 in Dublin.Also info about Ethel Wright B 19June 1929 married to Christopher either Kelly or Reilly 16 June 1951 in Dublin .Will be grateful for any info Frank
red mail Nettleton
Seeking origins of John Nettleton born Dublin 1829. His father was Peter Nettleton. John married Mary Jane Phillips in 1849 and they left for England in the 1850s. They settled in North London and raised a large family - my grandfather Arthur being the youngest child. Nettleton is not an Irish name and the family may have come originally from Yorkshire. John is known to have had a sister Elizabeth who married Edward Brown in Dublin in 1849. He probably had a brother Richard who also came to London.
red mail Village called Nine Mile Brawn (?) near Dublin
Oral history from my own father in a letter to a third party: "My grandfather, Pat Moran, left Ireland sometime prior to the civil war under compulsion because the British officer did not want to shoot or hang a person so young. They lived in the area of Nine Mile Brawn (?) which was in the area of Dublin, his father was a farmer, a principal crop being fruit. ...He was in Virginia as an espionage agent for the northern army and after...he had been placed under suspicion he, my grandmother, and Uncle John left at night in a buckboard and headed west, and with army permission continued west to Nebraska." My father told me that the family had a chest of drawers with a bullet hole in the back -- one that had been in the buckboard when they were fired at by Confederate soldiers as they made their escape. I'd like to know where this village actually is. The spelling "Brawn" is apparently my father's attempt to transcribe something he had only heard. I'd like to visit the area sometime. I will be very grateful for any information.
red mail Thwaites Company
Several great uncles and possibly my great-grandfather worked for this company. It was taken over in the 1950s'. Where are the business records/archives/employment lists. Any help appreciated.
red mail McDermott Vosser
Searching for info about Bernard McDermott b1850 who married Rosanna Vosser; they lived in Dublin. This was Bernard's second marriage (have no info on first wife). Rosanna is believed to be the daughter of a Dutchman surname Vosser (there maybe some connection with Rosscommon) we would love to know anything about them. After having 6 children Bernard went to USA to find fortune, leaving Rosanna to bring up the kids alone, but having no success he died on the ship home
I am looking for a lady born in Dublin 1904 - she was called Lillian Bradbury Harris. She became a Nun at a young age and died aged 92 around 1999/2000. How do I research a nun? I do not have the Order she was with - is there any way to find more information? All help would be appreciated. Thanks.
I am looking for a family called HARRIS. Henry Harris was born in Yorkshire c1880 met and married a girl from Dublin called Ellen Byrne (or could be Bradbury). They bought up a family of four in Dublin - James b.c1900, Lillian b1904 she became a nun, Annis (Annice) b1906 she married a Murphy and Francis Henry Harris b1910. They lived in 19 OXMANTOWN ROAD, DUBLIN and HENRY HARRIS worked for Guinness. The two sons James and Francis moved to Sussex and joined The Royal Sussex Regiment, James married twice and had 3 daughters one being called Lillian, Francis married a lady called Margaret Finnerty in London and had a girl called Jean Francis Dorothy Harris b1941. Is there anyone out there who can help with any information??? I am at a dead end!
red mail Thomas McCarthy
Born Ireland c1800, married Ellen Mulcahy in Ireland. Date unknown Their son Daniel Thomas McCarthy b. Sydney Australia 1834; d.Mumbil,Wellington NSW 1910. If anyone has any connection going further back, or branching out by siblings, any information would be greatly appreciated. I have come to a dead end. Thanks, R.
