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red mail Samuel Fitz Henry
Samuel Fitz Henry was born about 1799 in the South of Ireland. Possibly in the vicinity of Waterford or Wexford. I would appreciate any help finding his birth/baptism and parents. Samuel married Mary Ann Banks (1806-1883) on the 1 Nov 1832 in the Church of Ireland Church, Athy, Co. Carlow. The couple had 8 children; the eldest named Robert Fitz Henry, born in Londonderry. (1836-1914) His profession is shown as a Wesleyan Minister, Draper & Farmer, in Co. Kilkenny. Our Samuel was an Auctioneer and Valuator as well as a Furniture Maker with a warehouse at No. 36 Kings Street, Dublin. He died aged 64, while conducting an auction on behalf of the owner a Mrs. Alcock on the 24 October 1864 at Richmond House, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford. Samuel and a very large gathering of the public attending that part of the auction crashed to the lower floor when the balcony they were all on collapsed under them. Samuel died on the 28th from the shock and pain of a severely shattered leg which had been amputated. His body was taken to their home at No. 4 Little George Street, Waterford, from where he was buried at the Protestant Cemetery, St. Johns Hill, Waterford.
red mail Brownriggs & Grahams in Waterford
Henry BROWNRIGG (c1772- ) and Jane SPARROW (c1776- ) married 1797 Waterford, Ireland. Their daughter Anna Maria BROWNRIGG (1813-1878) married Charles GRAHAM (1817-1892) in Waterford in Aug 1843. He was a Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Minister in Waterford, Cork and Mallow in the 1840s, later a Congregational Minister (not to be confused with an earlier Charles Graham, the Apostle of Kerry). Their children were born in Ireland, 4 sons - unknown GRAHAM (eldest, died young), Samuel GRAHAM (1846-55), Charles Hunter GRAHAM (c1850-89), James Henry Stuart GRAHAM (1852-96) - and a daughter Jane Anna GRAHAM (c1847-1929), who married Edward John Reddie in 1884 (my greatgrandparents). By 1862 the family was living in London. Anyone know any more about their life in Waterford, please?
red mail mountain
lookin for info. on mountain familys from around the 1700, especially james patrick mountain.....who was his father and mother and if he had any siblings ?any info would be appreciated ,,,,he was born around 1735 and moved to canada in his early twentys ,,,,,,,,
red mail McCaffre
This is a long shot but I am trying to find the family details of a Patric McCaffre (my 4 x great-grandfather) who I believe was born in Waterford around 1797. He appears to have left Ireland as a young man and turned up in Sunderland, Durham where my earliest record is a marriage to an Isabella Smith in 1818 (she was not Irish). He was Roman Catholic and the religion was maintained through his children although by the third generation many had married out. The 1841 census for Sunderland shows 5 surviving children. In later records his name had been anglicised to Patrick Caffrey and his occupation has always been given as a Stonemason's Labourer. He died in Sunderland in 1867 from asthma and old age, his occupation being given as labourer. His wife had died a couple of years before and on her death certificate it gives her husbands former occupation as a soldier. There are a large number of Caffreys in Sunderland and the immediate surrounding area; my direct ancestor Robert, Patric's son had 10 children and they all appear to have had between 5 and 10 children each. I am wondering if any of the family returned to Ireland to visit at any stage? If anyone has any information it would help with a very large brick wall!!
red mail guy
i am looking for any information on a richard guy who married catherine sheehan approx 1867-1887
red mail 1841 or1842
does anybody have any information on a ellen murphy born between 1841 and 1842 in waterford who emergrated to the uk and had a child called catherine by a john shannon also born in ireland 1842.catherine was born between1862 and 1863 in merthyr tydfil south wales according to baptismal records at st mary roman catholic church merthyr tydfil catherine was baptised on nov 22nd 1862,can anyone help with this family history. thank you ann
red mail John Kelly
Trying to find information about John Kelly, possibly born Waterford around 1915 -1920. He had a brother Michael. John worked in Tallington, Lincolnshire in 1944 at Dowsett Engineering.
red mail Gill married Edwards
Hello. I am chasing any information available about Elizabeth Gill, born about 1848, daughter of James William Gill and Mary Jane Edwards. James and Mary married in County Waterford Ireland and then moved to the US. It is believed that Elizabeth and her siblings were born in the US. Many thanks. Di
red mail Looking for information on the Mansfield and Foley families
One piece of the puzzle that is missing in my genealogy research is the 1868 record of the marriage of my great-great grandparents. They came from Waterford. His name was Martin Mansfield and he was born on July 28, 1838. His parents' names were Thomas and Nellie (nee Foley). He married Ellen, but I have no information on her maiden name or parents' names. Her birth date was June 21, 1844. I believe they had 2 daughters born before they left Ireland: Ellen and Mary. They sailed to the Port of New York in 1884, 1885 or 1886. Birth certificates would also be of great importance to my research. Please reply if you can help me get these documents or obtain any additional information on my Mansfield ancestors. Thanks, Leonard Fox, Florida
red mail Requesting information on Farrell and Kiley
requesting information on Farrell family from Waterford and Kiley family from Tramore circa 1880 - 1900

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