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24-09-2020, 15:54   #2341
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Help with the handwriting/Latin on the William Killin Mary Mooney marriage on the right hand side May 1877 please. I think I know what it says but would appreciate a second opinion.

https://registers.nli.ie/registers/v...ge/71/mode/1up
Richard P. Mooney and Rosanna Mooney.
Something like 'dispensantur in tertio et tertio gradii consanguinatis'.

Would that be they share great great grandparents?
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24-09-2020, 16:29   #2342
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I agree it says something like that, but I think tertio & tertio gradii is second cousins.
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Any ideas on the below?

3rd last entry - 2 Lower Francis Street possibly?

Last entry - 29 City...?
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My guess is Fownes Street, in Temple Bar And City Quay.
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My guess is Fownes Street, in Temple Bar And City Quay.
agree on both of these
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Thanks. Both addresses make sense now considering other locations in the city where the family were living at around that time.
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2nd from the bottom - Occupation looks like Army and it sort of makes sense. But the father's profession also looking like Army doesn't fit in with everything else I know.

7th from the top - Can't make out the godparents. Looks like Julia Molloy at the end but the name before that?

7th from the top - Looks like Conney but can't find Martin or Elizabeth in the 1901 census (and no death records between 1895 and 1901).

1st line - Godparents are Joseph Nolan and Margaret Kinely? My guess is that this should read Kinnealy?

1st line - Witness is Elizabeth...?
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7th from the top - Looks like Conney but can't find Martin or Elizabeth in the 1901 census (and no death records between 1895 and 1901).
Misspelling of Conway, perhaps?
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1st line - Witness is Elizabeth...?
? Marsden ?
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7th from the top - Can't make out the godparents. Looks like Julia Molloy at the end but the name before that?
Maria A. McDonough ?
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2nd from the bottom - Occupation looks like Army and it sort of makes sense. But the father's profession also looking like Army doesn't fit in with everything else I know.
Army for both of them.
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7th from the top - Can't make out the godparents. Looks like Julia Molloy at the end but the name before that?
Maria A. McDonagh
The word between the names might be proxy.

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7th from the top - Looks like Conney but can't find Martin or Elizabeth in the 1901 census (and no death records between 1895 and 1901).
Looks like Conney all right but maybe a mis-spelling as Boo says.

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1st line - Godparents are Joseph Nolan and Margaret Kinely? My guess is that this should read Kinnealy?
Definitely Kinely and not much of a jump to Kinnealy.

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1st line - Witness is Elizabeth...?
Uzelle, same as the bride? Otherwise Waldon, Waldron or something similar?
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Martin and Elizabeth Conmee.
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1st line - Godparents are Joseph Nolan and Margaret Kinely? My guess is that this should read Kinnealy?

1st line - Witness is Elizabeth...?
Perhaps you have a Kinnealy but there's also Kinealy, Kenneally, Conneally etc... I'd suggest Madden for the witness' surname.
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2nd from the bottom - Army for both of them.


1st line - Uzelle, same as the bride? Otherwise Waldon, Waldron or something similar?
Thanks everyone, great help as usual.

The reason I think army is a bit odd is that he's approx. 50 years of age at this point. Occupations up until this point included labourer/porter/etc. Bit old to suddenly appear in the army? I know a couple of his children signed up to the RDF but wasn't expecting to see him have any involvement.

I was thinking Uzelle originally but looks too different to the text above (Mary Jane and Edward). And I think Madden looks right considering the style of the M for Mary. Missed the profession when looking at this the first time, does that say soldier for both father's?
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<The reason I think army is a bit odd is that he's approx. 50 years of age at this point. Occupations up until this point included labourer/porter/etc. Bit old to suddenly appear in the army? I know a couple of his children signed up to the RDF but wasn't expecting to see him have any involvement.>

It is possible that he worked for the Army as a civilian. My great aunt was married to a canteen steward in an army barracks, but he wasn't a soldier.
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