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November 13th 2023
08:27:25 AM
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David Kennard

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Research

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West Sussex, UK

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Hi Eddie
I refer to Roll of Honour (Soldiers died in the Great war) - Royal Irish Rifles - 1st Battalion. Under Service # 7470 you have the name of “Faul Francis Blake”. His actual name was Paul Francis Blake.
Thank you so much for a truly brilliant website.
Regards ~ David

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September 29th 2023
08:38:33 AM
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Ann

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researching

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Meath

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Hi, just on the listing re the dead from WW1 James Lane aka fought under the name James clarke his war papers that were released to Fold3 show that he didnt die in field at compact but was taken to a POW camp in Germany and died in Jan 1919. He was my fathers step uncle and was married to my dads Aunt, Elizabeth Russell.

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October 17th 2022
11:46:28 AM
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Jennifer McKillop

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Google Search US

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Tucker, GA (a suburb about 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta, GA) USA

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Hi Eddie - thank you so much for curating such significant data. I know how much time and attention it takes to ensure correct information. I am sure we all appreciate your efforts very much.

Recently, I found a 1910 birth record for my second cousin\'s husband. The document says, \"Parish/District Urban 3\" Belfast, County Antrim...\" The family\'s street address is 63 Ambleside Street. Possibly you would want to add this street name to your list.

If you want a copy of the source material, send me an email, and I will be happy to send it to you.

Thanks again for your hard work on this site.

Best,

Jen McKillop

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September 20th 2022
01:33:14 AM
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Claire O’Neill

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Google

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Kent originally Belfast

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I can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed pouring over the exerts.Such a fascinating glimpse into life in the 1800’s. I’m obsessed! Thank you for your hard work

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August 4th 2022
09:23:06 PM
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Peter Strauss

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County Down io

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Melbourne, Australia

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I am looking for the origin of my convict G.G.G.Grandmother, Sarah Lynchey, noted on the court documents and subsequent convict records as born in County Down. Age given on various documents point to birth C1785. All records that refer to her conjugal state as “widow”.
I am also seeking information on her husband, possibly Michael Lynchey, there is one indication of a birth year being C 1775. He may have been born in County Down?
Been looking for over twenty years

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August 4th 2022
10:37:12 AM
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Geraldine Webb

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Ireland XO

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Co. Meath Ireland.

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Trying to find my 4xtimes g.grandfather William Webb ,Killeen,Dunsany,Meath. Died 1823. Roman Catholic convert. Looking for his origins and also his two wives. Also searching for two great-uncles George and James Webb,Killeen,Meath. Born 1859 and 1863. (respectively) One or both may have emigrated to U.S.

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June 26th 2022
01:36:41 PM
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Barbara

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United States

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My great great grandfather may have been baptized at the Derryvalley Congregation, Presbyterian Church in 11 Sep 1846, James Gilliland. Father William Gilliland Mother Agnes Breakey. Any information in obtaining church records would be greatly appreciated.

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November 17th 2021
02:56:18 AM
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Andy Coulthard

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Wales

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Great collection of research. I am looking for family links to Kilwaughter and Islandmagee. I am related to the McMurtry and Greenlees families. My great-great-grandfather was a James McMurtry born about 1852 who enlisted in the Royal Navy at 14 (lied about his age) around 1866. His parents Sam McMurtry and ?? Greenlees were married in the 1840\'s and moved to Illinois where James was born. His father died in an accident not long after he was born and his mother died a couple of years later after returning with him to the Larne area.

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October 29th 2021
04:03:50 AM
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Ella Patterson

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Northern Ireland

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Re entry for my grandfather, Rifleman 778 John Grant. Everywhere he is listed as being born in Mullinabane, County Down. This information is incorrect. He was born 10 Nov 1888 in Cashel, Mullaghbawn, County Armagh, the son of Patrick Grant and Bridget Haughian. He came to County Down afer being hired out at a hiring fair in Newry to a Dromara, County Down family

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August 23rd 2021
11:57:41 AM
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Sally-Ann Duffy

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google search for Royal Inniskillings Fusiliers

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Residing in Co Cavan Ireland

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Hi

I am researching the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and I want to find out how many soldiers specifically from Co Fermanagh served during WW1. Are you able to pull that data and a list of names from your information? I am hoping that is possible or will it be a case of me looking through each battalion and creating my own list? Thanks so much. I am researching for a possible arts project Regards

Sally-Ann

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