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Trying to find ancestor
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|Michael||Report||10 Nov 2002 22:13|
I am searching for information on Amelia ROYLE nee KELLY (And possibly nee McQuirk). When she married Henry ROYLE, Seaman, in 1904 in Ardwick in Manchester in a Catholic ceremony she gave her age as 22 and her father as James KELLY, BRICKLAYER'S LABOURER. I believe they came from Galway, Ireland and as I can't find her on the English 1901 census I presume she came over between 1901 and 1904. Henry ROYLE died in 1909 and Amelia was living in Pilling St. off Rochdale rd, Manchester from 1925 to at least the late 1930s. Any information would be fully appreciated. Many thanks Mike royle firstname.lastname@example.org