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County Waterford, Port Lairge, WAT, (Province of Munster, Mumhain)
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Thomas sullivan  Jun 2007 (113673)
Thomas was born in St John's in 1879. His father, John was a canal man. He had an older brother Patrick and 3 younger brothers, William, James and John. He enlisted in the army in 1899 with a "brother" James Sullivan (not his birth brother) and they served in Malta and India together before being discharged in 1911.
Green  Nov 2005 (66847)
looking for info on a John or Thomas Green - birthplace given as Waterford c 1827. Parents William and Mary Morrison. Migrated to Australia around 1830-1840. Apparently was called 'the red headed lord' so was possibly a remittance man
morrissey/harney/shanahan/tramore  Apr 2005 (52742)
Hi. I am seeking information on the above families. My grandfather was a thomas morrissey, married a mary harney about 1905/6,lived in crobally, tramore,waterford,the family shanahan are also from the same place.I would be very gateful for any help. Regards Tom
byans, lindsay  Oct 2004 (40451)
looking for mary byans born in waterford 1780 move to manchester and had a daughter margaret in 1827 margaret married william lindsay. on the 1871 census they were all living in cook st farnworth.is anyone searching any of these names no maiden name for mary or husbands name

 
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