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red mail James Walter Scott
Looking for any information on James Walter Scott married to Helen (Glenn) Scott. He was listed as "Manager of Fisheries" in both the 1901 and 1911 census. Given the number and description of outbuildings he appears to be living at the hatchery in the 1911 census. Age was 47 in '01. At least two of his children....George and Francis (Frank) immigrated to Canada pre WWI and lived in Saint John New Brunswick There are a James and Mary Scott buried in Holy Trinity who died about 1890...may be his parents.
red mail Wilson & Conry (Conroy) of Ballysadare
WILSON family living mainly at Lugawarry, parish of ballysadare, in the 1840s till at least the middle of the 20th centrury. 2 brothers, Michael and John, both had family with children baptised 1830s and 1840s. Martin CONRY / CONROY, married Mary WILSON, in RC Church 1862 Ballysadare. Martin was an illegitimate son of Peter CONRY born about 1842. Some of her brothers appear to have stayed in Sligo and can be found in the 1901 and 1911 census in Lugawarry.
red mail Scott - Ballysadare - Sligo
Looking for information on George Walter James Scott, son of James Walter Scott and Helen nee Glenn, supposedly born at 'The Rapids', Ballysadare, Sligo, Ireland, in Oct. 1883. George's mother Helen was apparently still living there during WWI, as he requested she be notified in case of casualty as well as his wife. Is there actually a place named 'The Rapids'?
red mail Sligo History Books
The History and Antiquities and Present State of the Parishes of Ballysadare and Kilvarnet. Aurthor: T O'Rorke Published: 1878 This is a great book for those researching their Sligo roots.
red mail BENSON, Dowd, Anderson, O'Connor
looking for any Sligo Benson, Dowd, Anderson, O'Connor families especially around Carrickbanagher, Ballysadare, Collooney, Lackagh, Ballymote areas.
red mail boyd
looking for eva ellen boyd, born in ballysadare or there abouts also her sister "birdie" around 1878-1890

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