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|Cathy||Report||16 Mar 2012 05:43|
Thomas Carney was my grandfathers nephew Im not sure of his fathers name or where he was born but he was brought up at my grandfathers house in Ireland and was there for the 1901 census he was then 10 years old in 1911 census he was working for a local farmer, He may have gone to England or America there was a portrait photo of him at one of my relatives house. He had a sister named Maryanne who was older .Hope some one can help.