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red mail Family of John and Eliza ( Godden ) Angus
While I recently attained all of the birth dates for John and Eliza Angus and their 8 children, I still do not have the year some of their children passed away. Firstly, from documented records, this is what I have: John Angus, born in north Dublin city in 1829 married to Eliza Godden, born in 1837 in Co. Mayo (or Co. Carlow), Eliza's father was John Godden; they were married on Oct. 18, 1859 in St. James COI parish in Dublin. (John d. in 1915 in Howth; Eliza d. in 1913 in Howth.) Their 8 children were: Alice Mary, b. Sept. 2, 1863 Dublin city, bapt. at COI Grangegorman church in Dublin on Sept. 30. 1863. Alice Mary married George Godden Oct. 4, 1898 at COI Chapelizod in Dublin city and she d. August 5, 1903; Eliza Eleanor, b. Feb. 9, 1867 Howth, bapt. St. James COI in Dublin city, m. Samuel Cochran 1894, date of death unknown for Eliza; John Jr., b. March 8, 1869 Howth, bapt. St. James, COI in Dublin, m. Ada Thompson 1901, date of death unknown for John Jr.; Harriet Elizabeth, b. May 21, 1871 Howth, unmarried, date of death unknown; Fanny, b. Nov. 12, 1873 Howth, m. Philip Gilmore Aug. 5, 1895 Dublin city, d. May 1, 1941; George, b. Jan. 7, 1876 Howth, m. Rebecca Godden 1906, date of death unknown for George; William, b. Jan. 12, 1878 Howth, d. July 27, 1884; Olive, b. 1883 Howth, unmarried, date of death unknown. It would be helpful to have the dates of death for Eliza Eleanor (Angus) Cochran, John Jr. Angus, Harriet Angus, George Angus and Harriet Angus. I would also like information on the father of the head of the family, the John Angus (b. 1829); his name was John also and I think he was born in about 1793 in Co. Down and was an officer in the British Army in about 1812 to 1815; he was present at the marriage of his son George Angus (b. 1841) and I think he died in 1867 in Dublin city. Thank you, Rosalie
I would love someone to give me the History / information about the Little Chapel on Hillside Terrace or now known as Thornmanby Road. The only thing I know about this Chapel is that it is now Closed, and from 'Google Earth' looks as though it is being knocked down. Can someone give me the history of it. and what denomination it was. Thanks.Heather
red mail ss ROKEBY (3-Masted Ship)
My great Grandfather JOHN ANGUS from HOWTH was skipper of a 3-masted ship known as ssROKEBY or so I believe, could anyone fill me in about her and what happened to her, also where she sailed to, and what she carried. Thanks.
Does anyone remember DR WILLIAM ANGUS who lived in COLUMBA HOUSE, ABBEY STREET, HOWTH in the Mid 1800s. I have tried everywhere for the last few years to find information about him, but nothing has popped up yet, but I am still hoping someone will give me some information. I have enquired of all the hospitals in and around Dublin, plus online surgical training of the time. I have looked at libraries, etc, so all I am hoping now is that some relative of his will give me that information all about him. and where his trained and where he is buried as I can't even find out that. Heres hoping.
red mail ELIZA GODDEN from Mayo, Ireland
Can anyone tell me anything about ELIZA GODDEN who came from MAYO in Ireland. She was born about 1838. She married JOHN ANGUS and lived in Howth, North Dublin. Please Help.
Would someone please who remembers fill me in about my cousin GEORGE GILMORE, Also about FRANCES,(Known as Fanny) George's mother. I believe she was imprisoned for a time also George was as well. and if anyone has a photograph of him or them I would love you to share it with me. Thanks.
red mail REBECCA (Nee BEGGS) born about 1815
Can anyone tell me about the BEGGS in Northern Ireland. REBECCA was the 8th daughter of a JOHN BEGGS. REBECCA married REV SIMPSON GABRIEL MORRISON about 1836 and had a child about 1837. They lived in ARMAGH until about 1844. whilst Simpson Gabriel Morrison was a WESLEYAN Minister, then they moved to Dublin where he became a Presbyterian minister of Plunkett Street Church, and stayed in Dublin until his death in 1891. I would love to know more about the BEGGS family, and are there any BEGGS still around, if so please get in touch, Thanks, Heather
red mail DEACON
There were a lot of DEACON'S from around ENNISCORTHY, Co WEXFORD, Ireland, If you are a Deacon, or married a DEACON from around there, Please get in touch. My Grandfather was Albert Deacon. who lived in DOLLYMOUNT,Dublin, does anyone remember him. Please get in touch. Thanks, Heather
red mail COCHRAN(E)
Can you tell me anything about the COCHRAN(E)'s who were watch and clock makers. HUGH HALL COCHRAN(E) was a clock and watch maker in LURGAN, Northern Ireland, His son HUGH (Junior) was a clock and watch maker in NEW ROSS, Co WEXFORD, and his son SAMUEL in NEW ROSS, then JOHN MORTON jewellers in Nassau Street Dublin for about 50 years. Are there any COCHRAN(E) Clocks still around in Ireland ?? Please contact me. Heather
red mail Rev Simpson Gabriel MORRISON, Presbyterian Minister
Seeking information about my G.G.Grandfather REV SIMPSON GABRIEL MORRISON 1815-1891 who was a Presbyterian minister in DUBLIN, of PLUNKETT STREET church. Can anyone please tell me who his children were. and are you related in any way. Please contact me soon. Heather
red mail family search
I am trying to trace, or, at least, to get an end to a “ball of string” for an old school friend. I have been trying to get a trace for a Maeve Reilly. She was at Loreto Abbey, Dalkey in the 1940/50s and lived at Springmount (17) Balkill Road, Howth. She probably finished at Loreto around the mid 1950s. I suspect she married towards the end of the 1950s and left Ireland. Her father’s name was Thomas and her mother was Eva. He was the registered owner of Springmount in the early 1950s. I live away from Dublin and therefore cannot visit the Land Registry to ascertain what happened to the property. I suppose Thomas either sold the house or died. In either event there should be an onward address (perhaps through a solicitor). If he died there should be a date of death registered on the title deeds and thus a possibility of a Probate search. Is there anyone ‘out there’ with any suggestions?
red mail Killeen
Hello I am researching The Killeen's of Howth . If you see this can you please contact me Thank You Margaret
red mail KOHLER family, Howth and Dublin
Hi, I'm seeking info on the KOHLER family, who are first noted in Howth and Dublin in about 1833. Charles Kohler was a merchant tailor, as was his son, Charles junior. The son appears to have died in Ireland whilst his sibling, Thomas, moved to London in about 1860. I can't find anything on Charles senior's wife or where he was born or died. I know he also had a tailors business in central London. Can anyone tell me any more please? Are there any living Kohlers in the Dublin area who might be reading this? Thank you
I am trying to knit together information about ROBERT & HANNAH TACKABERRY from Co Wexford, Irland in the earlier part of 1800s. Who were their children? What was ROBERT'S occupation ? Robert died young and HANNAH remarried to HUGH COCHRAN and lived in NEW ROSS, Co Wexford, can anyone tell me what family they had ? Brick Wall hurt and I have hit one, but I know someone will tell me all about them or fill me in with a little so I can move forward. Thanks, Heather PS this should be in NEW ROSS TOWN NOT HOWTH, Sorry about that

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