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english soldiers son born in dundalk ireland
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|Marcie||Report||7 Feb 2005 15:09|
hi could any one point me the right direction for gaining a birth certificate, my grandfather was serving with 13th hussars in 1890 in dundalk ireland, his son was born there, but i do,nt seem to beable to find a certificate for him his name was david edwards and he was born in dundalk 1896-8, his fathers name was david astill edwards and his mother was agnes thompson any help would be appreciated marcie x