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Carlow / Re: Sarah Jane Tutty
« on: Friday 08 October 21 12:19 BST (UK)  »
Not sure if a connection, but I am researching Tuttys, but in Dublin, although possibility they originated from Wicklow

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Friday 08 October 21 12:12 BST (UK)  »
Thank you LH
Will look at that post, on Carlow board. Very much appreciated

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Thursday 07 October 21 12:56 BST (UK)  »
It sounds like an idea, the only thing is I can't give much info, for them to put in the paper.. I think Ancestry have an offer, on their DNA so might have to do a test, but not sure exactly how much it will tell me. I mean I know there were lots of Tuttys, and probably, way back, they were all connected, but will the test show me which 'clan' I am from.

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Wednesday 06 October 21 14:55 BST (UK)  »
Yes I have exhausted the site lol.
I found quite a lot of Tttys, there, but I can't be sure if any fit my John. I think j have found the right family abd feel so positive, only to find, later, that that one died early. Or he never had a son called John.
The family us so difficult to research as each brother had sons born around the same time, and they each called them by the same names.
Thank you for taking the time, to reply

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Tuesday 05 October 21 10:22 BST (UK)  »
Thank you, for replying, to my post.
I am not sure what religion, John, the son was, although he did marry his first wife, in England, in a church of England church, and when his wife died, he married, again, in COE, so may have changed religion, as most of the Tuttys, i have looked at, where RC
Thank you

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Monday 04 October 21 17:07 BST (UK)  »
Thank you. I had read about the naming pattern and had thought the same. I had found a John married to a Mary, with his father, aJohn. There was a surname of White, for the mother, but can't find any other details. However, one family I was following, had a Robert Tutty, marrying a Margaret White.
This was in Rathfarnham. Could just be a coincidence, but very very few John's, with father, John, let alone the coincidence of the mother's surname.
All very much a case if surmissing, rather than factual. The father 's age is completely speculation. There was a Jno Tutty, baptised in 1793,
I really appreciate you raking the time, to help, thank you

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Dublin / Re: trying to find
« on: Monday 04 October 21 09:24 BST (UK)  »
Thank you, both. Yes, I do have all details, of son. John, after moving to England. Just trying to find his father. There are so many Tuttys. His son said he was from Dublin, but wondered if maybe born in Wicklow, as this is where most Tuttys were from, then perhaps his father moved.  I wasn't sure if anyone could try to find a John Tutty, with a father, John. I am having problems fitting in the couple I found, with the dates. I appreciate your time and help. Thank you

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Dublin / trying to find
« on: Sunday 03 October 21 16:08 BST (UK)  »
Hello all, excuse me, if i have posted this, on the board, but i havent been on here, for a long while, and i have forgotten, how to use the boards.
I am trying to find my ancestor. He was a John Tutty.
All i know was that John was born around 1780c and in 1881, he was a valet, I know that would make him 100 years old, but his son mention this fact, on his marriage record,, at his 2nd marriage. it could be that he 'forgot' to add that this fact, was when his father was alive, and that he was now deceased, but, it was not mentioned, on the cert.
I know the son, also John, was from Dublin, according to the census, but have read that a lot of Tuttys came from Wicklow. I also read about someone who was originally from Wexford, then to Wicklow, then his family moved to Dublin.
I have been looking at the naming process, for the son's family, and his first daughter was Mary Ann, so, maybe HIS mother was a Mary Ann. I have been looking on allthe usual websites, ancestryt, findmypast, irishgenealogy.ie, familysearch, but cannot find anyone that fits the bill, date-wise, with the name John, having a son John, for that date.
I think the son, John, was born around 1821 and have seen the baptism record for a Jno Tutty, in 1819, and  marriage of John Tutty to a Bridget Rowe, but cannot confirm that either of these have any connections. John, the son, went to England, and I have all the records, for him, from then on.
I wonder if someone might be able to help. I think the clue is probably the fact that the son said his father was a valet, and so have to lookl for big houses etc, where he could have worked. There was a Thomas Pimm who one John Tutty worked for, i think, as is on one of the records, but could this be him,or did he just rent the house and land , not work for Thomas. Sorry, my first posting  this time is such a long one. Thank you all.

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Dublin / Re: glassworks in Dublin 1830's to 1875
« on: Wednesday 10 June 20 22:59 BST (UK)  »
Not sure if on the correct thread, apologies if I am not.
I have been trying for a long while to find out how many glass works there actually were around 1845, in Dublin.
I ask, because my great great grandfather married his first wife then and gave his father as working in the glass works. As the family came from Dublin i have been trying to find out more.
Both my great great grandfather AND his father were John Tutty. The older one born around 1795 time.
Thank you for any help given.

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