I had the same problem but it was because the maps had a new spelling.
Corkill was the townland but it was found as CorkHill. Spelling was not
something that had rules in those days and sometimes it even happens with
the ancestors. Some of the records that are with the FHC are also
incorrect, but there is nothing that you can do to correct them. Like my
greatgrandfather was shown as Eugene when he married Catherine McCusker but
he signed the register as Owen. He went through life as Owen and he died
as an Owen, but if you look for him when he got married the LDS will show
him as a Eugene. So, it is not an "incorrect" spelling, but a way it was
spelled before we got rules.
From: Marie Van Laeys <njtransplant(a)cox.net>
Date: 5/25/2007 9:08:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IRL-CO-DONEGAL] Cemeteries
I tried mapquest to find your town but nothing comes up...maybe you have
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michelle" <bearden6(a)windstream.net>
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 7:38 AM
Subject: [IRL-CO-DONEGAL] Cemeteries
> Has anyone any listings of people buried in cemeteries in the
> area? I am looking for death dates & name of cemetery for Thomas Kerr
> wife Susan (McGrorty) Kerr as well as their son Brian Kerr(born
> I know that Thomas & Susan were still living in 1872. I am hoping to
> dates of death so I can order death certificates.
> I will pay for the cost of pictures & postage if someone could get good
> pictures of the gravestones, a picture of the cemetery sign and the
> and mail them to me.
> Thank you,
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