The weather was so good the lambs were let out on the grass. They follow Georgina like
dogs because she is usually the one who bottle feeds them and they recognise her.
Just about three hours ago I had a phone call asking if I would attend a recording of
"Oral Memories" at St John's C of I Church tomorrow.
The subject I'm asked to speak about is a chair that the Rev William Richey Baily made
and gave to my Grandfather Crozier. He also made one for the Church.
After its twin was lost in the Church Fire in the 1970s my mother presented the chair to
the Church in memory of the Rev W R Bailey. It was he who photographed Mrs Mary Thompson
with the two daughters of the Earl of Enniskillen, so I've printed that photograph to
show and tell. Someone might supply her maiden name as a result of that publicity.
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> On 23 Apr 2019, at 23:57, Anne Sterling <m.anne.sterling(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> So right! Those maiden names are my challenge. Happy to hear you had such
> fun at the family dinner. Imagine feeding lambs on your lawn! Love seeing
> the little lambs in Ireland in April. Must go have some chocolate. Snow
> finally gone in Ottawa, but people beside rivers are preparing for more
> Anne in Ottawa, Canada
>> On Sun, Apr 7, 2019, 6:55 AM Viola Wiggins, <vmaw3434(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes she was a married according to her death notice in the Dublin Evening
>> Mail of 21st March 1865, which states she died 18th March 1865, one month
>> before her 110th Birthday.
>> The famous Photograph is reputed to have been taken by Rev Bailey, the
>> Church of Ireland Minister in Killesher at that time. His grave is beside
>> the Cole/Earls of Enniskillen enclosed burial plot in St John's Graveyard,
>> A chair made by him for my Grandfather Crozier, is in the Church. It was
>> presented by my Mother to replace it's twin which was lost in the fire at
>> the Church in the 1970s.
>> Now the question is
>> Whom did Mary marry and when? Where? Also what was her maiden name?
>> The chase goes on.
>> Sent from my iPad
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