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Bless her. I had a relative died in a similar place, though I believe she may not have been as capable as yours.

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Does not do badly 'for the type of girl she is'. The mind boggles. I wonder what 'type' she was?

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Yes, I would go with glass finisher too.

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PM sent.

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Offaly (Kings) / Re: BRIEN/MCCORMACK CROGHAN EDENDERRY
« on: Thursday 09 September 21 00:16 BST (UK)  »
There are no witnesses' names or any other information, other than his address as Croghan.

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Offaly (Kings) / Re: BRIEN/MCCORMACK CROGHAN EDENDERRY
« on: Wednesday 08 September 21 23:58 BST (UK)  »
rootsireland has a transcript of a marriage between Patrick O'Brien/Mary McCormack in Rhode, August 1885

Perhaps it was not registered officially for some reason. You could try write to the parish.

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Dublin / Re: Catholic Schools in Dublin
« on: Tuesday 07 September 21 23:18 BST (UK)  »
Other possibilities for girls in that local area could be the Loreto primary in Gardiner Street or St. Vincent's Girls National School in North William Street or Rutland Street Primary. The last two are still open, though Rutland Street is in Lower Gloucester place now.

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Dublin / Re: Catholic Schools in Dublin
« on: Monday 06 September 21 10:41 BST (UK)  »
The closest primary school to Shelmartin Avenue is St. Mary's in Windsor Avenue.

I don't know if it was open back then, though it would make sense with the influx of children following the rehousing. You could contact them.

https://stmarysfairview.ie/

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Dublin / Re: Catherine and James Warren of Dun Loaghaire
« on: Thursday 02 September 21 17:38 BST (UK)  »
James died 4 June 1993.
All three are in the one grave in Deansgrange. ST. KEVIN/F/22

https://www.dlrcoco.ie/en/cemeteries/burial-records

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