Dear Rebecca, Many thanks for that information. I am certain Ellen/Helen ,is the oldest sister of Luke and my grandfather John. I will certainly look at the Find A grave site and see if the...
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I am grateful to you both. Pippycat I knew that Luke Daly, my grandfather Johns brother went to Allegheny with his wife Elizabeth and sons Luke and Joe both of whom served in the U.S. ARMY. They are...
I had come across this information before, which indicated he did in fact return. Many thanks for your post just the same. After that there is nothing at all on his life.I...
05-10-2012 5:17 PM
Still no information on my grandfather John Daly Royal Irish Regiment 13236.He signed up in Hamilton Scotland, and was directed to the Princess Victorias Own where he spent time.Later he moved to the...
05-10-2012 5:08 PM
There were two Bennett families living in East Stewart St .These homes were owned by Stewart and Lloyds works in the area.Most householders were men who were labourers in the Tube works in...
23-03-2009 2:54 PM
As well as the archives at St Chads in Birmingham the people at St Thomas in Walsall have an in depth knowledge of the local Catholic church records.Maybe they can help.
23-03-2009 2:50 PM
|help|Information required on Catherine Gillon who married a Coatbridge man in St Patricks Coatbridge, but lived later at Barrowfield St, Whifflet.She was my grandfather's sister.
The name prior to...
Thank you Mikejee and Adele E.
I am now trying to see when John R died exactly, as I dont have that info.Reading between the lines,since the family moved house by 1884 it may have been possibly...
John Russell Weetman,was indeed the son of John Weetman,hairdresser of Bull St.His father had in fact a number of hairdressing establishments and a perfumery in the city.
In 1871 John Russell...
Seeking information on John R Weetman,husband of Mary Jane Yeoman.His son John Eli took over the family jewellry business in Birmingham and married Leah Lowe.
What happened to John R AFTER 1881...
Now it seems that my grandfather John Daly,Royal Irish Fusiliers no 13236,may have in fact survived WW1 and returned home.Anyone who can shed light on his service,his return etc will be putting me on...
05-03-2009 4:28 PM
Have gone full circle and am able to eliminate the John Daily R.I.F 24896 from my research despite many similarities to my grandfather.
My John Daly,son of Luke and Mary nee Lappin of Armagh city...
24-02-2009 9:01 AM
Thank you Doug.
I have researched my in-laws back to 1485 in England with very little probs.
However when it comes to my grandfather it has been ...blind alleys.....red herrings...hopes raised and...
21-02-2009 5:13 PM
Seems like it is back to the start, on the search for my grandfather.|computer|
Did John Daly,son of Luke Daly,and Mary Lappin born in Armagh in 1880actually survive WW1?:)
If so what happened to...
|banghead|Well my pursuit of details of the John Daily from Tartlghan have yielded his records and resting place at Mont Noir,France and Flanders.Further to this I found that mans father was called...
05-02-2009 10:27 PM
|banghead|The man whose record is the one above seemed to fit the bill.. except that a Daniel Daily ,claiming to be his father , who was living in a Coatbridge boarding house after WW1, then moved to...
06-11-2008 7:07 PM
Thanks.I have checked some other memorials and the only one that seems likely is a John on the Dungannon one.But as far as I know he had a different number and the relatives on the medal roll card...
05-11-2008 1:30 PM
Just this minute found a Daniel Daly in the family.:)He was Johns father Luke Dalys younger brother and was born in November 1855 in Armagh.I think this man left home to work in either Scotland or...
05-11-2008 12:16 PM
I see where you are coming from.:confused:I have had a long,long and circuitous route to find out this much with many strange mistakes and blind alleys on the way.|banghead| ...
04-11-2008 3:33 PM
As I wrote in a previous post,this seems to be the man who ticks all the boxes such as place of enlistment,Hamilton,place of residence,Coatbridge:regiment his home one, R.I.F.:The only non- fit is...
Went to visit this tiny but very beautiful hilltop cemetery in France and Flanders.What a fine place it is.Up a tiny lane,tucked away in a little clearing.Butterflies flitted everywhere in the light...
Someone sent me a communication attached to the Medal Roll Card of John Daly....which says his father Daniel applied for his medals in 1923.My Johns father was Luke Daly.....no Daniel Daly anywhere...
21-08-2008 3:42 PM
[QUOTE=mentorscotus;121191]I an searching for John Dalys details.He was born in Tullysaran I believe,son of Luke Daly and Mary nee Lappin.He was born in August 1880 and moved to Scotland later where...
21-08-2008 3:36 PM
The researcher at the R.I.F. Museum,Robert has helped me trace the death statement by Johns commanding officer.So he died in France/Flanders and is buried at Mont Noir Military Cemetary.He died on...
[QUOTE=peter nicholl;148793]This doesn't quite fit, but ..........
Soldiers Died .. shows a John Daily, Private 24896, 1st Battalion, Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers), Residence...
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