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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Help re Irish Birthplace please
« on: Thursday 20 January 22 00:19 GMT (UK)  »
I would agree with Ballitore.
Another excellent townlands database is the work of the late John Broderick a.k.a. 'seanruad'. Very handy when you can only clearly identify a short series of letters, or a string at the beginning or end.
https://thecore.com/seanruad/

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Dublin / Re: trying to find death cert
« on: Wednesday 19 January 22 21:09 GMT (UK)  »
There's also a 1908 one with an address in Bishop Street who died in the Workhouse.

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Dublin / Re: trying to find death cert
« on: Wednesday 19 January 22 20:32 GMT (UK)  »
She is in Glasnevin. Listed as a widow of a fish dealer, Michael Byrne 54 Aungier Street was informant and made arrangements for the burial. PM me if you want the record.

**edit 54 Aungier Street is Fanagan's Funeral Directors today, so Michael Byrne may have been a funeral director.

**another edit. 54 Aungier Street was Fanagan's in 1912.

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Dublin / Re: trying to find death cert
« on: Wednesday 19 January 22 20:24 GMT (UK)  »
I think she is the entry at the top of this page (I know the age is way out).
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/deaths_returns/deaths_1908/05506/4542772.pdf
Here is Mary Nugent in 1911: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Dublin/Wood_Quay/Werburgh_Street/68633/
Mary Nugent's child Kathleen's birth was reported by Catherine Moore
No 198 on this page: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/birth_returns/births_1907/01699/1674185.pdf

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: What might this say under Blackfriars?
« on: Saturday 15 January 22 00:29 GMT (UK)  »
If you look for her on the 1939 register it gives her D.O.B. as 6th September 1896, if that helps.

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17774 James Ryan.
Native of Kildare. 5 foot 7 1/4 inch.
Aged 20 on joining 15 Nov 1853. Married a Leitrim woman 23 Jan 1867.
Recommended by Lt. Col. Roberts. (cannot read his first name - looks like Hramer).
Assigned to Sligo 26 April 1854; Reserve 20 Nov 1854; Fermanagh 7 Feb 1858; Cavan 1 March 1860. Promoted to 1st Sub Constable 1 June 1854; Acting Constable 1 Nov 1868; Reduced to 1st Sub Constable 10 Oct 1874.
3 favourable reports, 3 unfavourable.
Pensioned 20 Jan 1880.
Pension paid in Swanlinbar.

Note in pension record: From 1st January 1898, pension to be paid to wife, Mrs. Anne Ryan. Back payment to be supported by certif. of RMS Monaghan Asylum stating that pens. is alive and insane.

Died 2nd February 1913. Last payment to P. Ryan for funeral expenses and to Thomas P. Conlon, RMS, Monaghan and Cavan Asylum for maintenance.

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United States of America / Re: Help with border crossing card terms/codes please
« on: Sunday 09 January 22 19:44 GMT (UK)  »
I know it's years on, but I just realised I did not thank the people who helped. I am much obliged.
Thank you.

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Ireland / Re: Never seen before emergency travel passport
« on: Sunday 02 January 22 12:37 GMT (UK)  »
There may be a next of kin (often their mother) listed in the military record.

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I think it says 'Mortus' (maybe 'mortui'?) which means they are dead, or at least the father was - I'm not 100% if it also meant the mother was also dead.

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