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23-01-2021, 11:22   #31
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Late 1780s
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Fourth great grandfather born 1725, died 1792. It’s on his tombstone along with his wife’s year of birth, death and maiden name, and his son’s name who felt the need to inscribe that he was the one who erected the tombstone.
The given names are still used by my family today.
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How far back?

I am happy to know I have a forebear born 1760 in North Co Dublin. This one was only teased out in past year with church records/unusual surname and the use of a her unusual christian name for a grandchild born in 1823 so I am fairly confident.

I have 1760 on another line but more speculative. A dutiful son inscribed full birthdates on a headstone for his parents so another definite set of dates at 1798 for them.
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1822 Castletownbere and then

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