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10-01-2021, 23:57   #2521
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Atelectasis?

Crossword solvers sometimes help. https://www.crosswordsolver.org/solve/ate------is

That makes more sense. I believe you have got it!
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11-01-2021, 14:36   #2522
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https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy...9-1907_ba_0364

Anybody like to try for the last column of the 3rd entry for Pierce Bergin, I assume it's a corrections column but my latin is worse than my reading of Ye Olde Handwriting
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Anybody like to try for the last column of the 3rd entry for Pierce Bergin, I assume it's a corrections column but my latin is worse than my reading of Ye Olde Handwriting

I'd read it as giving "Letters of Freedom" on 8/8/1939 to Clontarf Church to enable Pierce marry Shiela Kilmurray.

Last edited by BowWow; 11-01-2021 at 15:44. Reason: Correction - Changed Gretta to Shiela.
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Pierce Bergin married Shiela Kilmurray in St.Anthony's Church Clontarf, 8/8/1939.


https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....64/5205584.pdf
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Brilliant, I must be doing something wrong in my searches as I failed to find anything when I queried irishgeneology.ie with just Pierce Bergin and no dates to try bring up all records
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Anyone able to shed light on this Baptism
1/2 way down right hand ,dated 19th april ,begins Timetheum?
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looks like,
Timotheum (Timothy), illegitimate son of Thomas Dowling
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looks like,
Timotheum (Timothy), illegitimate son of Thomas Dowling
Thank you for that ,
any idea on the next 2 lines.
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Thank you for that ,
any idea on the next 2 lines.
…………Timothy Dowling & Ann Egan/Barry de [XXteland] Patroni Patritius Kelly & Nell Healy/Dowling.
Patroni = Sponsors and the xxteland is a placename. Have a look at the townlands in the parish.
I'd infer that Nell Healy's maiden name was Dowling.
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https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....57/5922903.pdf

The wifes father is marked as "decd" or "dead" in the first record there isn't he?

(It seems he probably wasn't!)
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I think it says "dead".
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At a very big push it could be 'do' for ditto, but it's probably just an error, if he was actually still alive.

The same registrar seems to be quite inconsistent in what they write (looking at other pages) - alive, living, dead, dec'd, sometimes nothing.
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Definitely think its dead; I have no record of a likely death for another 24 years, though.


There's some notes to the side of the second entry here - possibly something about copy? I think the mothers first name may be wrong; but there's no file 2 on the index as often occurs if there's a corrected error.

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....65/1757774.pdf
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Definitely think its dead; I have no record of a likely death for another 24 years, though.


There's some notes to the side of the second entry here - possibly something about copy? I think the mothers first name may be wrong; but there's no file 2 on the index as often occurs if there's a corrected error.

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....65/1757774.pdf

Maybe the Registrar got the 'alive' and 'dead' wrong way around?
The margin note is a correction of the townland, 'Error in copy' followed by the initials of the Registrar
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Maybe the Registrar got the 'alive' and 'dead' wrong way around?
Entirely possible, I've no sign of the marked alive one after 1860 other than this.
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