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1881/1891/1901 census in Dublin, Ireland

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StephScouser Report 31 Mar 2005 10:15

Can anyone look up a McLaughlin family who may have taken a trip to Dublin on any of these census years. The father i think worked on the sea so he may not be there. Here are the people: They could be stated as relatives to a Margaret Healy/Heaby or she still may have her maiden name which could be Drumm or Lunny. She lived at 11 Lower Abbey St in Dublin. The relatives: Thomas McLaughlin, b.1857 in Liverpool, occupation could be a sea farer or mariner. He may not be there. His wife Mary McLaughlin b.1858 in Liverpool. They had 4 children all may not be there on every census here ae there names: Thomas, Michael, Joseph b.1892, Philip. I think that is in the right order it may not be though. There may also be another child but it died around 1887. There may be other relatives here are there names just incase: Patrick and Mary Drumm. Thanks from Stephanie. P.S they don't have to be there all at the same time!