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Louth / Track down someone
« on: Wednesday 18 August 10 00:53 BST (UK)  »
Hi i am trying to find out were my granny and her father is buried.  Is there any way to track them down i cant find any death certs for them and tryed will records no luck is there any way i can track them down.  There names are THomas Dignam and his daughter Alice Dignam Drogheda Co Louth

Family History Beginners Board / John Somerville
« on: Wednesday 18 August 10 00:50 BST (UK)  »
How do i track down an lost uncle that went from Ireland to America.  He is on a ship in 1939 to New York.  Does anyone know how i will track this man down

Meath / Rennicks
« on: Thursday 29 July 10 12:58 BST (UK)  »
Rennicks of Ardbraccan Co Meath.  If your a Rennicks and looking to search your roots look no further here is the website below.  Dead Link

Family History Beginners Board / Hatrick
« on: Thursday 29 July 10 12:55 BST (UK)  »
If your a Hatrick searching your roots.  I am loooking for James Hatrick the son of Samuel Hatrick.  From St Johnson.

Hatrick Website is below the one i designed



Louth / Re: KENNY, Moydow
« on: Thursday 15 July 10 19:06 BST (UK)  »

The irish roots has death records thats how i found my great grand mother in the workhouse and your can get Births marriages and deaths if this dosent work search births marriages and deaths ireland.


Louth / Re: Thomas Dignum Catherine Weldon
« on: Wednesday 14 July 10 00:59 BST (UK)  »
Civil Death Record
John   Dignam, 17 Jan.1886 age 15      
Parish / District: ST. MARYS
Address:   Black Butt Lane       County:   Co. Meath
Not Married, Occupation: DROVER, Sex:   Male
Informant Thomas Dignam, Black Butt Lane, Father

Just after getting his sons death cert the father is still alive after 1886 that other Thomas is differetn

Louth / Re: Thomas Dignum Catherine Weldon
« on: Wednesday 14 July 10 00:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi i tryed everything.  I think the records for the marriages in St Marys In dROGHEDA MUST HAVE BEEN DESTROYED  in the custom house in 1921 the records for marriages before 1870.

I found a death cert for Thomas Dignam for Oct 1885 it says he was a Bachelor.  And his wife died two months later in the Work House buaryt says on her death cert she was Married.  She died the 26 of January 1886.  Does anyone know what this means.  Cause of Death:  GASTRALGIA 3 MONTHS

On her death cert it dosent give her husbands name it just says Informant
Graveyard:         Relationship:   Householder
Parish:         Name:   Henry Duffy*
County:         Address:   Drogheda Workhouse

The same with this other death cert below.

Civil Death Record
Name:   Margaret   Dignan      Date of Death:   15-Mar-1886   
Age:   2 Months      Parish / District:   ST. MARYS
Address:   Workhouse      County:   Co. Meath
Status:   Not Married      Denomination:   Civil Record
Occupation:   NO OCCUPATION      Sex:   Female
Graveyard      Informant
Graveyard:         Relationship:   Householder
Parish:         Name:   Henry Duffy*
County:         Address:   Drogheda Workhouse

I am thinking since the father is not present at death for Margaret his daughter it must be him that died in 1885.  Could be this a case that they arnt married or it was just a mistake on Catherines death cert it said married not widow

Louth / Re: Thomas Dignum Catherine Weldon
« on: Saturday 03 July 10 16:12 BST (UK)  »
Its a different name on it my uncle was in touch with the Church in Ardee

Louth / Re: Thomas Dignum Catherine Weldon
« on: Friday 02 July 10 15:49 BST (UK)  »
Hi i have tryed everything looking for that cert for THomas Dignam and Catherine Weldon but had no luck so just going with what i have.  I think they married some other country or it  could have been a mixed marriage

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