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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 23 March 19 22:26 GMT (UK) »
My ancestors marriage
McGaveston - Dublin-Ireland, France, New Zealand
White - Shalden, Alton, Chawton-Hampshire
O'Donnell - New Zealand, Co Down-Northern Ireland, USA
Franklin/Fraenkel - New Zealand, Prussia
Day - Echuca, Tongala, London, Fairford-Gloucestershire
Clark/McGraw - New Zealand, Ireland, England
McMahon -Ipswich-QLD, Kiladysart-Co Clare
Smith - Ipswich, Pine Mountain, Redbank-QLD, Co Westmeath, Co Cavan-Ireland
McGuire - Redbank - QLD, Co Westmeath-Ireland
Culhane - Queensland, Ardlaghan - Co Limerick

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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 24 March 19 13:28 GMT (UK) »

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« Reply #30 on: Sunday 24 March 19 14:33 GMT (UK) »



Irish Marriage Licence Bonds.

By the 17th century marriage was fairly well defined, but there were still many ways of entering into it. For persons of property it involved a series of distinct steps.

    The first was a written legal contract between the two parties about any financial arrangements between the bride and groom and their families.
    The second was the espousals, a formal exchange of vows before witnesses
    The third step was ......


https://blog.findmypast.ie/marriage-license-bonds-1406390811.html


In Ireland by the 18th Century Protestants of any substance were usually married by a marriage license bond issued by the consistorial court of the diocese, so there was probably Land etc involved.



Have you checked to see if written legal contract between the two parties was Registered at Registry of Wills/Deeds either before or after Marriage?




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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #31 on: Sunday 24 March 19 23:59 GMT (UK) »
Hi Hallmark

I have not checked that. Im assuming if there's nothing on the Registry of Deeds Index online Id need to pay someone to look for that?
McGaveston - Dublin-Ireland, France, New Zealand
White - Shalden, Alton, Chawton-Hampshire
O'Donnell - New Zealand, Co Down-Northern Ireland, USA
Franklin/Fraenkel - New Zealand, Prussia
Day - Echuca, Tongala, London, Fairford-Gloucestershire
Clark/McGraw - New Zealand, Ireland, England
McMahon -Ipswich-QLD, Kiladysart-Co Clare
Smith - Ipswich, Pine Mountain, Redbank-QLD, Co Westmeath, Co Cavan-Ireland
McGuire - Redbank - QLD, Co Westmeath-Ireland
Culhane - Queensland, Ardlaghan - Co Limerick

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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #32 on: Monday 25 March 19 00:23 GMT (UK) »




 almost all original marriage licenses for the Irish dioceses were destroyed in 1922, however, index books for most of the Irish dioceses survive and can be consulted in the National Archives.




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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #33 on: Monday 25 March 19 21:11 GMT (UK) »
Ive emailed them this morning plus also had a look at their online database.
McGaveston - Dublin-Ireland, France, New Zealand
White - Shalden, Alton, Chawton-Hampshire
O'Donnell - New Zealand, Co Down-Northern Ireland, USA
Franklin/Fraenkel - New Zealand, Prussia
Day - Echuca, Tongala, London, Fairford-Gloucestershire
Clark/McGraw - New Zealand, Ireland, England
McMahon -Ipswich-QLD, Kiladysart-Co Clare
Smith - Ipswich, Pine Mountain, Redbank-QLD, Co Westmeath, Co Cavan-Ireland
McGuire - Redbank - QLD, Co Westmeath-Ireland
Culhane - Queensland, Ardlaghan - Co Limerick

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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 26 March 19 21:47 GMT (UK) »
I had the RCB do a search for Fawcetts and Meates born between 1810 and 1830 for Rathdrum.

