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campbell mell co louth
« on: Friday 11 February 11 22:51 GMT (UK) »
looking for b.d.m. of
Margaret Mary campbell 10/11.1909 parish----mellifont loughboy

married john campbell no dates last place they live was mell next to the r/c church

Mary Ann campbell 06/07/1916 parish mellifont loughboy
   
married peter MC cad a  fireman one daughter olive

father William campbell abt 1891   his father john campbell abt 1856

mother Mary Ann kierans  abt 1891 her father James kierans  abt 1860   mother Margaret  abt 1861  tullyallen co

louth.....i be most grateful for any help in finishing my father side of my family tree none of the above as far as i no are still living 
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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 12 February 11 02:39 GMT (UK) »
Margaret Mary Campbell birth Oct – Dec 1909 Drogheda Volume 2 page 392.
Mary Ann Campbell birth June – Sept 1916 Drogheda, Volume 2 page 373.

Two possible Wm Campbell births:
Wm Campbell Oct – Dec 1890 Drogheda, Vol 2 page 372
Wm Jas Campbell April – June 1891 Drogheda, Vol 2, page 342

Possibles for Mary Ann Kierans birth:

Mary Anne Kierans Apr – Jun 1891 Drogheda, Vol 2 page 432
Mary Anne Kierans Jan – Mar 1890 Drogheda, Vol 2 page 394
Mary Ann Kieran Apr-Jun 1891 Dundalk, Vol 2 page 749
Mary Kieran Jul – Sept 1890 Dundalk, Vol 2 page 686




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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 12 February 11 10:03 GMT (UK) »
thank you for your help  do you have any info on there marriage and death  is there any Irish census before 1901
once again thank you for your help
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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 12 February 11 10:19 GMT (UK) »
The oldest surviving Irish census is the one for 1901.

See this topic for some details on Irish records :  Introduction to Irish Records



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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 12 February 11 10:29 GMT (UK) »
thank you for your help
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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 12 February 11 11:58 GMT (UK) »
Wm Campbell marriage to Mary Kierans  is registered Drogheda 1908, Volume 2, page 449.

You have Mary Ann Campbell’s spouse as Peter Mc Cad. No record of any event in Ireland with that surname, on the LDS website. Are you sure it is correct?

Can’t see a marriage in Co Cavan for Mgt Mary C & John Campbell but both names are very common.

Births of James Kierans in 1860 is before the start of statutory registration of births (1864) and so there won’t be a stat birth record. You might get a baptism, but you’d need to search parish records for that.

Deaths are very tricky to find with such common names. There are too many people of that name. You’d need an idea of the date of death to narrow the search.
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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 12 February 11 15:24 GMT (UK) »
hi i have Mary Anne campbell 06/07/1916 i no she married a peter MC cad may not be spelling it right he was a fire office in mell

margaret mary campbell married john campbel some time befor 1940

most of the info i have is from baptism records some one sent me all other came from 1901/1911 census  i put a copy of it on this page many thanks Kathy

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Re: campbell mell co louth
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 12 February 11 16:27 GMT (UK) »
I had another look on the LDS pilot site but can’t see the Campbell-Campbell marriage in Co Louth in the period 1920 - 1939.

Nor can I help with you Mc Cad family. I had a look at all the people with Peter as a forename in the 1911 census for Co Louth, but couldn’t see anyone with a surname anything like it. Nearest were McCabe and Mac.
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« Reply #8 on: Saturday 12 February 11 16:31 GMT (UK) »
hi thank you for trying for me looks like a trip to ireland for  regards kathy
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