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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Today at 13:36 »
That's great, Sinann.

Rattler,
Is Katie Walsh your grandmother?

Heywood

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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Today at 13:19 »
Thanks Rattler. :)

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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Today at 12:39 »
Hi Sinann,

See my reply #4 re Bridget.
I don't think it is particularly Bridget who is the focus, she is here, I know,  but perhaps a way to find more information re her brother who is the ancestor.
The thread I linked to is confusing because other posters then mentioned their Walsh relatives.
I thought it might be best to start at the beginning (again) but that was just my opinion. ;)

Heywood

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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Today at 11:08 »
Hi,

I tried to read your other thread http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=482775. but it strayed a bit, I think.

Is that your starting point - John Walsh and Mary Furlong, parents of Bridget and others? Are you trying to go back from that couple?

Heywood

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Just found Mount Street on old maps which ran parallel to Medlock Street and Newcastle Street - between the two. Both those are on a modern map.

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I can't see Samuel later and of course quite a bit  of the 1851 is damaged.

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Hello,

Looking at the enumerator's district in 1841, Myrtle Street was in the area of Medlock St/Chester St and Clarendon Street which makes it closer to the present Mount Street.
That all depends however on if Mount Street is the correct one and also if that Samuel is the correct one too  ;)

Heywood

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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Thursday 21 September 17 22:19 BST (UK)  »
Hallmark,

It isn't the right marriage or couple - see above, especially post #3

Heywood

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Wexford / Re: Thomas Murphy wexford
« on: Thursday 21 September 17 21:13 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

There is only Bridget's birth showing in 1880 and there is one death, 2nd quarter 1880 for Bridget Walsh.

Heywood

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