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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 06 November 14 21:37 GMT (UK) »
As they have a child Bernard, there is a good chance that the Bernard McConville in Griffiths could be her father/ close relative.
However, it would be most difficult to go back a generation.
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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 06 November 14 21:39 GMT (UK) »
Many RC records will be in Latin in that era, a thing to look for in case your research becomes too easy!!  :-))
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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 06 November 14 21:46 GMT (UK) »
The Catholic parish of Strokestown was formerly called Kiltrustan, Lissonuffy and Cloonfinlough. It included the civil parishes of Lissonuffy, Kiltrustan, Cloonfinlough and part of Bumlin. There were chapels at Strokestown and Scramogue in Bulmin, and in Kiltrustan.
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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #21 on: Thursday 06 November 14 21:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi again Hallmark...thanks again for all your help and yes a possible that they are related .....no it's not easy going back lol.....but you have to try lol ....

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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #22 on: Thursday 06 November 14 21:51 GMT (UK) »
Hi hallmark thank you for the info on the parishes hopefully can narrow a few things down ....

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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #23 on: Thursday 06 November 14 22:30 GMT (UK) »
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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 06 November 14 22:44 GMT (UK) »
Hi Hallmark
Thank you so much for the census links as I didn't know Bumlin parish and as to how they were linked I would probably not have made the connection to the family's....once again thank you for all you help ...it's really appreciated

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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #25 on: Wednesday 12 November 14 14:53 GMT (UK) »
Hello, I have been researching Campbells from Strokestown. To date I have found no connection between my family & yours. I have been supplied with the following details of the Children of John & Mary: (all births in Rooskey unless stated)
Annam Camel Campbell (sic) b 10/8/1858
Patrick Campbell b 17/11/1860 @ Strokestown Lissonuffy
Bernard Campbell b 16/5/1865
Bridget Theresa Campbell b 24/12/1867 d 1933 @ Massachusetts USA
John Campbell b 27/5/1870 d 5/11/1959 @ Kiltrustan Roscommon
Elizabeth/Eliza Campbell b 30/4/1872 d 24/10/1949 @ Listenmult Roscommon
Jane Campbell -no other details.
There were Campbells in the area on the 1749 Elphin Census so they have been there for some time. The local church records can best be described as shambolic and sadly are incomplete.
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Re: Marriage 1851
« Reply #26 on: Wednesday 12 November 14 15:11 GMT (UK) »
Hi jcr11
Many thanks for your reply to the post.yes I think we have spoke before...and not sure if it was me that gave you the above information....but thanks again for you input on the Campbell family...maybe somewhere along the line they might be connected..lol...