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Louth / Re: Thomas Dignum Catherine Weldon
« on: Saturday 06 April 13 00:58 BST (UK)  »
New info on Alice dig am.  I was talking to an 90year old women she said she remembered her coming home from england to her brothers funeral in the early 1940s. She went to england. I wonder is there any ship records for 1941 fro. Ireland to england or passport records to england for 1941. Or would the English embassy have her on file. I found a marriage for a Mary a dignum in 1917 and 1913 it might be her

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Dignam Duignan Dignan
« on: Sunday 17 March 13 01:00 GMT (UK)  »
Hi I was just thinking about alice Dignam.  Her brother named his daughter Alice Dignam in 1923 I wonder why.  Maybe thiirth cert i wonder why its spelt that way maybe if s women passed away when she was very young and there is no death record for her.  My aunt told me a few days ago that my grand dads mother died when he was very young this would be Alice Dignam I wonder what age he would have been when she died.  But on my grand fathers birth cert there is no fathers name just the name Alice Dignam its spelt Duigenan.

But im thinking she must have died young there is no death record for her in Drogheda.  Why would her brother call her daughter after her  In those times family didn't want to have anything to do with people who had babys un married.  She could have been married but its searching for a marriage record for an alice dignam before 1905 in Ireland

Australia / Re: Trying to find family in Australia
« on: Tuesday 05 March 13 01:58 GMT (UK)  »
Or a newspaper that covers all over Australia a popular one that is a daily newspaper eg Ireland is the Irish Inpendent and England is the Times

Australia / Trying to find family in Australia
« on: Tuesday 05 March 13 01:57 GMT (UK)  »
Christina L* she left England about the 1960s time mark and paid 10 pounds to go to england does anyone know how i can find out about her
* Moderator comment: name removed as possibly still living.  Also, assume you mean she paid 10 pounds to go to Australia? *

Family History Beginners Board / Eileen Halls Husbands Name
« on: Tuesday 05 March 13 01:55 GMT (UK)  »
Hi I was wondering can anyone help im trying to get a husbands name for this lady.  I would be greatful if anyone can help me i know i might have to get marriage cert.

Eileen Hall Marriage
Dublin North
Jan March 1943
V 2 Page 273

Also a Margaret Larkin (Nee Wynne)  born in Dublin North in Jul- Sept 1919 she died in England  place that sounds like Acting but cant prenounce the name

Australia / 10 Pounds to go to australia
« on: Tuesday 05 March 13 01:38 GMT (UK)  »
Does anyone know were i can get the list of names of the people who went to Australia in teh 1960s and the 1970s for ten pounds. Or did anyone ever hear of this sceme or is there a way to track these people down

Dublin / Re: Josephine Hall Larkin Dublin Ireland
« on: Friday 01 March 13 13:44 GMT (UK)  »
she married a John Larkin in 1936 and its her second marriage in 1949 thanks for getting back to me i will get the cert soon

Dublin / Josephine Hall Larkin Dublin Ireland
« on: Thursday 28 February 13 23:20 GMT (UK)  »
Im trying to find out this ladys Husbands name. Josephine Larkin

She was married  Jul - Sept 1949
Volume Number 2 Page 699

Is there any websites were i can find out this info

Louth / Re: Track down someone
« on: Wednesday 27 February 13 17:16 GMT (UK)  »
Im trying to find a lady by the name Alice Dignam in Drogheda there is no trace of her since  1905 she lived in Plattin Road Drogheda if anyone has ever heard of her or know were i might find her ive tryed everything regarding marriages and deaths and there has been no luck.  she was born on 12 Aug 1878 i got her birth cert

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