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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #108 on: Saturday 16 June 18 10:47 BST (UK) »
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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #109 on: Saturday 16 June 18 10:50 BST (UK) »


 Well in Sarah's  case, there does not seem to be any record of her death apart from Patrick remarrying in Abt 1905/6 and listed as Widower

Exactly, and not at all unusual not to have a death cert at the time.

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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #110 on: Saturday 16 June 18 10:52 BST (UK) »


 Well in Sarah's  case, there does not seem to be any record of her death apart from Patrick remarrying in Abt 1905/6 and listed as Widower

Exactly, and not at all unusual not to have a death cert at the time.

I guess but as my Great Grandmother would be nice to know when and why  ???


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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #111 on: Saturday 16 June 18 10:54 BST (UK) »


 Well in Sarah's  case, there does not seem to be any record of her death apart from Patrick remarrying in Abt 1905/6 and listed as Widower

Exactly, and not at all unusual not to have a death cert at the time.

I guess but as my Great Grandmother would be nice to know when and why  ???

Sadly many of us know that feeling only too well.

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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #112 on: Saturday 16 June 18 11:24 BST (UK) »
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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #113 on: Monday 18 June 18 01:11 BST (UK) »
The sadist think I've learned today, is that my Mum's Sister who we had lost contact with in the mid-1980's lived just a mile away from my mum, she died in 2011 aged 80

I lived just 2 streets away from my Aunty 2002-2008 and one of my girls still lives there

One of my sisters works at a local doctors a few  streets away, she could even have been a patient there.

I've blown away and so sad 

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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #114 on: Sunday 04 October 20 03:33 BST (UK) »
Hi:)
Back onto These Swaines/Swaynes again in Wexford   I think my Lot were Protestant/church Of Ireland   The Lot im interested In To Try and Fill in this Swayne/Clendinnen/Ellis Jigsaw is a Crawford Frances Middleton (Father Rev T Middleton) Married Rev John Swayne on June 1812 In Ireland  Im Surmising That Rev John Swaynes Wife Died Young then he Married a Annie(Cecilia) Clendinnen And Had children Elizabeth Luanda Swayne(She did not marry) And Annie Cecilia Swayne who married Charles Henry Wade in 1863 In Swansea.. Elizabeth Was on 1871 Census in Bideford Devon With Edmund Ellis And family Working as a Governess/teacher...This Family is a Nightmare to Research   But they connect to My Direct Clendinnen/Ellis Line thru Rev John Charles Clendinnen Born 1770 Downpatrick Co Down   Who Died in Bideford Devon in 1855.
Ireland...Direct Lines
Down..Clendinnen
Clare..Haren, Ryan
Kerry...Doody
Tipperary...Morrisey
Wexford...Clendinnen, Steele, Ellis
Roscommon...Carley, Fallon

France...D'Acre, Went to Ireland some Changed to DEAKER

England Direct Lines
Norfolk: Clamp, Chesney, Atkins, streek
Essex: Mountford, Cornell, Philpott, Hawkes
Wiltshire: Stone, Annetts,

Watt, Toombs, Greville, Revell , Hindmarsh, Williams, Chivell, Collocott, Carle, Bayliss, Berry, Dewsbury, Dungey, Edwards, Gray, Haughton

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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #115 on: Sunday 04 October 20 03:43 BST (UK) »
Theres Apparently a Samuel Alexander Swaine(swayne) Born According to a Clendinnen researcher  On 28 Jan 1839 In Newtownbarry Wexford   Samuel and Alexander Both Names often used with the Clendinnen Family   but i cannot Locate him  Presumably the Son of Swayne/Clendinnen Marriage..
Ireland...Direct Lines
Down..Clendinnen
Clare..Haren, Ryan
Kerry...Doody
Tipperary...Morrisey
Wexford...Clendinnen, Steele, Ellis
Roscommon...Carley, Fallon

France...D'Acre, Went to Ireland some Changed to DEAKER

England Direct Lines
Norfolk: Clamp, Chesney, Atkins, streek
Essex: Mountford, Cornell, Philpott, Hawkes
Wiltshire: Stone, Annetts,

Watt, Toombs, Greville, Revell , Hindmarsh, Williams, Chivell, Collocott, Carle, Bayliss, Berry, Dewsbury, Dungey, Edwards, Gray, Haughton