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Staffordshire / James Rafferty and Michael Rafferty
« on: Wednesday 13 October 10 19:52 BST (UK)  »
Seek info on a James Rafferty who (m) an Ann before 1891 and lived Newcastle-Under-Lyme.  Had kids:  Annie 1891/92, Mary A. 1896/97, James 1899/1900. This info is from 1901 census.   What became of the Kids?  Also a Michael Rafferty found in same location in 1901 aged 24 living w/his sister Ann aged 23 and his Neice Mary aged 4.  Is Mary A. w/James the same person as Mary living w/Michael?  Are Michael and sister Ann kids of Edward and Bridget Rafferty of same location?   Trying to discover Parents of a Mary Rafferty born in that location about 1895 who was sent to US in 1907 to live w/rellys.

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The Lighter Side / Rootschat at Wikipedia
« on: Sunday 19 October 08 08:27 BST (UK)  »
I was very surprised to find an entry about Rootschat at the Wikipedia site.  Very interesting.  Rootschat has solved years old mysteries etc.



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Wicklow / Jenkins,Dwyer,Salmon from Bray
« on: Thursday 13 March 08 13:26 GMT (UK)  »
After more than 30 years research I found an obit for one of my Irish immigrants and it states he was born in Bray.  The names are as stated.  If anyone lives in Bray and can do research for me there I would greatly appreciate it.  The family left during the potato famine and are found in the US first in 1850.  Please contact me at  **** Thank you,  Lea Mitchell in CT,USA   PS  I am Soooo happy to finally discover Where in Ireland they were from!

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Wicklow / Bray research help
« on: Thursday 13 March 08 13:09 GMT (UK)  »
After 30 years researching I finally found an obit for one of my Irish ancestors which states he was born in Bray which I have discovered is in Wicklow.  Is anyone here living in Bray and able to do research there?   (*) is my email addy.  I am in CT,USA.  Thank you.

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Wicklow / Bray Jenkins Family
« on: Sunday 12 August 07 06:36 BST (UK)  »
I just found out my Irish family were from Bray.  If anyone here lives there or near and can help my find records on my family I would appreciate it.  The name was Jenkins.  John Jenkins (b) anywhere w/in a 10 year period from 1797 to 1807 (m) a Mary J. Salmon who may have been married before to a Dwyer.  Mary was (b) about 1800 to 1804 or so.  Kids were John (maybe actually a Dwyer) (b) about 1833/34, and a Charles H. and a Ralph and an Eliza who was  (b) about 1842 or so.  They were in the US by 1850.   Leagen   Moderator comment: email removed - please use the PM system to exchange personal details

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The Common Room / El Papa Esta Muerto.
« on: Saturday 02 April 05 23:46 BST (UK)  »
2:37 P.M. East Coast U.S. Time Our Holy Father left us.  Too Sad.   Leagen

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The Common Room / WW11- date Americans unable travel to Eng.?
« on: Tuesday 08 March 05 18:50 GMT (UK)  »
I and a group at another site are trying to help an elderly lady find info on her mother who was last seen in 1941.  The latest we heard she went to Eng.  sometime after June 1941.  U.S. got in war in Dec. 1941 but at what point were americans no longer allowed to go to Eng.?  We think she may have gone to Eng. and got stuck there when Dec. 7th happened but need to know if she Could have left Eng. after that date to return to U.S.  So when did travel between the two places stop for ordinary people?   Leagen

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The Common Room / Another site looks like Rootschat
« on: Thursday 03 March 05 14:38 GMT (UK)  »
There is another site which has the exact layout and format as Rootschat even to the color.  I was there a few months ago and don't remember it looking like that.  What is that saying?  Imitation is the greatest form of flattery?  But that site doesn't seem to be as easy to get around on.   Leagen

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The Lighter Side / I got us a new rootschatter
« on: Wednesday 02 March 05 00:06 GMT (UK)  »
For U.S. gene. I go often to a site called Familyworkings and I got one of the gentleman from there to join us here.  He left a post there saying he had signed up here.  His name is Howard and he is a nice older man living in Fla. who now needs some help on his U.K. family so I hope someone here can help him at times.   Leagen

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