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Carrigdownane, and Parish County Cork
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Sanuel Ernest WATKINS (RIC) Kildorrery, Cill Dairbhre, and Parish
Samuel Ernest WATKINS (1891-1920) was in the Royal Irish Constabulary. He was killed in the Scart area on 7th August 1920. it is a mystery why he was buried in Mangotsfield (Gloucestershire). I am not related - just doing some research.
red mail Castletownroche Gillespie Rourke family Castletownroche, Baile Chaisleain an Roistigh, and Parish
Researching the Gilespie family from Castletownroche who lived there mid 1800s and the Rourke family who they married into. Would love to hear from anyone doing the same and to swap information etc
red mail Cornelius O'Callaghan b Abt 1823 Glanworth Nr Mallow Ire Married Elizabeth Down, Templemichael, Waterford 1847. Glanworth, Gleannuir, and Parish
Please can anyone help. Looking for family of Cornelius O'Callaghan b abt 1823 in Glanworth, Nr Mallow, Co Cork, Ireland. Cornelius Married Elizabeth Down in Templemichael, Waterford in 1847. Cornelius enlisted in the Army 1846. Family returned to Mallow area in 1870 with 4 children.
red mail Glanworth Cotter Glanworth, Gleannuir, and Parish
My g-grandfather was William Cotter, born in 1849 in Brosna, Co Kerry. He married Catherine Prendergast, a school teacher and went on to become headmaster in the National School in Glanworth Co Cork. Their children were born in Glanworth. The first child James Prendergast Cotter was born in 1880 and they went on to have John 1881, William 1883, Mary 1884, Nicholas Joseph (my grandfather)in 1885, Brigid 1886 and Jeremiah 1890. Nicholas Joseph Cotter moved to Cork City where he married Anne Quaid on 28 Oct 1919. Even as an old man when my grandfather returned to Glanworth to visit, he was still referred to as "The Master's Son".

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