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Wexford / deegans of new ross
« on: Wednesday 10 August 11 19:00 BST (UK)  »
After much searching I have found my g,g,grandfather came from New Ross.His name was Robert Deegan and he married Mary Kennedy.They had a son Patrick born around 1860 and I am trying now to find if Patrick had any brothers and sisters and for the marriage of Robert and Mary.How many churches was there in New Ross around 1830 -1860,s and am I looking for a needle in a haystack .?Thanks in advance

Dublin / Re: baptismal certs/thanks
« on: Monday 08 August 11 19:12 BST (UK)  »
Have just gone on that site suggested and have found some of the people I was looking for .Where would we be without you .Thanks a million

Dublin / baptismal certs
« on: Monday 08 August 11 18:05 BST (UK)  »
Hi I have managed to get birth certs of the Deegan family I am looking for but I cant seem to find their baptismal certs to see who their sponsors were.Their father and mother were married in St Pauls on Arran quay in 1888 and they stayed in the same area that I know of till 1911,so I can assume it was the same church.What year did it close and how would I go  about getting those certs now.Those dates dont seem to be on Irishgenealogy site.Thank you

Dublin / Re: City Quay Dublin
« on: Sunday 10 July 11 19:07 BST (UK)  »
you could also try,there are some amazing photos on that site including that area

Dublin / Re: dublin union 1921?..
« on: Wednesday 02 March 11 12:18 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Patrick Deegan was actually thr head of the house in 1911 cencus but i got his marriage cert and his fathers name is Robert,thats as far as got.'.Icant even find his birth details.                                                                     
The people in the grave in Glasnevin are record no 1 Patrick Deegan   61 Cork street Union Order   25/10/1921  No 2 James Malone St Patricks House 22/10/1921        No 3 Denis Brennan  Dublin Union  27/10/1921  No 4  Bridget Devine  Harolds Cross  31/10/1921       N0 5 Patrick Mc Hugh    Dublin Union 31/10/1921    No 6 Patrick Kerley     Dublin  04/11/1921       All the above are in St Pauls Section  78 MB

Dublin / Re: dublin union 1921?..
« on: Tuesday 01 March 11 18:20 GMT (UK)  »
i thought as much but do you think that means that his home address was not Cork Street but the place he died in .Last known address i have for him is Nicholas Avenue in 1911 cencus,and i live near Glasnevin so could i find out from them what he died from do you think..Also i would like to put up these other names to maybe help someone else,what section do i put it in Thanks for your help :)

Dublin / Re: dublin union 1921?..
« on: Tuesday 01 March 11 15:15 GMT (UK)  »
Patrick Deegan has an address of 61 Cork Street  and Union Order underneath that and he is the first name on the page. Thanks again for your time .It has me baffled.

Dublin / Re: dublin union 1921?..
« on: Tuesday 01 March 11 12:28 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for replying.Igot the extended version and 2 of the six names have Dublin Union and the third one says Union Order and the other 3 have adressess in Dublin and no cause of death .Any ideas? 

Dublin / Re: dublin union 1921?..
« on: Monday 28 February 11 19:03 GMT (UK)  »
yes but what im trying to figure out is why they were all buried together with the same death date?

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