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    Although it would be possible for Catherine to...

    Although it would be possible for Catherine to marry in 1877 at age 16, her marriage record did indicate full age, so over 21. Much FindMyPast indexing was done in the Far East and not double keyed,...
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    Online reporting of original Derry bombing

    I wasn't sure if you had seen some first hand accounts of the actual bombing online at https://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/stories/70/a4134070.shtml
    and also at...
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    Charles and Kathleen Murray

    Yes I think the first Charles must have died.

    Kathleen is a common variation of Catherine so easily interchangeable.
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    Death Catherine Mary Murray nee Boyle 1899?

    I found what could be Catherine Mary Murray nee Boyle's death in 1899 but the image is very unclear. I wonder if that is the reason the children are with their uncle in the 1901 census. Here is the...
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    Catherine Mary? Boyle

    irishgenealogy.ie takes a little getting used to and is a little clunky but it is free!!

    I read the mother's name as Catherine Mary Murray nee Boyle on daughter Catherine's birth in 1881. I noted...
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    William Murray marriage Catherine Boyle 1877

    The marriage of William Murray son of Patrick Murray, a hotel keeper, and Catherine Boyle daughter of Charles Boyle, a publican, took place in St Eugene's Catholic Church, Londonderry on 11th June...
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    Eldest daughter on Ancestry Tree

    One online tree by Robin Purves shows the eldest girl as Evyleen Nora Murray born 1923, with husband Roderick Neville McDonald. It has one child marked private. It lists Evyleen's death as 14 SEP...
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    For Catholics Stanislaus is not that uncommon a...

    For Catholics Stanislaus is not that uncommon a name.
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    1901 Census Murray children

    The Murray children appear to be living with their uncle Charles Boyle in the 1901 census see image at
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    Yes you should be able to find them with a bit of...

    Yes you should be able to find them with a bit of work. Once you have searched narrow your results to SR District/Reg Area - Londonderry and then just wade through the individual images.
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    Ancestry William Murray 189Trees

    One of the online trees on Ancestry shows the S in William S Murray as Stanislaus and his wife as Mary O'Gorman. I saw 5 trees there for this family - some rather small. Two were private. None of...
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    William Murray's birth record

    If you are looking for family birth records pre 1916 or marriages pre 1922 then the cheapest option is to use irishgenealogy.ie This site shows free images of the actual bmd registers. It also...
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    Peagum try Pegum in Lmerick

    I have had a further look for Peagum bmd in the Limerick area and cannot see any births with this name between 1864 and 1900 - ( full Irish civil registration started in 1864). However I note that...
  14. Thread: Peagum family

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    I notice that the name Peagum does not appear in...

    I notice that the name Peagum does not appear in Griffiths Valuation which acts as the mid 19th century census substitute and covers all Ireland. It was a survey of the occupiers of land and...
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    No timescale given and based on the past when we...

    No timescale given and based on the past when we were given timescales these were normally never kept to either, so we wait with fingers crossed.
  16. The NLI registers are Roman Catholic registers so...

    The NLI registers are Roman Catholic registers so hence baptism and marriages. The Irish RC church was less interested in recording burials and very few churches in the 19th century had burial...
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    Hi Maeve looking at Griffiths Valuation (the mid...

    Hi Maeve looking at Griffiths Valuation (the mid 19th century census substitute) the name Gillan appears most in Donegal followed by Antrim Sligo and Monaghan. It is very rare in the southern half...
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    The records on FindMYPast are the same as...

    The records on FindMYPast are the same as released last summer on registers.nli.ie but FindMyPast have now added an index and they claim this will all be free to access for ever. This week's free...
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    FindMyPast free access to its Irish collections...

    FindMyPast free access to its Irish collections from 1st to 7th March.
    Ancestry is offering free access to all it's Irish collections for the month of March. You will need to set up an account with...
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    The 1841 and 1851 census were both destroyed in...

    The 1841 and 1851 census were both destroyed in the fire in 1922 in the Four Courts. The remaining scraps are on the website www.census.nationalarchives.ie There is nothing for Roscommon in 1841 and...
  21. The parish of Temple Bready covers the townland...

    The parish of Temple Bready covers the townland of Crosshaven and this is approx. 17 miles south of Cork city. In 1850 Griffiths Valuation shows a George Sadlier as a tenant in the townland of...
  22. The official launch date is supposedly 8th July...

    The official launch date is supposedly 8th July but the Irish have missed promised dates before. Also these microfilms only go up to the 1880s, later periods you will still need to pay up to Irish...
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    Hi Ethel Did they have any children in Ireland...

    Hi Ethel
    Did they have any children in Ireland 1864 or later? Civil registration started in Ireland in 1864, and if you found a birth it might help pinpoint the family. You could check the Irish...
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    I had a look for Naylen, Nailon, Nealen etc on...

    I had a look for Naylen, Nailon, Nealen etc on Griffiths Valuation the Irish 19th century census substitute. The version that I found was Neylon, which was almost exclusively a Mayo name. So I...
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    Kerry burials free online

    When you have located your family in church records and census I suggest you then have a look for their burial. Kerry local authority has a free website that can be searched by name or location or...
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