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Dublin / Re: Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Friday 24 April 15 15:47 BST (UK)  »
Thank you - I will have a look at that link :-) Irish Genealogy is all new to me!

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Dublin / Re: Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Friday 24 April 15 14:57 BST (UK)  »
Thanks - I was really pleased to find I had Irish ancestry, just didn't realise how difficult they would be to trace! Thank you for your help :-)

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Dublin / Re: Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Friday 24 April 15 14:49 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Rosie,

At first I assumed that was Mary's daughter but then I found out that John also had a daughter called Mary Ann born the same year and I couldn't quite make out the word between Mary A and McDonald on the 1871 census (although my first thought was that it said Douthitt.) Think I will have to find some Irish records somewhere :-)

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Dublin / Re: Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Friday 24 April 15 13:14 BST (UK)  »
Yes that's her, looks like she wasn't sure if she was born in Dublin or Limerick.  Can't find her on the 1881 census though or before her marriage to John McDonald.

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Dublin / Re: Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Friday 24 April 15 08:47 BST (UK)  »
Thank you - John was born in London, but he must have travelled to Ireland at some point because his daughter was born there (unless that's a mistake on the census). 

It's Mary who I would really like to trace as I have had my mt-DNA results back and would like to trace my maternal line.  :)

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Dublin / Mary Daley nee Douthitt
« on: Thursday 23 April 15 16:12 BST (UK)  »
I am looking for information on my 3x Gt Grandmother.  This is what I know:-

Mary Dalley married John McDonald 14 August 1859 at All Saints Church, Paddington.  Mary was widowed, her father was John Douthitt, a Tailor and she lived at 5 Church Place.

In 1868 when her daughter Johanna McDonald was born, Mary's name was given as Mary MacDonald, late Daly, formerly Douthitt.

In 1871, Mary, her husband John McDonald and family lived at 12 Barrett's Court, Marylebone.  Her year of birth would be 1826 and place of birth is Dublin.

Mary's husband John McDonald had a daughter from his first marriage born in Limerick.  He was a Mason born in Marylebone.

I have been unable to trace Mary and John after 1871 census and would really like to find Mary's baptism record, or any other record of her prior to her marriage in 1859 if anyone is able to help at all.

Many thanks :-)

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Sussex / Re: George Millard
« on: Thursday 02 April 15 06:14 BST (UK)  »
Hi Jann,

No worries - some of my husband's Williams ancestors spent time in Hampshire - but they were Travellers, mainly stopped off in Berkshire and Oxfordshire.  :-)

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Sussex / Re: George Millard
« on: Tuesday 31 March 15 11:49 BST (UK)  »
Thank you for looking, not sure now that there's a connection given the difference in occupations - I will keep looking - they must appear somewhere else!! :-)

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Sussex / George Millard
« on: Monday 30 March 15 15:28 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

Just wondering if anyone has access to Sussex baptism records.  I am interested in knowing the occupation of George Millard's father John Millard.  George was baptised 1 Jan 1815 in Wisborough Green, Sussex, mother is Jane.  (Ancestry doesn't have the actual image).

I am basically trying to see if he is connected to John Millard baptised in Bramley, Surrey in 1816 - son of John and Jane as I can find no other trace of the family in Bramley.  John's father John was a Canalman.

Many thanks in advance for any help :-)

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