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any information on james flanagan, Ireland 1841-47
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|Brenda||Report||25 Mar 2004 00:02|
I'm looking for my Irish roots, my great grand father was James Flanagan, born in Ireland aprox early 1840 to mid 40s came to England, married Mary Ellen Jane Paxton, my grandmother Mary Ellen Flanagan, was born 1887, in Harpuhey, Manchester. she then married my grandfather George Allen May 2nd 1908. and had five children, my father Ernest Allen being the youngest born 1924. James Flanagan died 1906-08, and is buried in Philips park cemertry m/c