red mail Mary ROGERS, Dublin
Hi,seeking info on Mary Rogers & her family, she married Hugh Connor in 1864, Dublin, Thanks Trish
red mail Searching
I am searching for the parents of Michael Alexander in Dublin, Ireland. Michael was born abt 1834, left for England in 1852, left two children behind as he became a widower. He became a master glass blower and owned a glass factory in London. Married Selina Gorton. Became blind in his fifties, died 1898. Am trying to find his parents and would greatly appreciate any information. JA
red mail Amelia Roberts
I am looking for any relations to Amelia Roberts who married Samuel Breen in the 1890's or their about's. We believe she had relatives in the north and south of Ireland. We know many of the current generation but their is little information re her history. Can anyone help
red mail Briscoe
Looking for anyone researching the Briscoe name in Dublin. Connected to Tipperary & Kilkenny also Crofton Hall in Cumbria. Not the Briscoe family who were Lord Mayors.
red mail Emily Louisa HARRISON
Does anyone know of Emily Louisa HARRISON who was married in March quarter of 1901 at St. George Parish, Dublin? Her father was John Harrison, boot maker. Thanks, Trish
red mail Healy / Healey family
I am searching for information on my great great grandmother Elizabeth (Eliza) Healy's family. Elizabeth married Richard Ayre (A soldier based at the Portobello Barracks, Dublin) in Dublin on 5th February 1877 at St. Peter's Anglican Church. The marriage certificate has Elizabeths father as Michael Healy whose profession was a slater. Their first child, George, was born at the barracks but Richard was pensioned from the army in 1879 so their second child, Mary, was born at 1 Brookfield Place, Blackrock, Rathdown, County Dublin in the presence of Ellen Healy who registered the birth. They then moved to Richards home county, Durham, England, where in 1881 their third child William was born. They went on to have 8 more children that I know of: Ann Helen, Louisa, Charlotte, Thomas Healey, Elizabeth, Sarah Jane, Philamena and Richard. I am particularly interested in Elizabeths mother / siblings names and who Ellen Healy was.
red mail Rogers, Dublin
Can anyone identify Mary Rogers, a widow aged 56, who died in Dublin in 1907? Need to find names of husband & children. Thanks, Trish
red mail Dublin seamen
Edward George Lewis ships steward married daughter of James Lowry pensioner in 1872 at St Thomas CofI Marboro St back of O`Connell St living at Bessboro Av Ballybough any info please
red mail Rear Admiral John Richard Kelley Dublin
The only information written about my great great great grandfather was a small biography that said he was a Rear Admiral in the British Navy. This information was taken from a small town biography and not a history book so I can not validate that he was a Rear Admiral. His name was John Richard Kelley/Kelly and he was from Dublin Ireland. It also mentioned that my great great grandmother Catherine Kelley/Kelly his daughter was a very skilled horsewoman. She was born in 1839 at sea as the family was headed for England. John was probably born in the early 1800s in Dublin. Any information would be very appreciated. Thank you.
red mail CAREY Patrick. Dublin
Anyone doing history on the Carey's of Dublin? Patrick b 1833/4 was transported to Tasmania for stealing fowls and trading in 1850, according to his papers he had Martin, Michael,Mary and Bridget as his siblings. He married Margaret O'Brien from Ireland at Campbell Town Tasmania.
red mail Macdonnell
Thomas Macdonnell was born at 41 Bishop St Dublin in 1835. Possibly a school teacher. Migrated to Sydney where married Jane Anne Commerford in 1868. Father was Thomas & mother, Anne O'Sullivan. Any info on family or 41 Bishop St?
red mail O'Toole family of Dublin
I would like to make contact with descendants of Luke and Kathleen/Catherine O'Toole of 63 Elm Grove, Ranelagh, Dublin. Catherine died in 1937. They had 5 children including Charles who died 1972.
red mail McNeilly or McNally of Connaught
Thomas McNeilly (or McNally), son of James McNeilly (or McNally), was born in Connaught, Ireland during the period 1815-1817. He was convicted and transported to Sydney Australia, arriving there on 2 Mar 1834. On 22 Jul 1847 he married Charlotte Elizabeth Atkinson at Sutton Forest, New South Wales. I am seeking birth information for Thomas McNeily and information about his parents.
red mail Sarah Walsh of Dublin 1818
Sarah Walsh (or Welch), daughter of James Walsh and Ann King, was born in Dublin in 1818. She was convicted of a crime and transported to Sydney Australia where she married William Garlick on 21 Dec 1840. I am seeking more information about Sarah's parents.
