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At 23:41 27/07/2003 -0600, Tammy wrote:
>On a long shot I am trying to address 10 letters to Ireland. I was able to
>get the address from the phone listings. I need a little help. I am not
>sure about some of these. Any one with input is welcomed and very much
>needed! I don't understand how to break them up, some I am not sure of the
>Counties, and what does the numbers after Dublin mean? What are my chances
>of writing them as is that they will make it there?
Hi Tammy. There are a couple of addresses there that look incomplete, but
I'll break them up for you below. Also, the number after Dublin is the
particular region of Dublin city they're in - there are no postcodes in
Ireland, just those numbers (1-24 or 25 I think) for Dublin. I don't think
my e-mails are getting through to the list, so I'm copying it to you in case.
>56 Clonkeen dr
>69 St Brendans ave
>Waterford <-- This could be either Waterford city or county,
>I'm not sure. Also there is a Butlerstown in Co. Cork, which is adjacent
>Apt 19 Granary Ct
>St Josephs Rd
>119 Orlynn pk
>7 The Laurels
>18 Shamrock villas
On a long shot I am trying to address 10 letters to Ireland. I was able to get the address from the phone listings. I need a little help. I am not sure about some of these. Any one with input is welcomed and very much needed! I don't understand how to break them up, some I am not sure of the Counties, and what does the numbers after Dublin mean? What are my chances of writing them as is that they will make it there?
Streedagh Grange Sligo
56 Clonkeen dr Dublin 18
69 St Brendans ave Dublin 5
Shangan Butlerstown Waterford
Apt 19 Granary Ct St Josephs Rd Mallow Cork
47 Abbeyfields Clonard Enfield Meath
119 Orlynn pk Lusk
7 The Laurels Dublin 14
18 Shamrock villas Drogheda
Belpatrick Smarmore Drogheda
Tammy in Canada
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Many thanks to Tina who provided the index references (at the bottom of this message) about a month ago.
I finally got to my LDS only to find that it is closed for a month - if anyone has access to any of the following films and maybe willing to lookup these references I would be very grateful.
If any of these belong to you - please contact in order that I can eliminate them from my search.
Thanks in advance
All references are for Joseph THOMPSON
Mar Qtr 1879 Thompson Joseph Strabane 2 366 film 256021
" " Mountmellick 3 550 film 256023
June Qtr '79 " Joseph Limerick 5 475 film 256031
sept Qtr '79 " Joseph Belfast 1 297 film
" " Downpatrick 1 518 film
Mar qtr 1880 " Joseph antrim 1 29 film 256044
" " Donegal 2 40 film
June qtr '80 " " Larne 1 646 film
" " Lisburn 1 700 film
Sept qtr "80 " Joseph Armagh 1 34 film 256057
" " Rathdown 2 900 film
Dec qtr '80 " " Dublin North 2 473 film 256065
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