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« Reply #81 on: Tuesday 20 November 12 12:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi Geraldine,

Would love to share this information with you. You cannot send me a P.M. until you have more notices on this site. but let me know what information you have, including dates and I will will hopefully expand on it for you.

If you live in Wicklow there is a genealogical meeting on Wednesday (tomorrow) at 8.30 in St Vincent d Paul's house, The Mall, Wicklow town, beside the shop, all welcome to attend. Hope to see you there.

Julia

Doyle, Malone, Ryan, Wicklow.
Murray of Arklow.
(O)Carroll of Annamoe, & Cornagower, Brittas, Wicklow, & Co Carlow.
Waters, Haughton, Leviston, Goggin. Kavanagh Wicklow.
Lavender and Newman of Ballyhad, Rathdrum.

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« Reply #82 on: Tuesday 20 November 12 14:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi Julia

I have just spoke to my sister an it seems we have you already working on this with/ an for us I'm John Paul's niece
Corkish,Armstrong,

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« Reply #83 on: Tuesday 20 November 12 14:06 GMT (UK) »
Also Teresa asked me to inform u we have clippings from a news paper from when the ship sunk in 1947
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« Reply #84 on: Wednesday 21 November 12 16:49 GMT (UK) »
Corkish family:  Corkish variants as appears on IOM records:  Cornish: Cornishe:  Cormiss: Cornise: Cornish: Cornich: Corniche:   Coornick: Korkish: and many more.  Lifeboat headquarters Poole, Dorset, England

Ist Generation I know of: Jack Corkish married when or where? Resided Tyne Tce, Harbour Road, Ramsey, I of M. Died when? : Killed by Ramsey Lifeboat. He was one of the launching crew, Buried ? Committed a really big sin, I know it was many years ago,  – did not take a reference for this information!!! Help needed please

2nd generation: Children:  2nd child:  Evelyn Mona Jafner Corkish, born Ramsey, I.O.M. Married Tom Oldfield: resided at 62 Mould Road, Connis Quay, Wales.

2nd Generalion. First child: Thomas Philip Sr. Corkish bc 1885 I.O. M. Died 4 Dec 1947, Shipwrecked off Court town Harbour Wexford. Body found 25th December, age 62 yrs. married, sailor. Inquest held 26 Dec 1947 -Coroner. Dr. A.J. Cantwell  Nr. Wexford.
   Ship called "Isalt" wrecked off Court town Harbour early Dec. Thomas's body was washed ashore 25th December, 197 at  Ballymoney Strand, Court town, Co. Wexford. His son John (Jack) and another Dublin boy were the only survivors.   The owner's body was never found. See national newspapers for December 1974.     
Buried in Gr.No.III Q 723 (1st internment) in Rathnew Cemetery, Merrymeeting, Co Wicklow.  Headstone Rathnew Cemetery Rows Aa to Gg (researched August 2001 by JMF) ‘with wife & son Robert & Tess Corkish who died 1997’

   Married when? and where? To Julia (Bab) Evans born 9 Apr 1886 in Wicklow, daughter of Richard Ayres    (Earnest) Evan. Richard was born circa 1861 and married 22 October 1879 to Margaret Doyle in St. Patrick’s    R.C. Church, Wicklow Town. Marriage Certificate states:  “witnesses John Evans & Sarah Burton.” 

   Census 1911. b4 Church Hill, Wicklow 65/51 Julia, occ. general domestic servant; age 23 yrs;  single.  Julia died 31st March 1966 at 12 St. Dominick’s Road, Wicklow: widow age 80 yrs. Cause of Death Influenza  1 week.  Buried in Gr. No. III Q 723, Rathnew Cemetery, Merrymeeting, Rathnew Co Wicklow, there is a Headstone

The late Ned Kane,   Undertaker,  remarked in his death records (held by Ned Flannery)                                                       “Bab had 80 grandchildren & 38 Great Grandchildren.” (Hope you can name them, I can only name 53 JMF)

Children of Julia née Evans & Thomas Philip Corkish:

