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british soldiers records 1845 onwards
my great-great grand-father married in Ireland. His name was william henry crapper and married mary nocton (father Thomas Nocton)1849. I am trying to trace any army records. He came from Oxford. born 1817 Carol
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
nocton kilohoe 1849
My great -grand-father was born in kings county Kildare. approx 1851/2 Known as Henry charles Crapper. He was only known here in London to my aunt. His life before he married was not known. He married Annie Kyte in Oxford , England, 1876. The cencus told me he was born Kildare. I found a mariage of a William Crapper and Mary Nocton in 1849. His father was also a Henry Crapper from Oxford. Marys father stated Thomas Nocton, farmer. This marriage said he was a serving soldier based at Limerick. 3rd regiment. When Henry and Annie had their 1st daughter they named her Cecilia Mary Nocton Crapper. (note the middle names.) I have no knowledge of the army base in Limerick. Do not know where to get army details of this man. I would like to know if there is any-one researching their Nocton family. Mary was residing at Killohoe? at time of marriage. Carol
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Connor family of Kildare
Looking for the family of William Connor b abt 1832, and who emigrated to Australia in 1850. Any info appreciated.
red mail Delaney
I am trying to trace any relatives of John Delaney (1861) who left Kildaire to join the Welsh Div of Royal Artillery in Pembrokeshire, Wales. His father was Danial Delaney, a blacksmith by trade. John married Elizabeth Martha Francis in Wales and was then posted to Halifax, Nova Scotia where he drowned in a boating accident in 1884.
red mail Kelly/Kearns Mullacash c1900
Hi, Looking for decendants of Julia Kearns born Carlow 16th May 1860 who married Tom Kelly and lived at Mullacash Co Kildare. I have found Julia in the 1911 census where she is at Carnalway, Mullacash South with her son Thomas 22, Rose 16, Lizzie 14 and Maggie 8. She declares she is a widow, a small farmer, and that she has had 9 children, with 7 surviving. I cannot find them in the 1901 census, but I assume her husband Tom was alive then as in 1911 her youngest daughter is only 8. I know from family information that at least 2 of her daughters went to America, and lost contact both with each other and the family, but were re-united years later (perhaps in the 1950s) Julia retained strong links during her life with her family in Graigue and Sleaty just outside Carlow. Any information is appreciated Ros
red mail James Wood
Any info on the Wood family living in Kildare in 1860's. Thomas Beal Wood & family lived there while he was in the Inland Revenue. Two of his children were born there, Alice Mary & James Beal.They went to live in Tickhill, Yorkshire. Could anyone tell me why the Inland Revenue where sent there?
red mail Kildare/Ireland /pre 1922
Up to 1922 the British Army occupied Ireland. There were army camps (that I know of) in Galway: Limerick - 'Strand Barracks': Athlone: Dublin; and Co Kildare - 'Curragh Camp'. The Curragh had a large military hospital and 7 Barracks for soldiers & 7 married quarters. It was handed to the Irish Defense Forces in 1922 who are still there. When the British left they took all records and documentation. The nearest town is Newbridge.
red mail Kings County
Appols:(Irish history > (Meath associated with 'Pagan kings') Co Offaly in the provence of Leinster was known as Kings County. It is situated next to Co Kildare which is also in Leinster.
red mail FARRELLY/LENNON FAMILIES KILDARE
My gt. grandfather was Peter Farrelly, a National Schoolteacher, who retired to Kildare town in the late 1800s with his (2nd) wife the former Julia Coffey and their four children, Philip b. 1880; Julia (Juliet) b. 1881; Richard Joseph b. 1882 and Patrick b. 1883, all in Clane. Peter Farrelly died in 1902 at the age of 82. Philip Farrelly married Mary Broughall in 1912 in the RC Church of Monasterevan (?) Athy. She was born in Walterstown, Kildare, abt. 1881. They had seven children. Julia (sometimes called Juliet) married Thomas Lennon on 10 June 1901 in the Roman Catholic Chapel, Kildare. Thomas Lennon was a Carpenter, and son of James Lennon a Land Agent. Julia (Juliet) was the Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths (under the name Juliet M. Lennon)in Kildare for some years at the beginning of the 20th century. I would love to hear if anyone knows of this family. Maggie
red mail Fitzgerald's of Kildare
I am trying to connect with any Fitzgerald family in Co.Kildare I would appreciate very much any help Margaret

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