pedroeibar1 Registered User
#871

snobbles said:
Yes.. it looks like Alicia.
Hatton seems to be correct
Thanks

Agreed; also, the margin note is interesting – the clerk probably means gemellae/gemellas / twins but it looks like ‘gaminas’ which is quite different (urchins).

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spurious Category Moderator
#872

snobbles said:

Hatton seems to be correct but it's a very unusual name for rural Roscommon in the 1800s!
Thanks


Not a name I had ever come across, though there are a few in the 1901 census, both male and female intriguingly.

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Hesh's Umpire Registered User
#873

I believe this to be my great grandfather Edward Connell's baptism record on 10 June 1832.

Anyone have an idea of the sponsor's names? I think the parents are Patt or Patk Connell and Mary Kilbride.

Thanks in advance.

pedroeibar1 Registered User
#874

Hesh' said:

Anyone have an idea of the sponsor's names? I think the parents are Patt or Patk Connell and Mary Kilbride.

Yes to Patt Connell and Mary Kilbride; sponsors are Edw(ard) Connell and Mary Connell.

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Hesh's Umpire Registered User
#875

pedroeibar1 said:
Yes to Patt Connell and Mary Kilbride; sponsors are Edw(ard) Connell and Mary Connell.


Thanks for that

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