Author Topic: ClENDINNEN Marriage in Manorhamilton  (Read 8919 times)

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Re: ClENDINNEN Marriage in Manorhamilton
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 17 February 15 15:18 GMT (UK) »
What doesn't help is all the moving about, plus being far back in time! One of mine was also Meth Minister and all his children etc are in C of I records, luckily he went "home" so they are all at the same church.

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Re: ClENDINNEN Marriage in Manorhamilton
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 17 February 15 20:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi hallmark:)
Yes that's the prob I have too,  John clendinnen moved all over Ireland as a minister, have pinned down 2 children, maybe 3  butt we think he had others too
But the search goes on
Thanks for your help too
Thanks:)
Ireland...Direct Lines
Down..Clendinnen
Clare..Haren, Ryan
Kerry...Doody
Tipperary...Morrisey
Wexford...Clendinnen, Steele, Ellis
Roscommon...Carley, Fallon

France...D'Acre, Went to Ireland some Changed to DEAKER

England Direct Lines
Norfolk: Clamp, Chesney, Atkins, streek
Essex: Mountford, Cornell, Philpott, Hawkes
Wiltshire: Stone, Annetts,

Watt, Toombs, Greville, Revell , Hindmarsh, Williams, Chivell, Collocott, Carle, Bayliss, Berry, Dewsbury, Dungey, Edwards, Gray, Haughton

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