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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Notation on marriage record
« on: Sunday 16 June 19 16:33 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Bookbox - that saved me going off on a wild goose chase !

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Notation on marriage record
« on: Sunday 16 June 19 15:49 BST (UK)  »
Wow that's interesting!!
They were cousins then I think? Reading the other words does it say they shared a grandparent Paul Carr/Card of Cullen.

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Notation on marriage record
« on: Sunday 16 June 19 15:21 BST (UK)  »
Hi
Can anyone read the latin writing in the images below. It is an 1874 marriage in Dublin and in written in the columns marked IMPEDIMENTUM and DENUNTIATIONES - Impediments and Denunciations ?
I can see it is relating  to s dispensation in banns but can't make out any more than that.
The bride and groom have the same surname so I'm wondering if they were related ?

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Dublin / Re: Telephone directory 1950
« on: Wednesday 06 June 18 15:37 BST (UK)  »
Carmel - if you haven't already you should could Senator Lorraine Clifford Lee
[email protected] as she has been raising the case of the 7 Cabra Park with Minister Zappone this last week re: falsified birth certs and the whereabouts of the records.

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Dublin / Re: Paumier Certificates.
« on: Friday 16 February 18 18:32 GMT (UK)  »
A brief obituary

25 July 1766. Belfast Newsletter
Death: A few days ago, Mr John Paumier of Mullinashack an eminent sugar baker, and a man of unblemished character.


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Dublin / Re: Edward McGrath a Baker.
« on: Tuesday 22 August 17 11:36 BST (UK)  »
This might be Catherine in SDU Workhouse records 6th August 1891
"On the report of the master, the committee recommended that Catherine McGrath be given to her Uncle James MURRAY"  and a pencil note saying 'Adopted'

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Dublin / Re: Edward McGrath a Baker.
« on: Monday 21 August 17 16:23 BST (UK)  »
Catherine McGrath aged 9. 35 Nicholas St. " father a baker is in the workhouse" Sent to nurse in Nov 1890.
James McGrath aged 7. 35 Nicholas St. a note that he is "dumb'. Sent to Cork St Hospital, April 1892.

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Dublin / Re: Edward McGrath a Baker.
« on: Monday 21 August 17 16:15 BST (UK)  »
Dathai I have found them in Workhouse records for 1888.
Denis McGrath aged 11, child of a Baker who is also in the workhouse.  He is discharged October 1888 " to Uncle"
Father is Edward McGrath aged 40, a widower, Baker of 46 Nicholas street. He died there 21 Sept 1888.
There is a note to say he has three children in the workhouse - I'll look back see if I can find them later. (at work at the mo)

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Dublin / Re: Telephone directory 1950
« on: Sunday 06 August 17 23:24 BST (UK)  »
Annie if you do have the numbers to go with those street names I can check the newspaper archive for you..
I already searched with just the info already posted and no results.

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