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Re: Are all Carlow records online for COI?
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 07 April 19 13:18 BST (UK) »
Who are you looking for in Fenagh?


I have, by an extreme stroke of luck, found a certified copy of an entry in the 'Register of Baptisms from the parish of Fenagh in the county of Carlow' that was used for a British Civil Service proof of age document.

The entry is for the brother of my 2nd great grandmother, Anne Dillon, and lists the birth and baptism of Nathaniel Dillon, born 9 May 1845, baptised 8 June 1845, son of Thomas and Eliza Dillon, farmer residing at Ballyknockan, baptised by H S King.

It has taken me years to find any records relating to this family, since the Fenagh records do not seem to be transcribed on any sites, and I live in South Africa.

So I'm looking for any records relating to this family, especially the birth of daughter Anne around 1840/1 (she married in 1862, and from that I know her father was Thomas Dillon, her brother Nathaniel was a wItness), and any other siblings. Of course, the marriage of parents Thomas and Eliza would be fantastic to find, as I don't know Eliza's maiden name.

Any help would be appreciated...

Kind regards, Jo Hugo

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Re: Are all Carlow records online for COI?
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 07 April 19 14:43 BST (UK) »



All C of I Dillons, Carlow, 1901 http://www.rootschat.com/links/01nmj/




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