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Re: Ebenezer Inglis - My dead end
Posted by: Catherine Porter (ID *****3465) Date: November 26, 2008 at 00:47:24
In Reply to: Ebenezer Inglis - My dead end by Robert Inglis of 735

Hi Robert, Thank you for replying. However, My William Inglis was definitely born in 1809. I have discovered this week that his wife, Elizabeth was born in 1812. He died in Gormanston, Co. Dublin, Ireland and was a gardener in Gormanston Castle just before he died. Previously he was a shop-keeper, either in Beauly, Inverness or in Dublin. However, thank you for reply. His son, John was born in 1840 in Scotland, but married in Dublin. Not sure where his brother William was born but it was in the 1850s. The 2 brothers, John and William married 2 sisters, Catherine and Rosanna Rahilly. But thanks again.


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