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I'm searching for any information on a John Patrick Carey, on many of the census it suggests born in Ireland but on one it suggests born on a ship from India 1793. Just before he went blind he was a tailor.
I am making a relatives tree and also have gotten way back to Robert Chapman, father George Chapman but there is no other facts on George or his spouse just that his son was Robert.
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I'm looking into the Demise of my grandmother Catherine Callender whose human body was located in the River Yore Oct 24th 1939 If anyonehas any details I could well be really intersted
I’m trying to find the church documents and mother and father of Robert Cleasby born in aprox. 1813 in Reeth or Arkengarthdale. Based on his relationship certification of 1839, his father was Anthony Cleasby.
I'm a great grandson of Patrick Cairns and Esther Gilmartin and could be pretty keen on creating contact with any in their kinfolk. I've lately been researching my family members tree and Even though I've Quite a bit of information concerning Patrick and Esther’s household, I might like in order to incorporate to it. Does any person have info concerning Patrick or Esther’s dad and mom?
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I'm trying to establish some one-way links in my quest to trace the ancestors/brothers and sisters of Clifford Craven originally in the Bradford-Leeds space (who moved to Wisbech, Cambs within the 1920’s) and his father, George Craven, coachman also of Bradford-Leeds location.