This note appeared on another list recently. I haven't tried it myself,
so don't know what is there.
I don't recall seeing mention on the list of this searchable database
of church records (baptisms, marriages, burials) for various churches
There is more information on the coverage in the downloadable pdfs
Clive Hayhoe wrote:
Can anyone offer advice as to how I can research the possibility of Notts males being
involved in military service in Ireland circa 1800?
I note that the Union of Ireland legisation was passed by the British Parliment in 1800
(Irish Parliment abolished at that time) and I am wondering if there was any
Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire military involvement during this period..??
My Notts ancestor Samuel Bostock (bn abt 1776) had a child born in Dublin in about 1803
to his wife Alice (born Ireland abt 1782) and thus I surmise that he may have married
Alice in Ireland circa 1800-02 and feel that if so then he may have been in Ireland at
that time due to a military connection..??
The dates reagrding Samuel and Alice come from the Nottm 1841-51 census.
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