Author Topic: CABHRÚ LE DO THOIL LE ÁIT BHREITHE  (Read 4201 times)

Offline stevehyland

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Re: CABHRÚ LE DO THOIL LE ÁIT BHREITHE
« Reply #9 on: Monday 06 January 14 00:19 GMT (UK) »
Now that I'm up and about again....I have tried to find him (and his family) in the 1901 Census, but without luck. 

I was lucky to find him in the 1911 Census because at some point he (James Casey) started calling himself Seamus O Cathasaigh (various spellings in the transliteration I guess).  And the English-ified translation of his 1911 census papers were almost entirely blank.  I think the census collector was having as much difficulty as I was!

 
Hyland, Casey and Tyrrell (Meath and Westmeath, Ireland)

Kelly and Casey (Dublin, Ireland)

Kearney/Carney/Carnie (Fermanagh/Donegal, Ireland, Renfrewshire Scotland), Porteous (Fermanagh/Donegal, Ireland, Renfrewshire, Scotland)

Whitehead (London, Middlesex, England),

Awege (Prussia), Martin (Dover, Cornwall, England),

Stuart (Derbyshire, England),

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