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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #18 on: Saturday 03 September 16 17:26 BST (UK) »
Following thru with this SWAYNE/SWAINE lot
> ?
> On 1901/1911 Censuses found Swaine/swayne from gorey Wexford, with a
> Cecelia Swayne aged 85 on 1901 Census with sons John, Richard, and joseph,
> Joseph Born 1861 .John born ..1850
> Richard born..1856...Now im trying to find out what Cecilias Maiden name
> was, i think maybe Clendinnen

source: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/WEXFORD/2012-03/1332435261
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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #19 on: Saturday 03 September 16 17:43 BST (UK) »
James Doyle of Boolacreen, born abt. 1830, married Elizabeth Doyle of Ballymore (Carrigrew Hill), born abt 1830. They were married in Ferns in the Catholic church on 19 Oct. 1851. They left Ireland for Philadelphia in 1854.

The descendants of Elizabeth Doyle (nee Swayne) include Mrs. Elizabeth Byrne of Ballyoughter (born 1901)and Mrs. Margaret Brennan of Ballymore (born 1907), who lived on the old homestead in a mobile home. They were the daughters of Patrick Doyle and Mary Gahan from the same area.

http://www.irelandxo.com/ireland/wexford/ferns/message-board/doyle-family-ballymore-camolin-carrigrew-hill

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I presume there's a Generation missing or something!

 Patrick was possibly  James/Elizabeth's son  ??
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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #20 on: Wednesday 29 March 17 05:27 BST (UK) »
The Cecilia Elizabeth Beatrice Swaine mentioned by Jack2227 was my great aunt. Her maiden name was Earle. She married Alexander Swaine on 3 April 1918 at Clone Church, Enniscorthy. She was a National Schoolteacher.


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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday 29 March 17 21:29 BST (UK) »
Hi Lemon:)
This Swayne Lot in wexford I would love to Unravel   And thanks for your reply too
I think this Cecelia was nee Clendinnen (A sister??Or daughter of my ggggrandfather John Clendinnen who was born According to Wesleyan archives in Downpatrick Co Down circa 1770    He was a Wesleyan Minister so consequently travelled all over with his religious postings)
Have the marriage certs of Mary Charlotte Swayne Who was born circa 1821 In wexford  She married Thomas brend in 1846 in Devon   Father listed as john Swayne Yeoman
Then we have a Anna Cecilia Swayne   Listed a Cecilia Swayne On her marriage(have cert)To Charles henry wade in 1863 in Swansea   She was listed as aged 30 (born circa 1833) Hubby was aged 65 and a widower   Father listed as John Swayne(deceased) Merchant
Theres also another brother I think too Mary and anna Cecilia a Samuel Alexander Frederick Swayne born according to a clendinnen researcher 28 Jan 1839 Newtownbarry Wexford
On 1851 census u have Anna C Swayne Living with Grandparents John C Clendennen and wife Mary C in bideford Devon   Anna listed as being 20
Mary charlotte Clendinnen with her granddaughters ran a boarding school for women in wexford too for awhile 
Love to try and sort these swaynes out
thanks
cathy:)
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 #22 on: Wednesday 29 March 17 21:36 BST (UK) »
Hi again:)
Forgot to mention there is also a Elizabeth Luanda Swayne born circa 1820  She worked as a Governess/Teacher in England on several English censuses and was living with an Ellis Family in devon in bideford  , who we think may connect to john clendinnens wife  Mary Charlotte nee ellis
We think she also connects to family  but no proof
cathy:)
Have been unable to find her death   
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 #23 on: Wednesday 29 March 17 23:13 BST (UK) »
Hi Cathy, I don't have a huge amount of info on the Swain's as my ancestry is through the Earle's. There seem to be a few vague 'touching points' with some that you've mentioned but nothing more than the locations really.
I have John Swaine, born about 1826 (can't find a birth record record) but in 1854 he was in Ballycarney, Wexford (Griffiths Valuation). He married Sarah Jane Bates on 22 Sep 1868, Ferns, Wexford. He was 42 she was 23. They had at least 9 children. John 1869, William 1870, Edward Samuel 1872, Abraham 1873, Peter 1875, Henry R 1879, Mary Frances 1879, Jeremiah Thomas 1881 and Alexander 'Alec' 1884.

Alec. Birth registered Enniscorthy 1884.
1901 census, aged 16, he was living at 8 Main Street, Newtownbarry in what appears to be some kind of hostel/boarding house. He was working as a drapers assistant.
1911. Back home with mother Sarah Jane (widow) and several adult siblings at House 8, Scarawalsh, Wexford
3 April 1918 he married Cecilia Elizabeth Beatrice Earle at Clone Church, Enniscorthy.
3 children form this marriage, all registered Enniscorthy.
(*) 1921 (still alive and living in Gorey)
(*) 1924 (no further info)
(*) 1927 (no further info)

Alec died on 17 Sep 1949. He was living in Scarawalsh at the time of his death.

Hope you get your Swaine's sorted! Good luck  :)

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Re: SWAYNE/SWAINE in Co wexford
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 30 March 17 02:18 BST (UK) »
Hi lemon:)
Thanks for your reply...Nice to hear from you
I have access to Irish Newspaper Archives Thru my Australian National Library Card  will see if I can find anything re these Swains That may link to My swaynes
They were as far as im aware Wesleyan/Church of Ireland
Have had contact in past with someone who has a Roger Swaine from Ballyeden with wife Cecilia Annie
Does that ring a bell to you
cathy:)
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 #25 on: Thursday 30 March 17 07:19 BST (UK) »
Hi Lemon:)
Do u Have Swaine from Gratton Rd Gorey?
Found a newspaper article re 4 Swaine brothers from there in 1933
Cathy:)
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 #26 on: Thursday 30 March 17 09:28 BST (UK) »
Hi Cathy, the only Swaine I have from Gorey is Removed, who is actually still alive aged 96. There is quite a useful website that has lots of Irish parish and church records online. I've confirmed quite a few of my 'Earle's' BMD's from this site

https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/