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Dublin / Re: Watling Street - circa 1870
« on: Monday 10 June 19 21:00 BST (UK)  »
Hi this is a longshot as quite some time has passed since these posts were made.  I am also related to Maguires of Watling Street Dublin.  My great great grandfather was John Halbert, a skinner and leather dresser, his wife was Mary Ward Halbert, died at 44 Watling Street 1874.   Hope its not too late to make contact as I have been trying for years to research this part of my family.  Thank you.

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Wednesday 04 July 18 14:07 BST (UK)  »
Have you got the parents of James York 1811 who married Julia or Judith Curran 1820, these were Patrick York b.1790 married Mary Caffrey b.1789.
Mary Ann York 1843, siblings were Patrick 1841-1847, Patrick J. 1848-1877, Catherine 1851-1892 and Julia Marie 1854.
Glasnevin Cemetery resident genealogist is Lynn Brady and she is very helpful.

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Wednesday 02 November 16 22:59 GMT (UK)  »
Yes have full details, are the family unaware of this marriage and the child born to them, John Charles Craven now deceased.   As I really do not know who requires this information, I am a little reluctant to release any personal details, other than what is obtainable on line. I need to know who I am more thank you.

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Sunday 30 October 16 22:13 GMT (UK)  »
Forget to mention I will be visiting James Craven's niece Angela tomorrow for her 86th birthday, she is the daughter of his brother and my first cousin.

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Sunday 30 October 16 22:06 GMT (UK)  »
Glad to be able to help.  Are you a professional geneologist.   I have been researching my family for 5 years now as a hobby. I assume James son is not living in Ireland. 

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Monday 24 October 16 15:10 BST (UK)  »
Just looked at the prision registers - the 1924 record for James Craven is just an index  listing of prisoners no further information.
Just to muddy the waters -- there are two entries for a James Craven in the prison registers one in 1915 and one 24 Jan 1917 but this is an older James Craven b. c.1896 age 21 5ft 6 and half inches Fair hair brown eyes fresh complexion. Born Meath St present residence James St Father Joseph same address Soldier 4 RDF (Royal Dublin Fusiliers?) Service no 8698 Offence Absence fro H.M. Army - he was handed over to a military escort.
 The 1915 entry is for the same person same offence.
Possibly not related.

Dublin / Re: James Joseph Craven
« on: Saturday 07 March 15 23:29 GMT (UK)  »
Hi,note you are trying to track James Joseph Craven born 1902 Dublin and married for third timeto MaggieMcCormick.  James was married to my aunt jane Kelly in 1925, she died in 1931.  I have details of his parents etc, if you would like furtherdetails.  Father  Patrick Craven born 1876 and mother Mary Ann McLoughlin born 1879. James brother Patrick Craven was also married to Janes sister Dora.  If you need any further inforbe happy to help.

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