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Louth / McCormack Tallanstown, Co Louth
« on: Tuesday 05 July 05 23:40 BST (UK)  »
Hello All, Any info. on McCormack's from this area ....early 1800's much appreciated. Kevin

Louth / Re: McKenna Dunleer Co LOUTH
« on: Tuesday 05 July 05 23:38 BST (UK)  »
Hello Audrey, Many thanks for that......I appreciate your help. The search continues! Best regards,Kevin.

Louth / McKenna Dunleer Co LOUTH
« on: Sunday 03 July 05 13:24 BST (UK)  »
Innterested in any McKenna' s from Dunleer . Mid 1800's. Delighted to hear from anyone with same. Kevin.

One Name Studies: A to G / Re: BUTTON-SOMERSET
« on: Friday 01 July 05 23:48 BST (UK)  »
hi jo, Mine came from Frome........ a different lot? I have them in Frome dated 1790's. Kevin. Ireland.

Cork / Re: Michael Halasy b.1815 to 1821
« on: Sunday 26 June 05 07:08 BST (UK)  »
Hi, Yes I'm sure it does appear that way......... However the name changes suggest he was illiterate. All I'm saying is how the name appears in Ireland. It is the form of spelling that  is used in Ireland. Good luck,Kevin.

Cork / Re: Michael Halasy b.1815 to 1821
« on: Saturday 25 June 05 19:34 BST (UK)  »
Hi, It looks as if the enumerator has put his own spelling to this. There is a very popular Cork surname spelt Hallissey. I know of several myself. Good luck, Kevin.

The Lighter Side / Re: Just letting off steam!
« on: Sunday 19 June 05 12:14 BST (UK)  »
If we all started using Gendocs, Old maps, Googling, Subscribed to censuses etc. There wouldn't be any need for sites like this.As for Grammar and punctuation.......... if your happy with yours then why worry about someone else? Personally I'm horrified that most of mine in Eng. & Wales were illiterate in the 1800's! CI

Gloucestershire / Re: Gloucestershire Surname Interests
« on: Tuesday 14 June 05 19:57 BST (UK)  »
Hi I'm Researching the following names from 1840's to 1880's
KNIGHT.....POWELL..... EVANS ......All from the Newent, Dymock and Pauntley areas. Thanks CI.

The Lighter Side / Re: relation in orphanage?
« on: Sunday 12 June 05 18:21 BST (UK)  »
OK Rob, That gives a fair bit considering I don't know what happened to My G x2 Grandmother and 3 of my G Grandmothers siblings. Much appreciated,Kev.

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