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County Kildare, Cill Dara, KID, (Province of Leinster, Laighin)
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red mail Ablitt Kildare
Tracing Beatrice Catherine Ablitt b. 1884. Married Co.Kildare 6.6.1906 - Vincent Freed.(born Kent 1870 and appears to have been a soldier all his life.) Moved to Dunoon Scotland approx 1907. Two sons John Vincent(Jack)no place of birth, and Ivor born Dunoon 1912. Desperate for information about Grandmother Trixie, her early life, marriage details and especially place of birth for Jack. Any hint or help would be appreciated.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2019
red mail FLOOD
Seeking information on James Flood(born c1811) and his wife Catherine Mauriey from Allen (Isle of Allen or Rathernan) Co. Kildare. Daughter Bridget born in Allen in May 1834 along with John(b 1836) and Thomas(b 1838).James Flood's parents were James Flood and May McCabe. Catherine Mauriey's parents were John Mauriey Senior and her mother was Elizabeth (Biddy). Any information would be greatly appreciate.
red mail Linehan
Anyone out there who has a Linehan - Mahon/McMahon marriage?
red mail Delaney, Esther
I am a descendent of Esther Delaney. Esther Delaney was transported to Australia. Departed Dublin 8-Jul-1850 Convict Ship Duke of Cornwall Arrived Tasmania 27-Oct-1850 at the age of 26, for stealing potatoes. Her mother was Mary, Sister Eliza and brothers John and Thomas. She married Edward Purdy aka Edwards in Hobart. Looking for details of descendants of her brothers and sisters and also her ancestors
red mail Delaney
I am searching for any relatives or info on John Delaney born abt June 1860. He left Kildare and joined the Welsh Div of Royal Artillery and was stationed in Pembrokeshire. He appears on the 1881 census at Hubberston Fort, Pembroke. He married Elizabeth Martha Francis in 1883 and his father is listed on the wedding cert as Danial Delaney, blacksmith. He was posted to Halifax, Nova Scotia where he drowned in Feb 1884 in a boating accident.
red mail BARRETT John
John BARRETT b. c 1814 Davidson Co. Kildare m. Margaret NOLAN from Co Wicklow and emigrated to Australia in 1863.
red mail James Clarke d.o.b 9th March approx 1936
Im looking for this man who may be able to help me with my family tree. the day of birth im sure of but the yr im not 100% of but it will be close. He may have a sister called Kathleen or similar. He also spent some time in Crewe Cheshire in the 1st half of the 1960's and possibly London though that isnt clear.Please help.
red mail james onions
james onions married mary ward..his 1st child thomas was born in naas.james was a mat maker but somehow he ended up in the boar war. he was wounded and returned to ireland and died shortly afterward.he had a daughter julia.thomas and julia lived for a time in killarney .thomas did settle in newfoundland and julia married an o'malley and went to USA.if anyone is researching this family please contact me..geraldine
red mail BUTLERS FROM IRELAND
I am told my PETER BUTLER was born about 1841 in County Kildare & married ANN HAND (born abt 1837)in abt 1864 in Dublin. Peter's father was also a PETER BUTLER a land steward but no know location. Ann's father was FRANCIS HAND details not known. The wifes of the fathers is unknown. Peter junior arrived in NSW in 1886 with his children. CAN YOU HELP PLEASE.
red mail william hession b. 1850
William Hession was born in 1850 in Kildare, Ireland and married Sarah Devine b. 1860. They emigrated to the US and I would appreciate any information. Thank you!

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