1 Biddy (Evelyn)  b 17th July 1911, died 25th December 1984, 11 St Dominick’s Road Wicklow aged 73 yrs. Married Reuban James Dover  they have 5 boys & 7 girls. Reuban died 10/9/1982 bur Rathnew. 12 children

2 Sam (Samuel) 29 Sep 1917 - 29 Sep 1989 resided 4 St Brides Road, Wicklow Ireland.                                                          Buried in Gr. No. 2699 (2nd) Rathnew Cemetery.  Married to Tess (Annie) Marah, Rathnew. 10 children

3 Thomas Philip 4 Oct 1919 - 13 Oct 1989. Resided Glenview Rd., Wicklow Town.                                                            Married Maura Kavanagh of Wicklow. 11 children

4 Jack (John married Mary Anne Vickers of Wicklow, Maryanne d. 31/8/1990.                                                                                 Resided at 14 St. Domnicks Road, Wicklow.  Gr.No. 942 Rathnew Cemetery.  2 boys & 9 Girls. 11 children

5 Polly (Mary) 2 children; (1) Gerry Corkish married Denise? (2)  Josie (Josephine) Corkish. Polly married Len Douty and she died in England 1994.  2 children

6 Paddy (Patrick) Shipwrecked with his father and died, Dec. 1947 single

7 Maggie (Margaret) born 13 Nov 1921, died Nov 1996: resided 1994 = Northern Ireland. She married Patrick Morgan born 1910, from Ballintoy, Northern Ireland.  Maggie helped me JMF take my 1st steps at the age of 11 months. at least 2 children

8 Julia born 4th August 1923. Ref. E.H.B. researched (July 2002) book 19 page 45.                                                                              27 Sept 1921 - 16 Aug 1925 Mother Julia Evans Father Thomas Philip, Sailor.

9 Nellie born 3rd March 1925. Reference E.H.B. researched (July 2002) bk 19 pg 91.                                                              Sept 1921 - 16 Aug 1925 Mother Julia Evans Father Thomas Philip, Sailor. Married Mr ? Jackson ? children

10 Robbie (Robert), married lived in Sligo, has a son Angus and a daughter. He died circa 1966, age 34 yrs., before his daughter's birth. 2 children.

11 Tess (Esther Theresa) born 1930; Died 24 Dec 1997, at 12 St. Dominick’s Road Wicklow, aged 67 yrs. buried in  Gr.No.723-Q-lll (3rd internment) Rathnew Cemetery, Wicklow, with Mother & Father.  3 children
                       
Total of children 53 known, where and who are the other 27 grandchildren of Julia & Thomas Philip Sr.?

Doyle, Malone, Ryan, Wicklow.
Murray of Arklow.
(O)Carroll of Annamoe, & Cornagower, Brittas, Wicklow, & Co Carlow.
Waters, Haughton, Leviston, Goggin. Kavanagh Wicklow.
Lavender and Newman of Ballyhad, Rathdrum.

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« Reply #85 on: Wednesday 21 November 12 18:12 GMT (UK) »
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« Reply #86 on: Saturday 24 November 12 09:25 GMT (UK) »
Just catching up on this post as its been quite a while since i looked at it - Its funny to see you all talking about Evans living in Powerscourt as I actually grew up there. In my research I have found come across the Evans living there (Anne Evans) but I have not been able to relate to my tree.

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« Reply #87 on: Sunday 25 November 12 19:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi Mark,

Wow, what a place to grow up!  I'm planning a quick visit to Powerscourt after Christmas, to see where my great great grandfather was gameskeeper.  When did you live there?

All the best,

Anne-Marie
Forker, Morgan, Evans, Corkish

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« Reply #88 on: Monday 26 November 12 12:25 GMT (UK) »
We move there when I was 4 back in the early 70's but I've working and travelling abroad since I finished college in the early 90's. My Parents retired to Kerry about 6 years ago but a couple of my brothers still live locally. Is changed a lots in the last 20 years but it was the best place to grow up.


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« Reply #89 on: Tuesday 18 December 12 12:13 GMT (UK) »
Just to let you know I found out today that the PArish records from Delgany COI church from 1666 - 1900 is now online (PDF form) at - http://ireland.anglican.org/about/152


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