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Dominic Moran

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Jemma Report 28 May 2013 11:48

Looking for a Dominic Moran born Ireland,possibly had a son James born 1850 Dublin and a daughter Mary birth date and place unknown.Could have been in Manchester area in 1870's.Think James was widower in 1881 in Prescot.I am also trying to find out who James married.Any help would be welcome.Jem


Reggie Report 28 May 2013 12:59

How did you work back to these people?

You must have some firm info...................


Reggie Report 28 May 2013 13:03

1871 James

Person: MORAN, Dominick Address: Silk Street, St Peter, Manchester

MORAN, Dominick Head M 50 1821 Ireland VIEW
MORAN, Mary Wife F 37 1834 Ireland VIEW
MORAN, John Son M 7 1864 Lancashire VIEW
MORAN, Mary Daughter F 5 1866 Lancashire VIEW
MORAN, Ann Daughter F 2 1869 Lancashire VIEW


Reggie Report 28 May 2013 13:04

If James married in England, the record will be on freebmd................look for possible matches......then cross-refer deaths of females

Or...look on LancsBMD..........

Mike *

Mike * Report 28 May 2013 13:06

Duplicate thread


Reggie Report 28 May 2013 13:15

How infuriating.................especially as so much more is known than is indicated above


Jemma Report 28 May 2013 13:20

Sorry for some reason my thread posted twice,must have clicked more than once for somereason.How can I merge?


Reggie Report 28 May 2013 14:37

GR's behaving very oddly.............a considerable time delay with the double-clicking