Hi all. I have been trying for some time to find death records for 2 relatives/ancestors without success.
Their names are Mary Largey and her younger son John Largey.Surname may be recorded as Largy. Mary's maiden name was Magee(may be recorded as McGee).
They both appear on the 1901 census.
Neither appear on the 1911 census.
Mary's other child recorded on the 1901 census, Edward,is living with his maternal grandmother in the 1911 census.
Mary's mother Annie states that she has only 3 children still living and these are obviously the 3 grown up children still living with her
Mary's husband, James Largey, is recorded on the 1911 census as a widower(of Mary) and father of 2 children, 1 still living(Edward) and 1 has died(John)
I have been trying to find death records for Mary and John for some considerable time. I even travelled to Dublin and trawled through 10 years of BMD registers(1901-1911) without success.
Can anyone help?
Incidentally, for those interested in WW1 history, Edward Largey, my Grandfather,from inauspicious beginings, went on to serve his country with distinction, winning the DSM for valour and being mentioned in dispatches in the London Gazette. He took part in the now legendary raids on Zeebrugger and Ostend in 1918.