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Thanks Ian and Carol great to have them

Thanks Peter,Pat and Handypandy, it is great to have it repaired and I know it is really difficult when the mark is across the face really appreciate it thank you

Any help restoring this picture of my grandmothers brother who was killed in WW1 would be greatly appreciated

Ireland / Re: Missing 1901 census and National Archives
« on: Sunday 01 November 20 14:22 GMT (UK)  »
thanks I was looking to see who lived at 56 Irishtown in 1901 and the link from Sinnan was amazing enough number 56, my mother was born there and her family had lived there for just over 100 years. They only moved in there in 1919 but I have a photo taken before then which shows a small child standing at the door and was trying to find who it could have been

Ireland / Missing 1901 census and National Archives
« on: Thursday 29 October 20 14:22 GMT (UK)  »
The section for Irishtown  Clonmel seems to be missing from the 1901 census is there someone I can contact to see if it is missing or just not on line yet ? Also is there a way to get access to documents held in National Archive. I see documents on there that are related to family members but am not getting any response from them on how I could access them

Cork / Re: William Quinn Bandon
« on: Tuesday 27 August 19 20:44 BST (UK)  »
thanks Sinann that was really useful

Cork / William Quinn Bandon
« on: Monday 26 August 19 20:53 BST (UK)  »
On a birth cert for his daughter in 1934 William's address is Kilbrogan Hill Bandon and his profession is sergeant civic guard. Is there anywhere I can look for more details of his time as a guard ?

Armed Forces / Re: Tracing WWI Medal Holders
« on: Wednesday 12 September 18 16:20 BST (UK)  »
thanks for the suggestions, the medal belonged to Percival Page Corporal then Serjeant in RAMC, I found his medal record. He doesn't appear on the Commonwealth War Graves so he must have survived the war.

Armed Forces / Tracing WWI Medal Holders
« on: Wednesday 12 September 18 11:52 BST (UK)  »
I recently purchases a set of WWI medals to replace family ones that were lost. The name of the person who previously owned them is on the back, a member of the RAMC, any ideas how I could trace some details of them. ? thanks

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