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Ronald Heslop

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Heslop Report 2 Jul 2003 10:58

Looking for links to three other "Duggans": Christina Buckley(neeDuggan) living in Brighton during WWW2. Margaret Duggan may have married a Cronin in Ireland. Possibly had two sons involved in greyhound racing. Jack Duggan served in the British army in WW1 and later emigrated to Halifax,Nova Scotia. All three were born in Cork, Ireland. Any info. would be most welcome..


Colleen Report 16 Nov 2007 23:52

Our Duggans originated from Cork but your names do not ring a bell with ours


Heslop Report 24 Feb 2013 11:52

Thanks anyway


MarieCeleste Report 24 Feb 2013 12:01

Hello Heslop, what kept you! :-)

Since your post all that time ago there are probably more records available. If you care to give us some further info, particularly birth years (or an approximation) and parents names then we can see if there are any records.

Also, use the "Search Trees" facility under Search on the menu above to see if anyone else has these people in their trees. If you get any matches then you can contact the tree owners.


Potty Report 24 Feb 2013 12:08

Welcome back, Heslop!

Do you know Jack's wife's name? Ancestry have the WW1 record of a John Duggan, b1887, Cork, wife's name Mary Buckley. Could this be your Jack? Children: Annie, Jane & Mary Christine.


Reggie Report 24 Feb 2013 12:17

Irish 1901 and 1911 censuses are FREE on line

Check them out............


Heslop Report 2 Mar 2013 09:57

Thanks for the Updates, particularly the marriage of Jack -something to work on>>
Best Wishes Ron H