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  1. Are you saying this from a position of certainty...

    Are you saying this from a position of certainty OC or just hazarding a guess?

    From looking at other pages, I think it is an abbreviation for the direction they are taking from street to street as...
  2. I think it is 2st and from looking at entries on...

    I think it is 2st and from looking at entries on previous pages where he refers to 2st houses I am guessing that it might be an abbreviation for 2 storey.

    Christine
  3. An unexpected New Year gift from irishgenealogy.ie

    YAY! Fantastic news if you have Irish ancestors - below is from Claire Santry's invaluable blog - see https://www.irishgenealogynews.com/p/welcome.html
    I'm just about to dive in for the evening....
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    I think this may be William in 1911? Age is...

    I think this may be William in 1911? Age is transcribed as 76 but if you look at the original image I'm not sure what the age is! Other than that, other things fit - he is married (although I can't...
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    Timeline for William Spratt: First marriage 20...

    Timeline for William Spratt:
    First marriage 20 March 1906 to Isabella Keys
    https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/marriage_returns/marriages_1906/10114/5680123.pdf

    Birth of...
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    Yes - it's brilliant - you don't need to...

    Yes - it's brilliant - you don't need to register, just prove you're not a robot. You're also supposed to state your name but I'm so lazy I just type in some random initials!

    Christine
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    Given the lack of a father's name on the two...

    Given the lack of a father's name on the two marriage certs, I am assuming he was illegitimate? In which case, this one looks like him. Mother's name is Eliza Sprat (sic) and the birth took place in...
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    Oh, sorry, didn't realise - that's a pity! In...

    Oh, sorry, didn't realise - that's a pity! In that case, as I already have transcriptions of the censuses, anything you can manage to find/transcribe for the 2 Hill births and the 3 Hoey/Inglis...
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    Hello Bearger, Thanks for your very kind...

    Hello Bearger,

    Thanks for your very kind offer. I would be grateful if you could save images of the following for me, if time permits. If this is possible, I'll PM you my email address.
    I'll...
  10. How sure are you that the 1850 man is yours? The...

    How sure are you that the 1850 man is yours? The only 1850 I could find in Drew County is for a James C Glenon (sic) aged 34, physician, but born in Florida, not Ireland. He is with wife Mariah A,...
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    Kat, I thought that too initially - but then...

    Kat,
    I thought that too initially - but then found a transcription on FMP which gives the same 1860 date of marriage as Trevor gives above (no father's name recorded) but then found the marriage...
  12. It's all gone very quiet on that front. Hard to...

    It's all gone very quiet on that front. Hard to be patient!

    Christine
  13. Exciting Irish genealogy news - if you can wait till 2022!

    From Claire Santry's blog:
    https://www.irishgenealogynews.com/2019/12/beyond-2022-ireland-uses-technology-of.html

    Sounds interesting!
    Christine
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    No, unfortunately they didn't. Christine

    No, unfortunately they didn't.

    Christine
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    Record Office: Hi Elwyn I wonder if you can help with pinning...

    Hi Elwyn
    I wonder if you can help with pinning down the place name in bold below - I've mentioned it in post 10 of a thread I started called Moses Barnett Hoey in the main family research forum:
    ...
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    Tessie, You can view the 1921 Canada census for...

    Tessie,
    You can view the 1921 Canada census for free via the LAC website. Here he is:...
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    Thanks for the suggestion - hadn't thought of...

    Thanks for the suggestion - hadn't thought of doing that but have found an item in the catalogue for Belfast Model School covering the years 1860-1870 - no indication of what it covers - but will add...
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    Yes, those dates are correct - I have death certs...

    Yes, those dates are correct - I have death certs for both. The informant for William was his daughter Margaret Hoey Hill, whilst the informant for Jane was a son, Thomas Guard Hoey. I also have...
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    Thanks Linda, I didn't think it would be him -...

    Thanks Linda,
    I didn't think it would be him - surname too far removed from Hoey to be likely, given that he would have been literate - but you can see I'm willing to grasp at any straw in order to...
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    No I don't think so. I don't have an ancestry sub...

    No I don't think so. I don't have an ancestry sub but do have FMP currently so could you give me some pointers as to where in the US you found him so I can investigate?
    Thanks
    Christine
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    I have come across a couple of Barnett names in...

    I have come across a couple of Barnett names in Clogher - a few Aarons and Moseses - which have made me wonder about possible Jewish ancestry. I haven't established any connection to any Aarons but...
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    Thanks for looking Val, but that death is for...

    Thanks for looking Val, but that death is for
    Name: Age at Death (in years):
    HOEY, MARY BROCK 41
    GRO Reference: 1901 M Quarter in ISLINGTON Volume 01B Page 264

    I've managed to track...
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    Moses Barnett Hoey

    I have been searching fruitlessly for years now for further info on my 2g uncle - Moses Barnett Hoey, born 4 Mar 1855 Strabane, Co Tyrone and baptised there 29 April 1855. Parents were William Hoey...
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    Looks like Norman and second wife were in...

    Looks like Norman and second wife were in Seattle, Washington, USA in the 1930 and 1940 censuses - 1930 with 2 daughters (inc death informant daughter) and 1 son and then with a further son in 1940....
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    He died in 1972 - looks like he married again to...

    He died in 1972 - looks like he married again to a Sarah Ann Machin and had a daughter - whether by Agnes or Sarah?? - who acted as informant:...
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