HOGAN Edward
Looking for information on family of Edward HOGAN b1827 d 1904 married Mary SMYTH b 1837 d 1927. Siblings Bridget, John Patrick. Parents Elizabeth & Edward HOGAN. All buried Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin. Would like to find details of marriage of Edward & Mary. Can anyone help?
red mail Rogers, Dublin
Looking for parents/siblings of Michael ROGERS b Dublin, aged 27 when lost with sinking of Titanic - seeking confirmation of being related.
red mail Christian Brothers Orphanage - Dublin
Anyone know about the Christian Brothers Orphanage in Dublin arounf 1910 please. Think it was near the North Circular Road?
red mail Fenelons of Kildare and Dublin
Searching for descendants of John Fenelon b 1838 who married Bridget Barnwell in 1869. They had at least one child, Thomas, born c1874, last known in Warrenmount St Dublin in 1906
red mail Allen & Lynch in Dublin
I am looking for information and/or relatives of Christina Allen born 1880. She was the daughter of Michael Allen & Anne Lynch (born Kells). She married in Joseph James Murray in 1910 in Dublin. She had siblings Francis, James, Thomas, Greta, Annie, Julia, Margaret, Mary. Any help gratefully received.
red mail Plunkett/Madden
I am researching the Madden part of my family. In 1881 a Margaret Plunkett from Dublin -age 74 -was visiting her sister-in-law Isabella Madden born c 1837 - in Manchester. In 1881 Isabella was a widow.Was Isabella a Plunkett before she married?
red mail Darby
I'm looking for information on Anne Darby and her daughter Jane. Anne lived in Dublin during the mid 1800's and may have later moved to Monaghan. I do not know her husbands first name. Her daughter Jane Darby married John McMahon from Monaghan and they had three children, Mary Anne, Teresa and Thomas McMahon. When Jane died the McMahon family moved to Newry. Mary Anne married a man named Molloy, and Teresa married Frank White of Croydon. They were married in Newry. The Darby's may have originally come from Scotland. Any information greatly appreciated.
I am seeking info on Charles Kohler (dob and place unknown), who was by 1838 a merchant tailor in Dublin (Howth). He had at least 2 children, Charles, who also owned a tailors business, and Thomas, who moved to London where he married Emma Oppenheim. If you know anything of this family, please contact me. Thank you
red mail dublin paper manufacturer
daniel sullivan and john sullivan had a paper manufacturing business in winetavern street, dublin approx 1800-1850. sons marcus clement and robert sullivan had a publishing business called sullivan brothers publishing. marcus clement sullivan married charlotte jackson 1860 in dublin and had children - marcus lewis, robert, edward stewart, herbert, charlotte, clementina, kathleen, violet. i would like to hear from anyone who may belong to this family or who may have information about this family.
red mail Shudall-Tailors
Charles Shudall was a tailor in Dublin in the late 1600's early 1700's. He was a warden of the guild known as The Corporation of Freemen Taylors of Dublin or Guild of St John the Baptist Dublin located in Fishamble street which was apparently built by a John Shudall. Charles had a son Francis who became rector of Duncormick in Wexford. Any information about this family in Dublin would be appreciated.
red mail Kelly family
Needle in haystack! Trying to find anything on John Kelly b. 1900 had older twin brothers Ed and Den. They were brought up by the Christian Brothers Orphanage. Think their father was a John. John Kelly 1900 married Elsie Jane Rowe in Basingstoke, Hants, 1935.
red mail BYRNE's of Arran Quay, Dublin
I am seeking any known relatives of Charles BYRNE born at Arran Quay, Dublin, Ireland joined the British Army (106th Regiment of Foot)discharged Gibraltar. Parents Michael Byrne and Mary Rice.
