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Does anybody know how to or even if its possible to get a section of Griffiths Map printed as an A0 or even A1 size? Large sections of my family for the most part back to the 1840's lived in a relativity small area and would like a map of it. Cheers
Yes Shillelagh is the district for both addresses listed and for the workhouse on the baptism cert also. Slipped through the cracks maybe?
I have a marriage for James Jordan to Kate Walsh in Clonegal on 15 September 1878, But I can't find them in the BMD index! A child James was born on May 2 1879 in the local workhouse. Would the marriage just not have been registered if they were poor:confused: Cheers The Marriage: http://137.191
thanks folks. I'll order a birth cert and get the mothers name for sure and go from there. I might try and see if Martin and James were brothers as well, if the birth cert doesn't give a new clue
I'm pretty sure its not that marriage as from the Gorey parish register in Feb 1878 James Murphy married Johanna Doyle Martin Murphy married Anne Donally http://22.214.171.124/registers/vtls000634071#page/35/mode/1up Looks like a blank again!!
Unfortunately The parish that there from isn't on roots as of yet. Thanks for that pinky, that marriage hasn't came up in my searches for some reason? It could well be it, although the year from the census would be 1892 so quite a big difference, especially considering all the other years in the
I've hit a wall, in a place there should be loads of information available! :confused:I'm looking for the marriage of Martin Murphy to Johanna ? (maybe Doyle) in about 1892. http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Wexford/Bolaboy/Ballynamonabeg/1791604/ http://www.census.nationalarchives.i
so would 3 et 4 mean the great grand parent of the one person was the great great grand parent of the other?
http://126.96.36.199/registers/vtls000633445#page/48/mode/1up Anyone make out the 2 notes on the second marriage down on page 48? Has it something to do with cousins? Cheers
That looks about right Cheers!
Any Ideas on what the 3rd name down could be? I dont think its Margaret as there is another sister called Margaret and they dont look like the same word!!:confused: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Wicklow/Rathdrum/Fairgreen/1816445/ Thanks Folks Edit: I know its Jordan not Gordan
After a bit of a debate on a Latin translation forum this is their current thinking. You werent far away!!
http://188.8.131.52/registers/vtls000633444#page/167/mode/1up Third down on that page John Lee. No mention of dues anywhere. I've put it up on a Latin Forum also and they seem to think its written wrong. There reluctant to give what they think it would be if it was phrased correctly
Its seems great to me. I've found numerous ancestors, even a great great great grandparents marriage. Yes its tough to read and tedious work in a big parish, but I've found I can read almost everything given enough time fiddling with the brightness/contrast and inverse image buttons. Money well sp
Thanks folks. I've tried google translate, but I suspect its as bad at latin as it is at Irish. Ill try a Latin forum see if it brings any joy! Edit: Right on all counts I think shane. My Latin is limited to phrases I needed in collage so I can guess words but it seems that they might mean somethi