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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Today at 09:55 »
Hi

It looks highly likely this is your couple, doesn’t it.

Kind regards

L

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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Yesterday at 17:06 »
Hi

With more time - I searched but didn’t find any more children born to Frank White and Rachil/Rachel KEAN (the same parents’ surnames as on Elizabeth’s cert).

As I don’t see a likely death nor marriage for Hanora, I wonder if she used the name Elizabeth and is indeed your ancestor.  Certainly looks like a strong possibility.

Regards

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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Friday 20 May 22 18:25 BST (UK)  »
Hi

See the 4th entry down for 1854 Scarriff Baptisms - which names parents of Honora as Frank White and Rachil Kean.  Sponsors named as John and Margaret Leonard, also from Scarriff:-

https://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare//genealogy/don_tran/bmd/Scariff_Baptisms1852-1872.xlsx

Cheers

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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Friday 20 May 22 09:42 BST (UK)  »
Hi

Had a very quick look at the Birth Register for Scarriff and see Frank and Rachel White registered their daughter Hanora in Jan 1854, so they may have had other children, but I haven’t time to search.  You could continue the search on registers.nli.ie - choosing Scarriff - to see if this couple had other children….

Regards




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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Friday 20 May 22 09:10 BST (UK)  »
Hi again

When Frank died age 70 in 1890 - in the Workhouse - he was ‘married’.

Two years later, on 1 May 1892 - also in the Workhouse - Rachel White, age 70 a widower died and was described as ‘Shoemaker’s widow’

I wonder if Workhouse records are available and whether you might learn anything new.

Kind regards

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Clare / Re: White, Scarriff, Clare, Ireland
« on: Thursday 19 May 22 11:13 BST (UK)  »
Hi

On www.irishgenealogy.com you'll see the death in Scarriff in 1890 of a Frank (normally a shortened version of Francis) White, a Shoemaker, who died in 1890, age 70.  He was married.

Regards

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Wexford / Re: Warren family from Oylegate Wexford
« on: Thursday 12 May 22 19:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi Oneday

What makes you feel the couple I mentioned yesterday - their use of the same christian-names, the right timescale, the right religion plus the right area in Wexford, rule out the couple I listed earlier?


Kind regards

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Wexford / Re: Warren family from Oylegate Wexford
« on: Wednesday 11 May 22 19:11 BST (UK)  »
Hi again

Are you looking for Bridget Warren, dau of Patrick and Mary Warren of Clonmore?
Patrick died c. 1809 and Bridget (m) a Mr Grannell.
Bridget had a brother Walter Warren.

Regards

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Wexford / Re: Warren family from Oylegate Wexford
« on: Wednesday 11 May 22 18:16 BST (UK)  »
Hi

Is it the Glanbrien Warrens of Ballyhuskard (Roman Catholic) Parish you are researching?

Regards

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