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red mail Carlingford Lough Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am still hoping to get some information on a purported historical event which took place on Carlingford Lough roughly between 1798 and 1805. A French fleet was supposedly covered in mist on the Lough and when it cleared they were surrounded by a British fleet. My husband's ancestor was supposedly captured and later settled and married in the Dundalk area. I would be most grateful if anyone could pinpoint this event if it actually took place and give any further details as I have been trying for a very long time to establish the historical facts or not of this story. Many thanks. Catherine
red mail Blanchfield family Dundalk and area Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
Still looking for any information on above family. George Blanchfield married Mary Duffy in 1915 and am trying to find out about their families. Particularly want information on a Frenchman who was captured between 1798-1805? at Carlingford Lough? He is reputed to be an ancestor of George Blanchfield. Does anyone know anything about this historical event when the French fleet was supposedly surrounded at Carlingford Lough?
red mail Rice Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
Looking for the family of Michael Rice b. 29 Sept 1830 in County Louth. Do not know the village or parish. Father's name is Patrick. He emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts in the late 1840's during the Famine. Married a Mary Kelley, also Irish (county unknown) in 1851 in Boston. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War and was killed in action 21 July 1861 at First Manassas (Bull Run), Virginia. Had 4 daughters and one son. Husband is direct descendant of daughter Rosanna Rice.
red mail Mathews Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
can you help me with info about the MATHEWS name, my father first names Seamus Vincent he had a sister called Mary who worked in the USA till the 70s when she came to the UK he all so had two brothers. one who worked in the USA some think to do with the Wood workers union , and one who worked on the first motorway in the uk the M1 sorry no first names. your vince
peter rice Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am looking for info on my gt gt gt grandad,Peter Rice,who i believe came from Dundalk. He was born(i think)c1813. I am descended from his daughter,Catherine Rice,who was born c 1837,and married Denis Mahon(Mahan)in 1861,in Ashton-in-Makerfield.,Lancashire.She died a few days after giving birth to their 4th child in Mar.1868. I am trying to find out who Peter was married to,also any siblings of Catherine. In the 1861 UK census,I found a Catherine Rice,(b.c1837)in lodgings in Louth,Lincolnshire....also at the lodging house was a Bridget Rice,(b.c 1834)....could they be sisters? In the 1861 UK census,the year he married Catherine,Denis Mahon was lodging in a house with a Michael Rice(b.c1839)...could this be Catherines' brother? Need to establish a connection between the 3 of them and Peter Rice. It would make a lot of sense for them all to go to England....there was the Great Famine in Ireland,1845-1852,and there was mass starvation,disease and emigration. Does anyone recognize these names? I now live 16mls from Dundalk,so if anybody knows where it is possible for me to look through the Births,Marriage and Death records,and copy relevant names out. I would appreciate any help. Thankyou., Elaine
red mail Mary McArdle/ Laurence Dunne Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am trying to trace my great grandmother Mary (or Mary Anne) McArdle, who married Laurence Dunne 8 May 1873, in Dundalk, Louth. Laurence died age 34 in 1880 - Mary died Dundalk 20 March 1921. They lived 12 Barrack Street, Dundalk. Thank you.
red mail Hughes Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am looking for information on Owen Hughes born 1806-1809, who was convicted in county Louth and transported to Australia in 1830, he had a brother living in the area at the time, would be grateful for any information re parents, family
red mail Tempest Henning family Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am a descendant of the Tempest family from Dundalk. Part of the family went to Argentina and I am trying to trace my ancestors.
red mail Do you recognise these names? Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
Looking for family members who might have information which relates to the following. Mat/t/hews family 72 castletown road dundalk. William mathews. head of household. Rose Mathews wife. Bernard Mathews son. Mary Cathleen Mathews daughter. Bridget Brady. Boarder. Jack Brady boarder.Arthur O'Hare nephew. Annie O'Hare niece. This information I managed to get from the 1911 census. Do any of these names ring a bell with you? many thank's.
red mail Copas Dundalk, Dun Dealgan, and Parish
I am looking for information on the Copas family living in Dundalk on St Nicholas Avenue. There were 5 sisters and a brother Gerry who dies when a little boy. My mother Frances was a singer with the dance band the Shadows in the 50's

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