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Offline ladymavis

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Irish Australia shipping 1840s handwriting help McNamara Flynn Kelly
« on: Saturday 09 March 19 07:31 GMT (UK) »
Hi, I thought I would try and work on my dead ends by being completely sure I have the handwriting correct - as my earliest records. Any help would be much appreciated.
Thomas McNamara
John Flynn
Margaret Flynn

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Ancestry, MyHeritage - Annie Kelly Family Tree
Australia/Ir: Kelly, Flynn, McNamara, Dunshea
Oz/UK:White, Higginbottom, Oz/DK: Miller (Moller-Danish),
USA: Olson (Danish), Larson (Swedish), Ongstad (Norwegian), Stockert/Bast (German via Ukraine)

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Re: Irish Australia shipping 1840s handwriting help McNamara Flynn Kelly
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 09 March 19 09:26 GMT (UK) »
Mary Flynn
North Britain
government(?)
A native of Maraborough (Maryborough, now Portlaoise?) Queen's County
Daughter of Thomas McNamara of same place Margaret Hutchinson his wife
Farm servant
45 Years
Coffey, Cummins, Cummins [Skirke, Laois], Curran, Dillon [Clare], Fogarty [Garran, Laois/Tipp], Hughes, Keshan (Keeshan), Loughman [Killadooley, Laois], Mallon [Armagh], Malone, Markham [Caherkine, Clare], McKeon(e) [Sligo/Kilkenny/Waterford], McNamara, Meagher, Prescott [Kilkenny/Waterford/Wexford?], Rafferty, Ryan, Sullivan, Tobin
GEDMatch: T665306 tested with Family Tree DNA
GEDCOM file: 1980344

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