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Offline Alicat84

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Re: Duggans - Dublin
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 04 August 10 14:38 BST (UK) »
Ohh yes, was Richard known as 'Jemp'? That's the name my grandmother said to me
Coyne (Dublin)
Donnelly (Dublin)
Duggan (Dublin and also Cork on another side of the family)
Higgins (Dublin)
Hyland (Dublin)
Keating (Cork)
Keely (Dublin)
Killackey (Tipperary)
Langstaff (married in Dublin but no idea where from originally)
Moriarty (Cavan but moved to Dublin at some stage)
Treacy (Tipperary)
Waters (Tipperary)

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« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 04 August 10 23:11 BST (UK) »
Richard Seville was indeed known as jemp. Which was really a nickname given to him by your grandad jackie and his cousin Brian.  He was referred to in the family as a real gent, but they misheard it and christened him jemp. And it stuck.

On another note the missing children on the1901 census are alphonsus and sylvester both who died in childhood.

Maire who is named in the 1901 census who later became Sr Brigid was James 's daughter.
William never married.
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« Reply #11 on: Saturday 07 August 10 12:45 BST (UK) »
Mary Hyland had at least one brother family lived in Walsh Road in Drumcondra. Dad remembers an aunt nanny and there was at least 3 children Eva, May, John, but does not remember the uncles name.

Found a a memoriam card for John Hyland in my granmothers prayer books -

john Hyland of 18 Walsh Road Drumcondra died 12/3/1936 aged 74 years.

Also one for Thomas Duggan 11/4/1925 

Seville,  Duggan, Wogan,Black, Whelan, O Toole, Shepherd, Doyle. Ryan


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Re: Duggans - Dublin
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 11 August 10 13:16 BST (UK) »
Noticed the new additions to the tree
william, mae , and jane  hyland  where did you find them.  Going into registrars this week and do'nt want to duplicate any research you have done. Have you any dates of birth etc for them looking for them on the census 
Seville,  Duggan, Wogan,Black, Whelan, O Toole, Shepherd, Doyle. Ryan

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Re: Duggans - Dublin
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 11 August 10 18:34 BST (UK) »
messaged  :)
Coyne (Dublin)
Donnelly (Dublin)
Duggan (Dublin and also Cork on another side of the family)
Higgins (Dublin)
Hyland (Dublin)
Keating (Cork)
Keely (Dublin)
Killackey (Tipperary)
Langstaff (married in Dublin but no idea where from originally)
Moriarty (Cavan but moved to Dublin at some stage)
Treacy (Tipperary)
Waters (Tipperary)

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Re: Duggans - Dublin
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 07 November 10 15:23 GMT (UK) »
Hi Lisa- my name is Holly, I'm actually your first cousin.My mom is your dad's sister. I remember meeting you when I was little.  I live in Los Angeles.  The last time my mom and I were in Ireland was a little over ten years ago, when Aunt Nora was in the hospice. I was only able to stay a short while, but I did get to see your mom. I am trying to put information together for my mom and have been off to a slow start. I was so surprised to discover this message board. I was hoping you could share any information with me that you've discovered on nana's side, my mom (and my sister) would be thrilled. I wanted to send a personal message to you but I think you have to have 3 posts before the system allows it. Best regards- Holly

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« Reply #15 on: Sunday 07 November 10 15:51 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone
I'm so excited to have come across this site, it has given me such a jump start on my search!

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Re: Duggans - Dublin
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 07 November 10 18:13 GMT (UK) »
Hi Holly!

Glad you found us all! :D
Coyne (Dublin)
Donnelly (Dublin)
Duggan (Dublin and also Cork on another side of the family)
Higgins (Dublin)
Hyland (Dublin)
Keating (Cork)
Keely (Dublin)
Killackey (Tipperary)
Langstaff (married in Dublin but no idea where from originally)
Moriarty (Cavan but moved to Dublin at some stage)
Treacy (Tipperary)
Waters (Tipperary)

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« Reply #17 on: Thursday 13 January 11 03:28 GMT (UK) »
Hi all, my name is Liam Doyle, married to MaryRose Duggan of Clontarf, Dublin.
Her Father was Edward Duggan originally from Rathmines. Jeweller
Grandfather Joseph Duggan. Compositer/Printer
Great Grandfather Edward Duggan 46 Portland Row Dublin. Compositer
In the year 1910, GGF Edward Duggan was admitted as a freeman of Dublin because he was a grandson of James Keely, (father of Julia Keely who married Thomas Duggan. )
James Keely ,tailor, 1 Eustace Street Dublin, was admitted as a freeman of Dublin
in the year 1841 ,because he was married to a grandaughter of Richard Guinness
who was the father of Arthur Guinness who was the creator of the famous Beer that is loved by millions.
I am in awe at this information as  probably are you. The question is what was James Keelys wife's name , and which child of Richard Guinness was she.
 I will keep in touch . Liam