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Messages - Paul Peter

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Waterford / Re: Kilmacthomas Workhouse
« on: Sunday 28 September 14 17:18 BST (UK)  »
Brillant thanks

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Waterford / Re: Kilmacthomas Workhouse
« on: Sunday 28 September 14 16:56 BST (UK)  »
thanks Aghadowey tried that but the link doesn't work

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Waterford / Kilmacthomas Workhouse
« on: Sunday 28 September 14 16:45 BST (UK)  »
Hi

I found out that one of my great great grandfathers - Francis Drohan -  died in the workhouse in Kilmacthomas in 1882. Is there somewhere I could find more details about why he entered and how long he was there and if he entered on his own or with family

thanks

Paul

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Tipperary / Re: Child with Disability
« on: Friday 26 September 14 10:25 BST (UK)  »
thanks Dathai

I will apply for that cert and see if it is her.

I would still like to find out what happened her and where she could have been for the 7 years

thanks again

Paul

32
Tipperary / Re: Child with Disability
« on: Thursday 25 September 14 19:07 BST (UK)  »
Her name was Bridget Drohan buried in January 1933 so would have been born probably in 1926

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Tipperary / Child with Disability
« on: Thursday 25 September 14 16:12 BST (UK)  »
Hi

There is a child buried in the family grave in St Patrick's Clonmel. The council records show that she died in 1933 aged 7 and that she suffered from a disability but there is no birth or death record for her . I also know she was not raised in the family home, was there a home/hospital somewhere in or around Clonmel that this child would have been put into in the late 1920s early 1930s

thanks

Paul

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Tipperary / Disabled Child
« on: Wednesday 07 March 12 11:27 GMT (UK)  »
Hi

I have found that an aunt of mine died aged 7 in 1935. She was suffering from a disability and it looks like  she was not living at home. There is no death or birth record at the GRO and I am trying to find some details. Was there a home on Clonmel or nearby where disabled children were sent ?

regards

Paul

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Waterford / Re: Waterford WW1 lookups available
« on: Thursday 12 January 12 16:59 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Tom

thanks for that. Some of that information came from the CWGC and is incorrect. William was not married, Kate was his mother, Kate Hogan (nee Kirwan) but to get it corrected I need her birth and marriage certificate and his birth certificate and haven't got them yet . You are welcome to use the photo if you like, the other people in the photo are my grandmother who is the oldest girl, his other sister Bridget and their aunt Hannah Kirwan who reared them as their mother died in childbirth when William was 2.

Can you let me know where you want the photo sent ? and would you like the photos of the cemetery and headstone.

regards

Paul

Hi Tom

Got the book last year and its great well done - I have also managed to get William Hogan's   headstone corrected to say 1916 instead of 1917 and the details on the CWGC have also been corrected to show Kate as his mother and not wife. It is nice to have these details correct for future generations and to show he is not forgotten

Paul

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Waterford / Re: Waterford on Irish Roots Website
« on: Wednesday 05 October 11 13:33 BST (UK)  »
Hi Sooty

I see that they have now changed the date saying it will be live before 10th October - only a few days to go then

Paul

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