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Re: How hard is it ?
« Reply #81 on: Tuesday 11 June 19 19:46 BST (UK) »
That explains it. We were all searching for something which has gone extinct. (Imagine lightbulb emoji here.)


The likes of

HENDERSON Catherine Archibald HENDERSON Bridget HENDERSON nee McELROY Drumduff Derryvullan Lurg Fermanagh 1851 - Archy 36 & Biddy 34 Henderson md 1840, Margaret 10, John 6, Catherine 5, Biddy 2 1916 - Mrs Catherine Morar, 258 Garngad Hill, Townhead, Glasgow Catherine born 1st June 1846


all to be found on the Census site now!



Which aghadowey had linked to anyway so all for nothing in the long run.


Was valid then!
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« Reply #82 on: Friday 29 October 21 18:09 BST (UK) »
I have been tracing my relation John Mulholland son of John & Mary nee McCormick. From what I have read on this site he is brother of Patrick and Joseph. I will post more info interested

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« Reply #83 on: Saturday 30 October 21 19:50 BST (UK) »
1876 Marriage of Patrick Mullholland and Bridget Henderson.

Married on 20 / 06 / 1876 St Rollox, Lanark, Scotland after banns according to the forms of the Roman Catholic Church.

A thread about St. Rollox Registration District.
https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=283957.0
Reply 11 on the thread said that Garngad, which I noticed in an address, was a well-known Irish quarter in Glasgow.
I'd never heard of a Saint Rollox in Scotland.
 https://saintsplaces.gla.ac.uk/place.php?id=1337703369
"Saints in Scotland Place-Names"
Rollox is a variant of St. Roch/Roche, a hermit. (S/he kept a low profile. :))

A list of Catholic churches in Lanarkshire includes St. Roch, Glasgow, Garngad. That may be the church where the marriage was.
https://www.findmypast.co.uk/articles/scotland-roman-catholic-parish-list
A Church of Scotland church in Lanark is/was St. Rollox.

JMul, welcome to RootsChat. Today is 3rd anniversary of this topic. I read it all through to refresh my memory. Original poster is still active on RootsChat. 
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Re: How hard is it ?
« Reply #84 on: Saturday 30 October 21 20:02 BST (UK) »
I have been tracing my relation John Mulholland son of John & Mary nee McCormick. From what I have read on this site he is brother of Patrick and Joseph. I will post more info interested

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Re: How hard is it ?
« Reply #85 on: Saturday 30 October 21 20:03 BST (UK) »
1876 Marriage of Patrick Mullholland and Bridget Henderson.

Married on 20 / 06 / 1876 St Rollox, Lanark, Scotland after banns according to the forms of the Roman Catholic Church.

A thread about St. Rollox Registration District.
https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=283957.0
Reply 11 on the thread said that Garngad, which I noticed in an address, was a well-known Irish quarter in Glasgow.
I'd never heard of a Saint Rollox in Scotland.
 https://saintsplaces.gla.ac.uk/place.php?id=1337703369
"Saints in Scotland Place-Names"
Rollox is a variant of St. Roch/Roche, a hermit. (S/he kept a low profile. :))

A list of Catholic churches in Lanarkshire includes St. Roch, Glasgow, Garngad. That may be the church where the marriage was.
https://www.findmypast.co.uk/articles/scotland-roman-catholic-parish-list
A Church of Scotland church in Lanark is/was St. Rollox.

JMul, welcome to RootsChat. Today is 3rd anniversary of this topic. I read it all through to refresh my memory. Original poster is still active on RootsChat.

St Rollox was also a very large Rail works in Glasgow.

Couple years ago the wife and I visited the area and the church her Grandparents were married in the RC church of St. Rochs.
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Stogdon, Preedy, Harris, Jenkins, Thaler, Vail, Brown (Whitby), Browne (Sussex), Infield, Feldwick, Knowles, Dodman, Nicholls, Anderson, Dell, Brooker, Gibb, Cox.
Wifes Side:Burningham, Hill, Sanger, Morrison, Mulholland, Legg, Lake, Ewence, Bowden.
Blog: https://neilsfhsite.wordpress.com

All Whitby football related research:
https://wtfchistoryhome.wordpress.com/

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« Reply #86 on: Saturday 30 October 21 21:12 BST (UK) »
Lensmeister, you need to remove your email address from reply 84. RootsChat doesn't allow email addresses on the Forum. If JMul makes a couple more posts their private message function will become operational and you can exchange personal information via that. 
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