Hi Lindel, thanks so much, have just had a look and the information
is awesome. I have to congratulate you on a wonderful site.
MaureenAt 08:11 AM 12/03/2006, you wrote:
Hi Maureen! I have a large section on my website for Gweedore at
- it has the 1901 census for those places as well as births and
marriages. There's headstone inscriptions from two cemeteries and
also some very good ddocuments relating to the Distress in Gweedore
and Cloughaneely in the mid 1850s. Alot of these were submitted to
me by Margaret (as part of a Thesis for the University College,
Dublin) and Tim (the Distress)..............I think you'll find alot
of info there to help you. There's more info on the whole parish at
- that section also has a list of researchers.
If you do find entries for your family there and would like to be
added as a researcher and/or linked to the records, let me know.
All the best, Lindel
Maureen Doyle wrote:
>Hi everyone, my McCole/McCoal, Duffy and Boyle line were living in
>Ardanappary and Dore areas in the 1850-1901 time frame, does
>anybody know what the LDS reel number for these areas are? In
>their shipping papers they have listed themselves variously as
>coming from Gweedore, Derrybeg, Dore, Middletown and Bunbeg are all
>these places situated very close to each other? Would they all be
>on the same LDS reel. I also believe it is a possibility that our
>Hugh McCole was born in Inishtown. Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
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