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Sheelah Dolphin from Ireland - early 1900s
Posted by: Charles Buchner (ID *****9874) Date: December 26, 2003 at 23:00:46
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I'm looking for information on this Dolphin family.

Several years ago I came across some photos of a young girl named Sheelah Dolphin who I think was born ca 1900 and who's mothers maiden name could be Plymouth. The photos were taken in the early 1900s. There is a photo taken about 1910 of Sheelah and a boy named Alec who could be her brother. They are standing next to the Turoe Stone. I think Sheelah could of been from Ireland around Galway City because she said her mother kept two horses in a stable that can be seen in the background of one of the Turoe Stone photos. Sheelah also attended a Convent girl school about 1919 at "St. Leonards on Sea" in the UK.

Charlie Buchner

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