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Re: Dalbys in Ireland
Posted by: mark dalby (ID *****9907) Date: October 19, 2002 at 11:20:02
In Reply to: Re: Dalbys in Ireland by Bea~~~~~ of 472

Dear Beatrice,

Thanks for your message. I don't think I can help you at the moment because all my own information relates to Dalby as a surname and not as a second Christian name.

All the same, I am intrigued because, although I can't locate Killermine, I see that Ballinasloe is a market town on the borders of Counties Roscommon and Galway - and my own Dalbys came from Co Roscommon (parishes of Kiltullagh and Kilkeevan; modern towns of Ballinlough and Castlerea). There could well be a link somewhere - but where? There are two different accounts of the origin of my own family, but neither refers to Huguenots and my own family was RC.

I wonder if you would like to contact me direct, and we might be able to explore things further. My e-mail address is

All good wishes,


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