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Offline trudi

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Lynch Family
« on: Monday 26 March 07 10:31 BST (UK) »
 Looking for any members of the Lynch Family
 i believe came from Ireland but down on 1881 Census in Liverpool.

 Richard Lynch  Ships Watchman  circa  1831  Ireland.
Abbe Lynch   Mother in Law   circa 1829  Ireland
 3 Lander Sreet Liverpool
 Richard had a daughter Margaret Lynch circa 1860  Ireland  ?
Margaret married a Laurence Moran in 1879  in St Albans Church Liverpool
on the 25th of January and went on to have a large family in Liverpool
Any information on Richard Lynch would help a lot Thanks..

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Re: Lynch Family
« Reply #1 on: Monday 26 March 07 12:24 BST (UK) »
In 1881 Richard is down on the original form as Wifes Father (difficult to see) and Abbe as Wifes Mother.

The "wife" was Mary A Hurley, born 1856 Ireland.

A Mary A Lynch married a Maurice Hurley in Liverpool in Q2, 1876 (Lancs BMD ref: REG_LP/152/147).

The family is elusive, to say the least, prior to 1876!!

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Re: Lynch Family
« Reply #2 on: Monday 26 March 07 18:48 BST (UK) »
merc 2081
 Thanks for your reply re   Lynch,s as you say they are very elusive indeed

 Trudi..