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Success in Ireland after searching for 55 years
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|margaret||Report||11 Jan 2011 21:08|
Thanks, Genes, for helping me to find the place of birth, in Ireland, of the parents of my gran, a war widow, who lived with us.More Irish than the Irish, we used to sing Irish tunes, but she was unable to tell me the place of origin.As anyone researching the famine era in Ireland knows, many Church records are too late and in Mayo, the first surviving census was in 1901.