red mail Ryan
Grandmother Anastasia Ryan nee O'connor. Lived in Harty place dublin. Had 4 children. One died young. My mother Anastasia Ryan born 1921 married Patrick Farrell. Patrick Farrell was from Naas. His mother was nee Mulally Rosina. Is there any information out there. Please
red mail taggart,charles
born about 1790-1800 county antrim ireland arrived in australia on "earl st vincent" on 16-12-1818 on list of convicts disembarked from "earl st vincent and forwarded to Windsor for distribution.
red mail Mary Morgan
Hello, I am trying to trace an Irish connection to my family. Has anyone heard of Mary Morgan, born in Dublin in 1860, who married Thomas Hill, born in Manchester about 1859? They married and produced 12 children while living in Stockport. The second born, Ernest Hill, is my grandfather. Gordon.
red mail Madden Family/Dublin
I am trying to trace ancestors on my husband's side of our family tree. His father's grandfather was Thomas Madden born 1823 from Dublin. He was married to Isabella - don't know her maiden name. They lived in 1871 at 39 Hodson Street, Salford. Children were Bernard Joseph 1856; Isabella 1857; John 1853; Mary Ann 1851 and Margaret 1869. Also Thomas William Madden born 1884 who married Mary Elizabeth Dolan in 1912.
Seeking information on William Battersby - Battersley born Dublin circa 1806. Convicted of stealing harness in 1828 transported to Australia in 1829 on vessel "Fergusson"
red mail Francis Patrick Slator
Lived in Buckiham St in city of Dublin Ireland.Had spent some time in a school in Limrick. Died the 9th March 1964 wife Peggy Dalton Was in the English army in India
red mail patterson, Le Blanc,Schaumberg dublin mountjoy hospital
Mary le Blanc married james patterson(born 29/9/1805 died 1877 who was the superintendant of Mount joy hospital. Had one son james born 1855 died 6/10/76 of TB.The other son Henry Patterson was born in mountjoy 11/11/1858 worked in a snuff and tobacco shop and lived upstairs. married mary agnes Schaumberg 24/1/1881. Moved to liverpool lived in grange terrace.mary agnes had a father who was a german sea Capt. on the river rhine and a mother a French hugenot lacemaker who escaped from religious fantics.mary agnes and Henry married on 24/1/81 had children peggy, james, matilda, henry, alfred, robert, louie, nora , jessica.Has anybody got any further information I would love information on mary le blancs family and James patterson life in mountjoy as a superintendant. or their parents or close family.thanks
red mail John Bury Curran
John Bury Curran was a soldier. He arrived in Australia, Sydney in September 1826. John Bury Curran married Mary Ann Hatton. They had five children (1). John William b.1819 (2.) Mary Anne b.1817 (3.) Maria Theresa b.1821 (4) Matilda Jane b.1826 (5.) Charles b.1825. Is there any other people out there trying to search further like myself ? Fran
red mail Dublin Docks
Does anyone know where a history of Dublin docks might be found? I am looking for Charles Atkins married to Alice Poole and their seven children including Frederick Charles bo 1918 in Dublin Charles was reportedly a gangmaster in Dublin docks. Anyone know anything?
red mail careford
Ambrose Careford, married to Jane Griffiths. Living in Liverpool 1841 census.Jane buried back in Ireland 1855.Ambrose, a Customs Officer, died in North Shields c1862 at the home of his son in law Robert Wade,also born in Ireland and also a Customs officer. Any help appreciated.
red mail Philip Jones Dublin
Philip Jones was born Dublin 1871. His father was Philip Jones from England, I think his mother was Rose. She may have been Philip senior's first or second wife. I have been unable to find a record of the marriage, or her sirname.
