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Offline 85jbk

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Re: Cork to Australia "Where is She?"
« Reply #27 on: Sunday 02 January 11 01:42 GMT (UK) »
Yes  ;D
Back to Mary Ann Davis, If she was a famine orphan to Australia with no parents listed, what hope does one have of trying to locate a family back in Ireland?
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Carlyle -Eaglesfield,Dumfrieshire
Underwood - Ruthwell,Dumfrieshire
Grierson - Ruthwell,Dumfrishire
O'Halloran- Limerick
Bryan (O'Brien)Limerick
Hawks/Hawkes - Staffordshire, England
Badgery - Staffordshire, England
Davis-  Cork- Ireland
Neville - Ireland
O'Toole - Limerick

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Re: Cork to Australia "Where is She?"
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 07 June 11 02:22 BST (UK) »
Jill
I am still stuck with confirming our direct ancestor Mary Ann Davis from Cork.  I will keep you posted if I ever break this brick wall.  I also am confused about her son John Hawkes who married Florence Studman.  I have never been able to find proof of his birthdate as yet.

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Mott - Essex UK & Australia
Holgate - Essex UK & Australia
Paveley - Essex UK & Australia
Dines - Essex UK & Australia
Rigg - Kirkcudbrightshire Scotland and Australia
Anderson Yorkshire UK & Australia
Conroy - Devon & Australia
Campbell - Scotland, Devon & Australia
Davis - Cork Ireland & Australia
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