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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 15 March 11 05:06 GMT (UK) »
Two in the phonebook in that area and two in Carrick on Shannon...

http://www.eircomphonebook.ie/search/residential/Leitrim/Boles.html  From outside Ireland (071) 91 xxx would become 00 353 (71) 91xxx
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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #10 on: Monday 28 March 11 13:08 BST (UK) »
 We should be iln Manorhamiton the  13th of April.  I contacted the church but they did not respond.   Where should we stay in Manorhamiton?  thanks Jim :)

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #11 on: Monday 28 March 11 13:31 BST (UK) »
But they weren't in Manorhamilton, they were in Killargue.. did you phone the one in the phonebook?  (*)

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #12 on: Monday 28 March 11 18:50 BST (UK) »
Jim,
The current telephone directory lists only 2 Boles,households in Leitrim,1 in Killargue & 1 in Carrick on Shannon.
The latter has moved & the other ( a Boles widow of the late Jim) is recently
deceased.
As regards where you base yourself,Manorhamilton was only the Registration District & wont yield anything significant for you.
In fact you would be closer to your roots in the village of Drumkeerin.

For registration of B.D.M. the office is in Carrick on Shannon.
Any Church Records which remain ,pre 1864 are only available in the Genealogy Centre in Ballinamore.
They are no longer available from the local churches.

Cant see any accommodation locally but can enquire on your behalf.
If you wish to P.M. me in the next couple of days I will have some info.

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 09 July 13 17:52 BST (UK) »
Hi Jim,

I was wondering if you found out any information on the Boles family.  I am trying to find a connection between my ancestors and yours.  My grandgather, Patrick McPadden, emigrated into Canada in 1925 to stay with his cousin, John Boles (your grandfather's uncle) and his wife, Mary Comber Boles in Montreal before coming into the US.  The only possible connection I can think of might be my grandfather's mother (Mary Higgins McPadden) and your grandfather's mother (Eliza Higgins Boles).  I just haven't found out what that connection could be.  Other than that I can't find anything that could connect Boles and McPadden.  I'm trying to plan a trip over to Leitrim (hopefully this October). 

Thanks,
Heather 
McPadden and Higgins from County Lietrim and Bridget Gaffney from County Sligo.

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 10 July 13 12:08 BST (UK) »
Hello:  I had a few problems with the site getting back to you.  Yes we found relatives in Manorhamilton and more in the cemetery behind the Catholic church on the main road.  We were shown the Higgins family home(foundation) and there was a relative living nearby which we were unable to contact.  We did find Boles relatives in Manorhamilton.  I used the family history center for the county for help.  Jim Boles

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 07 September 13 23:35 BST (UK) »
Hi there, if you're looking for the Bowles family then they are descendant from the Carrigans and McPaddens from around Tullaghans.

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 06 July 19 18:01 BST (UK) »
I am descended from Boles Tullyskeherney, Manorhamilton and Difreen, (close to Glencar) and also to the Boles from Fingreagh, a few miles from Drumkeeran.

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Re: Boles Family in Manorhamilton
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 06 July 19 19:05 BST (UK) »
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