Austin Stanley L. Can you share a bit more about what you are looking for, maybe a date of birth, locations, etc I have several James' in my line and branches and would make it easier to search. Also check my site In particular, I've traced back Mary McAlinden m. My gg grandparents married in Wanganui, New Zealand. Henry was born in Wellington Darren, forgot that this account is under my husband's Email address. You may contact me at kernsdona aol. Perhaps they may be able to help you. If you think the people you are seeking are in NZ, let me know. I have contacts there too.
Is anyone able to do a lookup for me?? I am looking for information on my great great grandparents: Jeanne Ralston married William Wright about in Rothesay - unsure. His mother was a landowner in Strabane, N. Ireland and William wa Frogmore NSW. Born in , lived in Darwin till mid s. Royal Australian Navy. Believe his father was from Scotland. Some Co. Leitrim Boyle entries I have at home. According to the census for Cumberland County Illinois, Eli was 44 at the time.
He was born in Ohio. Meaning of Lisomadaun " The Place of Fools ". They married in , and per marriage cert Anne was 27 which would have her born circa.
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Sacred heart Church in New Haven has records from Many of the names a common Leitrim Names. Legend has it that the man hiring for the Railroad was from Mohill. Unfortunately, it looks like things might get a little complicated The Girl from I. But, somehow, it's always in a completely unexpected way. About the Author MojoFiction is the admittedly strange pen name for a guy who actually lives closer to Wisconsin than Chicago these days, but he doesn't bring that up when he tells people he lives in Chicago.
She may have been a hard taskmistress for any tradesmen in the Celbridge area at the time. A story is told of how fragile glass chandeliers were made in a glassworks in Venice. Castletown was built as a statement of status by the elite of the day. Series no. An article on the highest village in Co. John Sullivan of Clongowes Wood. Our thanks as always to Liam.
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The original table compiled by Bridget contains more information but for the purposes of this website three columns were included. Mon - Monument Number - the third and fourth number actually list the OS 6 inch sheet map number hence KD menas Kildare sheet 35 of the 6 inch series.
The RMP does not list every graveyard and this is particularly obvious in terms of towns which are categorised as a single site or zone with no obvious breakdown or classification of sites and monuments within that zone so graveyards within towns or villages will not be highlighted. Townlands G-N. Boylan, Julia Murphy , d.
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A list of grave-stone transcriptions from Eadestown Cemetery by Anna Ryan which are also listed at interment. A list of grave-stone transcriptions at Bodenstown Churchyard by Anna Ryan which are listed also at interment. A table indicating the ongoing computerisation of Co. A partial list of grave-stone transcriptions of Kilshanroe Cemetery by Anna Ryan who has contributed transcriptions to the internment.
Records of those who were laid to rest in. Kildare Online Electronic History Journal An Electronic Journal for the publication of material relating to the history, archaeology and heritage of Co. Buying a new phone for christmas. Please don't dump your old phones. We have a collection box in Kildare Town Heritage Centre.
All money rasied from recycling your old mobile phone will go towards promoting the heritage of Kildare Town, including the walking tours planned for the summer of Why not come to. For more information contact Mary Stones on Mary Stones, Manager of Kildare Town Heritage Centre, announces a new recycling plan to help promote the heritage of Kildare Town and details of the upcoming Christmas craft fair. Margaret Walsh. Invitations will go out to interested groups and individuals to participate in the organizing and carrying through of the archaeologically focused festival with the aims of getting publicity for the finds over many years in the south county area.
The Launch on November 4 th at the Athy Heritage Centre-Museum in Athy will give a taste of what is to come with displays of objects, both photographic and real, of ancient artifacts with archaeologist in attendance to guide that attending public interest. As a backdrop re-enactors in period costume will display weapons and armour, and provide an interactive experience with calligraphy and coin striking.
We hope to provide a spectial of weapons in use as warriors square off nearby. All are welcome and admission is free. So for a fun afternoon join us at the Athy heritage Centre-Museum in Athy on Sunday 4 th November next between 12noon and 4 p. The weekend was opened by journalist Kevin Myers whose lecture on Ireland and a multi-cultural society generated a lively debate among the very large attendance on the Friday night. The weekend provided, as ever, a wide variety of events to interest all tastes.
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The Antarctic recreation group drew a steady stream of interested passers-by to their tent outside the Heritage Centre, where reproduction clothing, utensils, a sledge and equipment from the Shackleton expeditions were on show. Sunday saw a morning of lectures and a film in the afternoon. On Sunday night the main library was packed for the performance of the Armagh Rhymers who, with their masks, poetry and music, brought the works of Patrick Kavanagh and other Irish writers to life.
The weekend concluded with a bus and walking tour of Ballitore on Monday morning where, again, a full complement of people visited the Quaker Meeting House, Mary Leadbeater house, Quaker school site and the Shaker store. Well-connected families.
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Kildare-based families dominated the irish political scene for four decades in the 18th century. For four decades in the 18 th century, Kildare placed itself at the heart of Irish politics. The most powerful politicians in the country lived within a few miles of each other in North Kildare — giving the county a prominence not known since the heydays of the Fitzgeralds. They came to prominence because of the undertaker system, a peculiar by-product of the Williamite wars.
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Undertakers were local power brokers, those Irish protestants who offered their services to the king to sort out troublesome legislation. In return undertakers expected to be consulted regarding policy and to receive a substantial share in the patronage the colonial administration had at its disposal. It meant big political and church jobs for sons, brothers, cousins and supporters. The system was dominated by three families in its heyday, and two of them were from Kildare.
When the first of the great undertakers, William Conolly from Castletown died in , he was succeeded in his role of undertaker by his nephew, Ralph Gore, a horse racing enthusiast. Brabazon Ponsonby , had landed himself the role of revenue commissioner under the Duke of Devonshire, lord lieutenant In the compromise which resulted, John Ponsonby became speaker and the leading undertaker.