I am resending this in case it got lost in the re-Christmas mail.
From: Joan Rooney
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2015 6:21 PM
Subject: Lookup requested in the 1871 census for WHITES from Wicklow living
A while ago some of you kindly helped me find my White /Whyte family on
Now, I am hoping to learn if any siblings of my Ann White who was a servant
in Liverpool in the 1860s may also have come to Liverpool. Ann White married
in Liverpool on Oct 7, 1869. It seems that her father James Whyte, a school
teacher remained in Crecin, Wicklow. I will list below the siblings of Ann
WHITE(born May 7, 1843) with their baptismal dates in Ballyconnell, Wicklow.
If someone could find one, or some of them in Liverpool, possibly Everton,
in the 1870s I would appreciate it very much.
The three eldest would be the most likely ones to have come to Liverpool, I
All were born to James WHYTE and Ann LENNON in Ballyconnell, Clonmore,
1. John White, - Aug 28, 1839
2. Bidy, or Bridget White - May 12,1841
3. James White - June 22, 1845
4. Maria White - Feb. 6, 1848
5. Patrick White - Mar 10, 1850
Thanks for any help,