Could be! Certainly, British Waggon Company existed. They made rolling stock.
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It's British Waggon Co. And his father, something Proprietor.....Circuit Manager....Irish something, Clean?, Oil Co. That's all I can see folks.
I think it's 'Irish American Oil Co.'
Here's a new one please.
What's the Latin dispensation on the marriage of Thomas Lawless and Rosanna Healy mid-way down this page?
its seems to be 3rd marriage for Rosanna - 1st to someone surname Ross, 2nd to James Healy then this one to Thomas Lawless - could this be the reason for the note ?
Hmm - it's a third marriage for Thomas too! (He's my ancestor but she isn't).
Third time lucky for both by the looks of it pinkypinky :)
I'm hoping someone can help me with this marriage entry (I'm not allowed post links yet so have posted an image). The first townland looks like Ballington Bary but I can't find a similar townland in Rathdrum. Also would anyone know what it says after "Banns note"? Thanks.
looks something like 'dispensatis a Vicarie Generali Muleta Johita' ?
if that makes any sense to any Latin expert.
The vicar general makes sense, the only meaning for muleta I see is the red cloth used by a matador (Spanish) ... maybe the red associated with a bishop ?
no clue as to the placenames, dont see anything like that near Rathdrum
@Fraoch333 - PM me or @Hermy the link and one of us can add it for you.
@ath262 thanks for that, it's a bit of a puzzle. Good idea on the bishop, maybe that's the answer.
@pinkypinky thank you, I'll send you a PM with the link.
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000633320#page/19/mode/1up - here's the link for the above.
I think the beginning reads "Bannis rite dispensatis" meaning "Bans duly/properly dispensed"
I wonder if the place name could be Ballintombay which I can see listed in Griffith's Valuation in the Civil Parish of Arklow. Seems to be very small only 3 names listed.
Haven't found it on a map yet.
Looking on Eircode Finder there appears to be more than one Ballintombay, the Arklow one and Ballintombay Upper and Lower Rathdrum.
Griffith's Valuation has a James Waddick in Ballintombay Upper. print date 1854.
@pinkypinky thanks for posting the link 😁
@ambros1a thanks so much for helping me out with the Latin, I didn't even get the first part right 😁
@55Gem that's brilliant thanks so much, that must be the townland! 😁
Looks like a series of similar entries asssociated with the same cleric. Probably to do with banns not being read. Those with consanguinity seem to be noted, others just stroked through. Maybe it was laxness or just parish habit, or no written record of banns.