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Offline johngirl

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Re: Boal
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 23 April 09 13:46 BST (UK) »
Hi Brad,

Thats great that you don`t get SPAM ;D

I`ll check Tasmanian records and see if there are any Boal`s down this way ;D

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JOHN- Pembrokeshire Wales.  FREEMAN -England?
MEDLICOT -Monmouthshire Wales.
ISAAC -Gloucestershire and Liverpool.[Toxteth Park] SNOW- England .Convict. FRAZER- England.Convict.
DEAL -Ireland .Convict.
KEMP -Saint Mary Cray Kent.Eynsford Wilmington England.Convict.
BLACKBERRY -Whitechapel .Convict. CONDON -alias
DUFFY-Brighton England. Convict.
BANTICK -Ixworth Sussex England. Convict.
JONES England????[George]Convict.
ROSE-England. Convict.
All came to Tas

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Re: Boal
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 23 April 09 13:49 BST (UK) »
Jg,

Recently wrote to every listed Boal in the TLS white pages. Non litsed in Tasmania. If you find any can you let me know..

By the way, I now know about 25% of Aust Boals in 2 weeks..
I am happy with that result. considering how poor / slack people can be...

Off  now..

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Re: Boal
« Reply #11 on: Friday 24 April 09 04:54 BST (UK) »
Hi Brad,

No Boal surname in Tassie.

  Johngirl

JOHN- Pembrokeshire Wales.  FREEMAN -England?
MEDLICOT -Monmouthshire Wales.
ISAAC -Gloucestershire and Liverpool.[Toxteth Park] SNOW- England .Convict. FRAZER- England.Convict.
DEAL -Ireland .Convict.
KEMP -Saint Mary Cray Kent.Eynsford Wilmington England.Convict.
BLACKBERRY -Whitechapel .Convict. CONDON -alias
DUFFY-Brighton England. Convict.
BANTICK -Ixworth Sussex England. Convict.
JONES England????[George]Convict.
ROSE-England. Convict.
All came to Tas

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Re: Boal
« Reply #12 on: Friday 24 April 09 05:43 BST (UK) »
Have you got the Scottish Boals?

I did a surname search on ScotlandsPeople and there are a lot there.

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Howdy do, Johngirl  ;D
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Re: Boal
« Reply #13 on: Friday 24 April 09 09:58 BST (UK) »
Jamjar

Yes Scotland relative son the tree. Not many and a lot tehre.. BOAL BOLE BOLL
History says we cam e from Bual Spain... On Armada wrecked in Scotland and took the name Boal, but..
Apparently he named himseld Boal and it went form there. He is called Adam Boal...
I have my doubts, some Dna testing has stated Bowles from Uk are a close match so who knows..
I would be happy to get back to Robert Bole in Downpatrick 1613...in a tree.
I am 100 years off still.
Sent another 5 letters to Ireland today 60 to go.. Then Scotland.
Interestingly the scottish version Bole has almost died out...

Brad 

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Re: Boal
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 14 May 09 01:57 BST (UK) »
Hi,

I have a marraige to Boal in my Tree. An Ellen Cardwell(although it was recorded as Carroll) married a James Boal on the 24th Dec 1869. They lived in the Dromore area of county Down. The marriage took place in Dromore Cathedral.   When did your Boals leave Ireland?
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McMURRAY,GIBSON,FITZSIMMONS-Crossmacaughley/Crossmacahilly/Moyraverty/Portadown
WOODS-Knocknamuckley/Portadown
CARDWELL,MORELAND-Dromore/Dromara/Waringstown
BOWEN-Tipperary
FREEBURN-Tartaraghan/Drumcree/Derrylard/Portadown

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Re: Boal
« Reply #15 on: Monday 02 January 17 10:01 GMT (UK) »
Yes sadly the Scottish side of the Bole family is running out of male heirs.  My father (87), his brother (similar age), my cousin and I are, I think, the last of the Scottish line.  There is a Boles who was a Bole (but the RAF got his name wrong in WW11) so his offspring technically count which makes the number up to about 8 of us.

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Re: Boal
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 24 February 18 17:08 GMT (UK) »
My 2nd great-grandmother was Sarah Bole(s) (Bowles):  birth 1863 or 1865 - CAVAN or NEWRY; Married William Marshall 1880 in Newry.  Her father's name is given as John.  This is all the information I have, if this has any connection with your research I would be grateful for any insights you have.
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Re: Boal
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 24 February 18 17:12 GMT (UK) »
My 2nd great-grandmother was Sarah Bole(s) (Bowles):  birth 1863 or 1865 - CAVAN or NEWRY; Married William Marshall 1880 in Newry.  Her father's name is given as John.  This is all the information I have, if this has any connection with your research I would be grateful for any insights you have.
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Married aged 15?