15/03/1811 Ann Meats parents Richard and Margaret place Rathdrum
24/07/1814 Lucinda Mates to Richard and Mary Clasinarget (?)
31/01/1816 Peter Mates to James and Mary Clasinargett
14/01/1817 Anne Mates to Richard & Blank possibly Mary Clasinargett
13/05/1821 James Mates to Peter and indecipherable Phily?
04/10/1824 Peter to Richard and Margaret Rathdrum
09/01/1825 Thomas to Peter and Phoebe Rathdrum
08/05/1825 Thomas to Peter and Pheobe. These two entries seem to be duplicates
31/12/1826 Eliza to Peter and Pheobe Ballygannon
22/06/1828 Julia to Samuel & Eliz(?)  Rathdrum
06/06/1831 Joseph to Peter and Sarah Mattes corballis Occupation Sawyer
Burial
20/05/1826 Hannah Fawat (possibly) Ballymacking

For Dunganstown:

Baptisms Dunganstown
24/03/1812 Anthony son of William and Grace Fawcett Ballygannon
03/11/1810 William son of Stephen and Eliza Mates  Killmorea
20/07/1813 Mary daughter of Richard and Elisa Mates Redcross
20/05/1814 Margaret daughter of Stephen and Elisa Mates (? Abode Killinaorea)
08/11/1818 Jane daughter of William and Grace Fawcwtt Ballygannon
21/04/1824 Richard son  of William and Grace Fawcett Ballygannon
18/01/1824 Henry John son of William and Grace Fawcett Ballygannon
07/09/1823 John son of Richard and Eliza(?) Mates Ballydonnell
24/10/1824 Henry son of Leonard and Martha Mates of Ballydannel
27/11/1825 Phianna daughter to William and Grace Faucett Ballygannon
13/5/1827 Charles to William and Grace Faucett Ballygannon
28/12/1828 Robert to William and Grace Fawcett Ballygannon Farmer
22/05/1831 Patrick William  to Anthony & Roae Faucett Seapark Steward
Marriage
04/06/1821 John ellis to Anne Faucett both of Ballygannon
24/9/1824 John Read  of Castlemasadam and ann Meates of Reallmaorea(?) in the Parish of Dunganstown. Witness John Meates
9/12/1843 Robert Byrne of St. Mary in the City of Dublin to Sarah Faucett of Dunganstown . Witness Thomas (?) Faucett
28/12/1/43 John Hinkson of Mary St. Dublin to Jane Sarah Faucett of Dunganstow. Witness Anthony Faucett
Burial
05/08/1826 Phianna Faucett Ballygannon aged ? months
17/09/1833 Charles Faucett Ballygannon 6yrs
Confirmations
1827
Frances and Mary and AnthonyFawcitt Ballygannon

McGaveston - Dublin-Ireland, France, New Zealand
White - Shalden, Alton, Chawton-Hampshire
O'Donnell - New Zealand, Co Down-Northern Ireland, USA
Franklin/Fraenkel - New Zealand, Prussia
Day - Echuca, Tongala, London, Fairford-Gloucestershire
Clark/McGraw - New Zealand, Ireland, England
McMahon -Ipswich-QLD, Kiladysart-Co Clare
Smith - Ipswich, Pine Mountain, Redbank-QLD, Co Westmeath, Co Cavan-Ireland
McGuire - Redbank - QLD, Co Westmeath-Ireland
Culhane - Queensland, Ardlaghan - Co Limerick

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Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« Reply #35 on: Wednesday 27 March 19 21:23 GMT (UK) »
I do wonder if this person:

22/05/1831 Patrick William to Anthony & Roae Faucett Seapark Steward is a sibling to Peter Fawcett whose descendant started this thread.

Roae could well be Rose.

Also what's a confirmation? Is this the first link to my ancestor Mary Fawcett?

Confirmations
1827
Frances and Mary and Anthony Fawcitt Ballygannon
McGaveston - Dublin-Ireland, France, New Zealand
White - Shalden, Alton, Chawton-Hampshire
O'Donnell - New Zealand, Co Down-Northern Ireland, USA
Franklin/Fraenkel - New Zealand, Prussia
Day - Echuca, Tongala, London, Fairford-Gloucestershire
Clark/McGraw - New Zealand, Ireland, England
McMahon -Ipswich-QLD, Kiladysart-Co Clare
Smith - Ipswich, Pine Mountain, Redbank-QLD, Co Westmeath, Co Cavan-Ireland
McGuire - Redbank - QLD, Co Westmeath-Ireland
Culhane - Queensland, Ardlaghan - Co Limerick