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01-12-2020, 23:22   #2431
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Transcripts of the RC parish registers at nli.ie are free to search at Find My Past without a subscription.

Point of order: Can I remind everyone to keep this thread on topic.

stutoken - Why not start a thread detailing where you're stuck and people can advise accordingly.
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02-12-2020, 10:47   #2432
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And two centuries old, puts other scribes to shame.
Of course it may be a later transcript.

Yes - it says on P1 that it's a transcription of the original register:

https://registers.nli.ie/registers/v...age/2/mode/1up
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04-12-2020, 21:23   #2433
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Hello

What do you think of the groom's mother's surname on the John Lynch Mary Conroy marriage towards the bottom of this page please?
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/v...age/9/mode/1up
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04-12-2020, 21:50   #2434
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It looks like Scythes, for what it's worth. There is a reference to the name in Scotland, with some going to Ireland. Found on Google and not the most reliable source.
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I got as far as s-e-y-t-h... before seeing Virginia's comment - good call.

Searching the NLI transcripts at Find My Past there are a couple births and marriages of Scythes in that parish.
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05-12-2020, 01:28   #2436
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Some help pls with sponsors on the last entry, left hand page from FMP. 27 Sept 1818

John Madden, Catherine ?? Gubbin, Niece? Mrs. Kirby. What is the word following Catherine's name? I assume niece to the father. Many thx.

https://search.findmypast.ie/record?...FBAP%2F6257472
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05-12-2020, 14:24   #2437
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Some help pls with sponsors on the last entry, left hand page from FMP. 27 Sept 1818

John Madden, Catherine ?? Gubbin, Niece? Mrs. Kirby. What is the word following Catherine's name? I assume niece to the father. Many thx.
They haven't specified a relationship in any of the other records, so I would wonder if it says 'niece'.
There is also that strange scribble surrounding the name, I wonder what that meant?
What is the Latin phrase following the parents' names? can you read it?
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05-12-2020, 20:04   #2438
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Tkx Spurious, any idea what could it be if not niece?
Since the priest used Latin, unfortunately, I do not know what the other words mean. And there are some additional words at the bottom of the page which may/may not be relevant.
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05-12-2020, 22:55   #2439
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This is my take -

Marg.a ex Gulielmo Gubbins & Marg.a Maddin. Patrini sunt Johannes Maddin Catherina Gubbin.

Margaret of William Gubbins & Margaret Maddin. Godparents are John Maddin Catherine Gubbin.

I think the the two ‘stacked’ words in the margin are a note – the top one is Sua (her), cannot make out the one underneath it. (Logically it should be 'amita' - aunt.)* The Latin words in the brackets are unclear – the first looks like ‘Nunc’ (now) [xxxx] Presby (? presbiter =priest) and the last two words below the loops look like a name – Jno. McGinnis.
I wonder was it the final ceremony of a priest before leaving the parish or of a clerk who was the writer of the entries?

*edit - I wonder is it Xtina, abbreviation of amitina, cousin (female)?

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06-12-2020, 09:26   #2440
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Many thanks Mick for your input.
According to a 1818 marriage deed, Catherine married J. Kirby. I haven't found the marriage record and that is why I though the word was Kirby not Presby.
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Hi,

Looking some help with the place of birth for No. 254

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....30/1905086.pdf

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06-12-2020, 21:22   #2442
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Ballymadrough

https://www.townlands.ie/dublin/neth...ballymadrough/
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Yes, it's halfway between Swords and Donabate. The family moved around a good bit being in Dunbro, Finglas in the 1901 census and Turnapin Little, Drumcondra Rural in the 1911 census
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07-12-2020, 14:37   #2444
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Stuck on an address here.
The Kelly Births.
Mary ( entry 43) https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....76/2127723.pdf
James (entry 13) https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....26/2072457.pdf
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Town Road?
Tuam Road?
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