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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #9 on: Friday 07 May 21 03:03 BST (UK) »
".. Hannah Kent nee McMullen 1865"   John DOYLE marries Hannah KENT...a widow?
yes a widow

What names do you see for witnesses on the marriage record, 1865?
The 1st 2 links that were posted are is the correct marriage

Did Hannah bring any KENT children with her to Western Australia?
She's not listed on the ship however, but not all wives and children were. I believe there was 1 child. Honoria Kent

Can you please list all the information on the death certificate, 1904, John DOYLE.
all the information I have, has been posted

This is him https://crimeanwar-veteranswa.com/veterans-index/d-f/doyle-john-2/
and https://enrolledpensionerforcewa.org.au/epf-profiles/d/doyle-john-13th-and-55th-regiment/
Down and Antrim - Orr, Kelly, Murray, Davey, Little, Phillips, McDowell, Morell, McKee, Crothers, Freeburn, Stewart, Holmes, Hill, McInnis.

Dublin and Kildare - Doyle, McMullen, Duffy

Other - Dundonald Ayrshire, Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire. Kent, Victoria and Western Australia

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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #10 on: Friday 07 May 21 03:34 BST (UK) »


Death certificate, Western Australia, 1904, should record -

place of birth, marriage details, names of children, spouse's name, parents' names, name of informant.

What do you see, on the death certificate, 1904, for these details.....specifically from the death certificate.

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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #11 on: Friday 07 May 21 03:45 BST (UK) »


Death certificate, Western Australia, 1904, should record -

place of birth, marriage details, names of children, spouse's name, parents' names, name of informant.

What do you see, on the death certificate, 1904, for these details.....specifically from the death certificate.

Unfortunatly I don't have a copy of the death cert infront of me at this point in time, it's with another member of the family. Death Certs can also be very unreliable
Down and Antrim - Orr, Kelly, Murray, Davey, Little, Phillips, McDowell, Morell, McKee, Crothers, Freeburn, Stewart, Holmes, Hill, McInnis.

Dublin and Kildare - Doyle, McMullen, Duffy

Other - Dundonald Ayrshire, Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire. Kent, Victoria and Western Australia


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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #12 on: Friday 07 May 21 03:52 BST (UK) »


They can also be very useful. You need to see an image of the death certificate.

Do not just write down information from the certificate, as given to you by another researcher.

You need to see an image of the death certificate.

There is a four year gap between marriage, 1865, and first birth, WA, 1869.

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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #13 on: Friday 07 May 21 04:04 BST (UK) »


They can also be very useful. You need to see an image of the death certificate.

Do not just write down information from the certificate, as given to you by another researcher.

You need to see an image of the death certificate.

There is a four year gap between marriage, 1865, and first birth, WA, 1869.

At $35 a cert, WA has one of the most expensive histrical certs in the country and they're not even online. I don't mean to come across as rude, however if the parents listed on his death cert are wrong, which I'm pretty sure that they are. How is that going to help me figure out who he is and where he came from? For all i know he was the John Dunegan that I posted and he changed his surname for some unknown reason
Down and Antrim - Orr, Kelly, Murray, Davey, Little, Phillips, McDowell, Morell, McKee, Crothers, Freeburn, Stewart, Holmes, Hill, McInnis.

Dublin and Kildare - Doyle, McMullen, Duffy

Other - Dundonald Ayrshire, Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire. Kent, Victoria and Western Australia

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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #14 on: Friday 07 May 21 08:27 BST (UK) »

".. Hannah Kent nee McMullen 1865"   John DOYLE marries Hannah KENT...a widow?

What names do you see for witnesses on the marriage record, 1865?
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The marriage record has been posted by dathai in reply #1


https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/marriage_returns/marriages_1865/11562/8253404.pdf



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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
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Down and Antrim - Orr, Kelly, Murray, Davey, Little, Phillips, McDowell, Morell, McKee, Crothers, Freeburn, Stewart, Holmes, Hill, McInnis.

Dublin and Kildare - Doyle, McMullen, Duffy

Other - Dundonald Ayrshire, Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire. Kent, Victoria and Western Australia

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Re: John doyle of Lucan, maybe
« Reply #17 on: Friday 07 May 21 09:40 BST (UK) »
Hi,
The Dunegan information is very persuasive.

May I just ask if the military record you quote is a summary or a copy of that which is available on Fold3 site (pay site through Ancestry) and also on FindMyPast.
I just wondered if there was more available in the Soldier Service Record.

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