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|Patricia||Report||23 Apr 2008 19:16|
I know my great grandmother came over to wales with the potato famine. I can fnd her on the UK census but she married. I want to find her when she was single in Ireland 1841 about. Her name was Jane Keane. she would have been about 1 and her mothers name was Elizabeth. Can any one help? where do I go from here???????????