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Limerick / Re: Harrold's of Limerick
« on: Thursday 14 April 11 22:08 BST (UK)  »
HARROLD, JAMES. Rank: Pte. Regiment or Service: Connaught Rangers. Unit; 1st Battalion. Date of Death:26-April-1915. Age at Death,28. Service No:8681.
Born in Limerick. Enlisted in Tralee while living in Limerick. Killed in Action. After his death his effects and property were received by;- Mrs Harrold, Limerick. Grave or Memorial Reference: Has no known grave but is commemorated on the Addenda Panel of the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial in Belgium.

thank you for this sad information  I am not sure he was one of my Harrolds but guess he could have been related
Nora 42

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Limerick / Re: Harrold's of Limerick
« on: Thursday 14 April 11 14:12 BST (UK)  »
thank you Shane for those referances

@I am a little cofused as to dates as the ages of all these people seem to differ on both the 1901 and 1911 census.

John Harrold / 29 Nov 1866 / Feenagh, Co. Limerick / Ref. 638
  Edward Harrold / 17 Jan 1869 / Fenagh, Co. Limerick / Ref. 669
  Daniel Harrold /  21 Feb 1872 / Feenagh, Co. Limerick / Ref 707
  Thomas Harrold / 30 Oct 1874 / Ireland / Ref v 20 p 535

and then again here - although I don't doubt that these must be my ancestors. lol

so as far as i can tell
michael 1858, margaret 1863 or 1866, john 1866 or 1868, daniel 1871,72 or 74, thomas 1874 or 76,eliza 1869 or 1879 edward or edmund 1869.

these were all bothers and sisters

I am assuming that all this discrepancy in dates is quite normal?
thanks once again
Nora

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Limerick / Harrold's of Limerick
« on: Tuesday 07 December 10 23:35 GMT (UK)  »
Hello,
i have managed to find my grandmother on the 1901 census, she did not live with her parents and brothers and sisters but with her cousins.
It is the parents of these cousins, and Mary's grandparents  that I would like to find. I know know census records survive before 1901 but would there be church baptism records?

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Limerick/Broadford/Barnagarrane/1509047/

Harrold’s without Mary who would have been 8  in 1901

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Limerick/Kilmeedy/Cloonpasteen/1510332/

Mary Harrold with the cousins another family of Harrolds. In 1901

I do not know where to begin to look so maybe someone can help me out.

Mary my grandmother was moved away for poking the baby in the eye - all seems a little harsh to me but maybe it was normal then.

thanks in advance
Nora


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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Henry Barnell
« on: Tuesday 29 June 10 14:50 BST (UK)  »
Many thanks for looking that up for me yes it seems these are the Barnells i was looking for.
it seems very unusual for them to have only one child as their son farthered 9 that i know of.

many thanks
Nora

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Family History Beginners Board / Henry Barnell
« on: Tuesday 29 June 10 13:23 BST (UK)  »
Hello,

I am trying to find
Henry Barnell born 1821 London married too
Mary A Barnell born 1824 London

would some one look up

Henry C Barnewall born 1821 on the 1851 Census ithink this is the same man.

he should have a wife as above Mary A and a son Henry William C Barnell
born in 1844,

if this is the same person were there more children?
thanks in advance

Nora


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Norfolk / Re: WILLIAM MAJOR Cordwainer b 1834 NORWICH
« on: Wednesday 26 May 10 22:44 BST (UK)  »
Hi sandy,

thanks very much for that interesting reply.

I have been wondering over the last few months if something odd went on with Matilda Walker and William Samms and William Major
Matilda married Samms in 1858
a daughter Matlida is born in 1859

can anyone find this family on the 1861 census?

By 1864 Matilda is with William Major and Elizabeth is born.
But I can not find a wedding for this couple.

Is it possible that they were never married or indeed they were but not as Matilda Walker/Samms or William Major, beginning to think that Willaim Major was an assumed name, does anybody have clue as to why he may have done this?

Nora

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Norfolk / Re: WILLIAM MAJOR Cordwainer b 1834 NORWICH
« on: Tuesday 20 April 10 21:28 BST (UK)  »
Hi suffolk Sue,

that's quite interesting can you find him on the 1871 census or ones befor the 1861

I have looked him up on the BMD but there is no sign of marriage at around 1860 ish

Nora

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Harold of Balylongford Eire
« on: Saturday 17 April 10 23:46 BST (UK)  »
Hello Everybody,

So today after i got home from visiting my Mum :( the wedding cert was here for Mary A Harold. i ordered it March 30th - not the best service but it is here.

Her father was Micheal Harold a Farmer so it makes this http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Limerick/Broadford/Barnagarrane/637746/  her family for sure.

Mary Ann is on the cert but on her grave it says Mary Ita. is Ita the Irish for Ann?

there are possible records for her birth on 
http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#p=0

how do I order or get to see certificates to check?

Thanks once again
Patricia


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Norfolk / Re: WILLIAM MAJOR Cordwainer b 1834 NORWICH
« on: Saturday 03 April 10 13:26 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Tati, ;)

for a minite there I thought you meant the cert for William Major and Matilda,

but i really appriciate your help

Nora


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