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red mail Fogerty, Fogarty
Looking for any information on the birth of Cornelius Fogerty (possibly Fogarty) c1866, father's name recorded on his marriage certificate of 1889 as John (deceased). Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
red mail Murphy
William Glenn RIC transferred from Belfast to Bruff, married one of the "Smiths" of Ballynanty House. The son of this marriage, William Henry Glenn married a Mrs. Carmody (nee McMahon) in Limerick. His name was then spelled "Glynn" (the Catholic version of the name, I believe) The information I have been able to glean from records is that only a son was born to the "Smiths" and I wonder if anybody has any more information?
red mail Briggs
My Gt.gt.grandfather, Nathan Briggs was stationed at Bruff in 1850+ with the RHA. He deserted twice and managed to marry an Irish girl called Catherine Kelleher/Keleher/Keeler/Ketcher,(Catherine couldnt write her own name, these are all the different spellings on her children's birth certificates etc.). Her father's name was JOHN KELLEHER. They were married in St.John's ,Limerick in 1855, & she died in Woolwich in 1894.


 
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