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Derry (Londonderry) / Re: john jenkins in Macasquin
« on: Monday 13 June 16 06:41 BST (UK)  »
I have learned a lot since I posted last.  I found my Jenkins in the Dublin Workhouse Feb. 18,1845 entering and leaving April 28,1845.  There were mother Mary aged 30, Ralph aged 5, Eliza aged 3 and Chas. aged 4 months.  I Think these were ages on entering the workhouse.  Father John and son John were not w/them.  I Then found them  in the Rathdown Union Workhouse entering on Jan. 11, 1848 and leaving  (To America)  on April 12. 1850.  Father John aged 40, mother Mary aged 34/37 (can't read it well), Kids: John aged 13, Ralph aged 11. Eliza aged 10 and Chas. aged 3.  It states they were from Bray which was crossed out and Union at Large written in.  I know from Ralph's US obit he was born in Bray.  I then found Baptisms for : Eliza Jenkins  at a RC church in Bray  on Oct. 10, 1841 w/parents John and Maria GALBERT/ALBERT/HALBERT  (Supposed to be SAMMON/SALMON). With God Parents Thomas FLINN and Julia MOORE and Ralph Jenkins son of John and Maria Halbert/Albert/ bapt. on April 14,1839 w/Gods of Pat. Bryan and Maria Kelly.   I then found a (m) record for a John JENKINS and Mary SAMMON Nov. 24,1832 in Enniskerry Parish, Dublin ,Wicklow .  Witnesses James BRYAN and Sara Cortney/ or?.  Then I find a Bapt. record for a Bridgida Jenkins daughter of John and Maria SALMON Nov. 4, 1833 w/Gods Jacob and Maria Mahon.   All of the Bapts were RC in Bray.  In the US Mary/Maria Jenkins is listed on her death register as  Born SALMON and all other records call her Mary/Maria DWYER.    I do not know who Bridgida was  as there was no one by that name who came to the USA w/the family and I think IF she was of my Jenkins she died in Ireland before 1845 when I find them in the workhouse.   If Anyone can find me more info it would be greatly appreciated.  I can Not find them in Ships  in Ap/May of 1850 but they R in the US in the 1850 census but Without Daughter Eliza who is not found in any census until she is found in the 1870 census as Eliza Baldwin  in CT.  She is known to have (m) a Baldwin in VT in Jan. 1860 but can not be found in 1850 US anywhere. Or in 1860 as Eliza Baldwin in NY, VT, Ct, NH, o r Mass all areas she lived.  .By 1880 she has (m) a McDonald and is easily  followed after that.

Ireland / Re: census 1841
« on: Thursday 18 November 10 03:53 GMT (UK)  »
I have since found my Jenkins came from Bray.  Are there any records anywhere Before 1850 for Bray?  Thanks for any help.

Hello Bob, I used to use this site often a few years ago and recently returned as I am helping a lady in England w/research on her family that came to America.  I have received several PM's in  regards  to the research which will be of great help to her and I need to know if there is a way I can send Her the info directly from my PM page and if not is there any way I can Allow Her to access my PM page?   I have nothing there which can not be viewed by all.  Thanks a lot for any help.  Lea Mitchell in America.  Known as Leagen here.

Staffordshire / James Rafferty and Michael Rafferty
« on: Wednesday 13 October 10 19:52 BST (UK)  »
Seek info on a James Rafferty who (m) an Ann before 1891 and lived Newcastle-Under-Lyme.  Had kids:  Annie 1891/92, Mary A. 1896/97, James 1899/1900. This info is from 1901 census.   What became of the Kids?  Also a Michael Rafferty found in same location in 1901 aged 24 living w/his sister Ann aged 23 and his Neice Mary aged 4.  Is Mary A. w/James the same person as Mary living w/Michael?  Are Michael and sister Ann kids of Edward and Bridget Rafferty of same location?   Trying to discover Parents of a Mary Rafferty born in that location about 1895 who was sent to US in 1907 to live w/rellys.

United States of America / Re: Terence Keating mystery
« on: Sunday 13 June 10 23:32 BST (UK)  »
I just upped my Ancestry subscription late last nite to THE WORLD so I wll look for the kids.  Maybe Mary's parents took them?

United States of America / Re: Terence Keating mystery
« on: Sunday 13 June 10 05:18 BST (UK)  »
I figured out the LDS problem.

United States of America / Re: Terence Keating mystery
« on: Sunday 13 June 10 04:39 BST (UK)  »
How do I access the LDS pilot program?

United States of America / Re: Terence Keating mystery
« on: Sunday 13 June 10 04:30 BST (UK)  »
I found a Mary (at least I Think it says Mary) Keating who died in Union in Jan of 1880 at age 38 of Pnumonia and she was born in Canada w/father born in Ire and mother born in Canada.  Maybe this is the Mary wife of Terence.  I can't make out if she was (m) or not, the record is hard to read.  It is on the same death record Page a few names below Terence, at Ancestry.  Maybe u can read the name and if she was (m).  It said Terence Was (m) and if She died in Jan after he died in Dec then it Should say Widowed for Her.

United States of America / Re: Terence Keating mystery
« on: Sunday 13 June 10 03:33 BST (UK)  »
On that Union,NJ death record it says the record is "For The Year Ending MAY 31 1880" so Terence actually died in DEC 1879.  That is why u don't find him in the 1880 US census.  Do u know his wife's name?

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