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Offline Peggy13

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1821 Census, Mullins, Parish of Kilcommon, William Brownrigg
« on: Friday 06 January 06 01:33 GMT (UK) »
Does anyone have access to the 1821 Census for Mullins?  I am looking for my ggg grandfather william Brownrigg born abt. 1787 and his family-wife Jane Morris.  Should be children named William, Catherine, Jane, Richard, Stephen, and Susannah.
Also, could you look for Andrew Morris and family.  Not sure but this may be Jane's father or brother.  Jane was born 1787.  One of William and Jane's sons is named Andrew Morris Brownrigg, but he was born in Canada.  There is also Stephen Morris in the area but not in Mullins.  Not sure exactly where.
Thanks for any help.
Peggy
Meggison-Durham, Northumberland and Canada

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Re: 1821 Census, Mullins, Parish of Kilcommon, William Brownrigg
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 29 January 19 22:01 GMT (UK) »
If you are still actively looking, your William Brownrigg was baptized at Aghold Parish Oct 19 1785.   Parents were Abraham Brownrigg and Alice Nixon of Rahinduff Co. Wexford

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Re: 1821 Census, Mullins, Parish of Kilcommon, William Brownrigg
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 29 January 19 22:08 GMT (UK) »
Fantastic and thank you, Ross. It is much appreciated.
Peggy
Meggison-Durham, Northumberland and Canada