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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 02 March 13 22:28 GMT (UK) »

Hi Woodchurch,

Just to say I sent you the photos a few days ago , did you get them??

Mary
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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 06 April 13 16:02 BST (UK) »
hi all! i have made some new discoveries!! anne rice  good married again in 1869 to edward bird after thomas good died in 1867. anne rice died in 1879 aged  49. i wonder if she is buried in ballinaboy cemetery?
Williams: Morriston Llangyfelach, Clydach Pontardawe
Jones: Monmouthshire, Caerphilly, Llandefeilog Carmarthen
Price: Caerphilly
Lewis: Pembrokeshire
Devonald: Moylegrove Pembrokeshire
David/Davies: Llanelly camarthenshire
Clement: Glamorgan

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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 07 April 13 23:00 BST (UK) »

Hi JTyner,

Had a look at my headstone photos for Ballinaboy and I don't have any for "Bird" surname.
I do have a few Bird headstones for Ballymoden in Bandon but none for Ann.

Ballinaboy is now on www.historicgraves.com

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http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/ballinaboy/co-bnby

They are not indexed by name so you would have to go through all of them to see if any
"Bird" ones in them.   

Mary
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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 23 October 13 17:38 BST (UK) »
Hello all.  Mary, thanks for posting those photos -they're incredible !   John, I sent you a msg elsewhere.   My g-g-grandmother was Mary Rice, married to William Bradfield, and I believe Ann Rice was her sister.   I also believe that Ann's husband Thomas Good is related to my Good's - William & Mary's daughter (my g-grandmother) Beatrice Maud Bradfield married Robert Joseph Good, son of a (different) Thomas Good. 

The surname Bird is also interesting.  One of my Bradfields - John Richard Bradfield (s.o. William & Mary) married Mary Elizabeth Tanner, whose mother was Eliza Bird.   And one of my g.g.uncles - a brother of my Thomas Good - named his daughter Mary Bird Good... and I suspect her mother was a Bird.   I'm still working on that connection.  They wound up coming to Canada around 1921.

Shannon


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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 06 February 14 20:44 GMT (UK) »
For woodchurch

I grew up on part of Clarke estate
Heard many anecdotes growing up
would like to private message you but not yet allowed to

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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #14 on: Monday 11 January 16 00:50 GMT (UK) »
Hello, I believe my GGGgrandfather to be George Rice Ballinaboy.    1851 Robert Rice (widower) marries Elizabeth Connor, father of groom George Rice Ballinaboy.          1878 Samuel Rice (my Ggrandfather) marries Catherine Mulcahy, father of groom Robert Rice Tulligmore.   I have been trying to get a link to James Rice d.1878, possibly Sarah Rice Ballinhassig who he married in 1833 may have been George's daughter as James is listed as being from Old Abbey, the names on both sides correlate very well ,Robert, John, Elizabeth, Jane, Mary, Catherine and Margaret.  Any information will be appreciated  kieran

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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #15 on: Monday 11 January 16 01:51 GMT (UK) »
Hi Kieran, I was wondering if Samuel rice was connected as he was at gogginshill where James was also. Would you consider doing a dna test to check if we are related? I have done dna on ftdna and got 23andme kit too. George rice was son of James as he erected the gravestone. I also was wondering about the Sarah rice marriage in 1833 but need to confirm if my Anne was born 1830 or not. Your George could be brother or son of James. We must keep in touch.
John in wicklow
Williams: Morriston Llangyfelach, Clydach Pontardawe
Jones: Monmouthshire, Caerphilly, Llandefeilog Carmarthen
Price: Caerphilly
Lewis: Pembrokeshire
Devonald: Moylegrove Pembrokeshire
David/Davies: Llanelly camarthenshire
Clement: Glamorgan

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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #16 on: Monday 12 June 17 11:22 BST (UK) »
Through kierans help, we have found out james's father was george rice of rathmacullig. I am guessing he may be the george son of thomas who died 1806 but thats speculation on my part. Its great sorting all these rices out! I wonder did they come from antrim originally? John
Williams: Morriston Llangyfelach, Clydach Pontardawe
Jones: Monmouthshire, Caerphilly, Llandefeilog Carmarthen
Price: Caerphilly
Lewis: Pembrokeshire
Devonald: Moylegrove Pembrokeshire
David/Davies: Llanelly camarthenshire
Clement: Glamorgan

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Re: GOOD and RICE families from Cork
« Reply #17 on: Monday 19 June 17 08:50 BST (UK) »
If you are talking about his latest wife eliza wolfe, yes i got those bits thankyou that was most helpful.
Williams: Morriston Llangyfelach, Clydach Pontardawe
Jones: Monmouthshire, Caerphilly, Llandefeilog Carmarthen
Price: Caerphilly
Lewis: Pembrokeshire
Devonald: Moylegrove Pembrokeshire
David/Davies: Llanelly camarthenshire
Clement: Glamorgan