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Re: Feeney / Galway in 1800s
Posted by: Ron Date: January 24, 2001 at 13:20:03
In Reply to: Re: Feeney / Galway in 1800s by Bill of 862

Bill, the vast majority of Irish records don't have a middle name. There was only one birth of a Catherine F registered for Galway as far as I can see for 1864, but I can give you info for others born or baptised 1862, 63,65,66,67,68,& 70 & I haven't made a complete search as we have no way of identifying yours at this stage. Also maybe Delia F (sponsor on baptism is all you know about her?) was a sister in law (maybe Cath & her brother came out together?)

Can't you find a record of the marriage? Or something to show parents names (not on her Death Cert?) Census for Roxbury district in 1890 may help work out who Delia {Belelia) is? When you have a bit more info I'd be glad to search further if still seems Cath came from Co.Galway


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