red mail Christina Collins
Christina Collins married James Baird, Lived in North Cumberland Street Dublin. Moved to Maroboro Street When she became Christina Baird in the 1920's. Christina had two brothers, Patrick and Peter Collins and two sisters Katie and Bridget whose marriage name is McDonald. Passed away 1948. If anyone has any infomation or even pictures would be brilliant as they are for my grandmother
red mail dible
i am seeking information on the family of my great grandfather christopher dible, born 1850 in dublin. it is possible his father was also called christopher. christopher dible later married martha barlow in liverpool.
red mail William Joseph Rutter
Looking for information about William Joseph Rutter, son of Joseph Rutter and Mary Anne Goddard. He was born on 14th December 1865, possibly of Lowestoft parentage, father possibly a fisherman. Any information would be most welcome.
red mail William Thom = ? Nairn
c. !840 Children - Isabella Thom b.1840, Mary Thom b.1842, William Thom b.1846, Andrew Thom b.1848, Emma Thom b.1854, Anna Thom b. 1857
red mail Williams, Michael & Bridget 1850 -1920
Seeking to connect with long lost Williams cousins. Michael Williams born 1850, a carpenter by trade, married Bridget McGrath in 1877 and later moved to Dublin City.They had 10 children, some moved to the London, Middlesex area, and some to Canada, a couple remained in Ireland. Please contact me if you have a connection. Patricia
red mail Lang Murphy Martin
Hi, I am researching my family history. My grandad James (Seamus) Martin was married to my granny Susan Murphy and lived in Finglas, Dublin 11. My fathers father was Robert Lang and was married to Briget who died of Tuberculous around 1951, he remarried Annie Kenny. If any1 knows of my family i would appreciate your help in going back futher.
red mail boxing research
I am doing research on Prof boxers ie George kelly,Irish champion 1937,in Dublin any information would be gratefully recieved.
red mail adoption
i was born in Dublin 10 may 1954 registered as either marian concepta caulfield or caufield or mary caulfield or caufield. mothers name anne ann 0r annie caufield or caulfield via rotunda girls aid dublin and father hudson homes birmingham. mother was approx 17 and father studying to be a doctor at trinity college dublin but do not know how true this is. any help appreciated
red mail McCarthy / Mulcahy
I am seeking information on Daniel McCarthy and Ellen Mulcahy/Mulchay I believe Daniel was born in the Dublin area c1800- 1815. They registered the birth of a son Daniel in New South Wales (Sydney) Australia in 1834. The circumstances of their arrival in Australia are unknown. Any help would be appreciated. Rhonda.
red mail William DUGGAN
I am trying to trace WIlliam DUGGAN born in Dublin City about 1800. His parents were William DUGGAN and Susan MILLER. William was tried in Dublin City in 1818 and transported to Australia in 1819. Any connections...?
red mail Dalzell family cousins
I'm looking for the descendants of Maj. John Dalzell and Susan Alexander, who died in July 1875. Susan is my 3rd cousin, 6 generations removed. Susan and I are both descended from Alexander Alexander of Girlaw and Jean Stewart of Killymoon. Susan's parents were married in Castle Knock, County Dublin, and her mother died in Kingstown, County Dublin.
red mail alcock nee merrick
looking for my grandmother Joesphine Alcock who gave birth to my mother in 1930 address was Benburgh street, Dublin. My mother Kathleen also had an elder sister Laura. Father is unknown
red mail Searching Menere Ancestors
William James Menere and his Wife Frances Matitda nee Mead had their first three children at Dunalk, Louth-Henri 1944, Elizabeth 1847 and Fanny 1848 before going to Dublin where they had another two children George 1849 and Lousia 1850. They emigrated to Australia in 1852 and Francis was pregnant. Any information relating to them would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Jess
red mail Lill in 18th Century Dublin
Rev. Dr William Lill and two distinguished brothers Godfrey ( Barrister and Justice ) and Rev. Dr. Edward Lill sons of Thomas Lill all flourishing in the 18th Century. Need very much to see their wills which I believe may be in Dublin. Can anyone help with information about how to find Irish wills? Help much appreciated

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