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Yesterday, I updated the Irish books section of my website by adding
more books in the following categories: Parish History books, Local
History books, Genealogy books and Irish History books. Also, I have
added some Volunteer Lookups to books already listed thanks to the many
who write me to offer the volunteer lookups. This is an interactive
website where you can submit books that are not listed and on a monthly
basis, I update the site with the new submissions.
You can access this webpages by going to the URL below my name. On my
homepage, at the top, under Ireland, click on Ireland Books. This will
take you to the Ireland Books Discussion Mailing List website, at the
bottom of the page, you will find links to the Parish History Books By
Counties and to the Ireland Book List, these are two separate sections
of the website. If you have any questions and/or comments about the
site, please contact me off list.
Pat Connors, Sacramento CA
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I know I am late in doing this up to my eyes at work and doing wedding cakes
, also that many of you have probably seen my brick wall before but if you
can be patient as you always are I will note my interests once more:-
Charles Boyle married to Helen Gallocher/Gallacher
Children Ann c1831, Mary c1836 and James 1841
Charles' sister Margaret Boyle also married a Gallocher/Gallacher, first
name not known as he is not with her in the 1851 Census. Her son Charles c
1818, wife Mary c 1821 and children Catherine c 1844 and Mary c1849 (she is
the only one born in Scotland - Blantyre).
They came from Donegal possibly the Glenties area yet to be confirmed.
Thanks for taking the time to read this again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "ConnorsGenealogy" <nymets11(a)pacbell.net>
Listed below are Surnames with a spouse Brogan, only 45 listings, that is
all I have.
The combinations are for the UK and Ireland, this is a very small extraction
and is no way the complete listing for the UK or Ireland.
Hope it helps someone.
For additional details visit the site at:
The only data available is listed at the above URL, if you need additional
information (if available) visit your local FHC and view the data on the
in-house computers or order in the films listed under FHL Film.
Annam O HARA
BROGAN Lawrence Henry
Catherina MC MANUS
INGHAM James Henry
MC NAMARA Ebenezer
Sarah Jane BROGEN
Does anyone know the film number or wherabouts of a document listing the 1821 Census of Townlands in Donegal. I recently saw on Donegalaire a posting for Taughboyne and All Saints and would like to view a copy of it. It evidently gives the townland, number of acres and number of occupants.
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