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Re: PIM - Quakers in Ireland
Posted by: Joyce Grisham Date: January 26, 2001 at 19:25:21
In Reply to: PIM - Quakers in Ireland by Patricia Kostelnik of 87

Hi Patricia:
Thanks for sharing. I will check tomorrow and see if the Family History Library (FHL) in SLC has that book. They did have one that
might also interest you. This book is titled JONES INDEX TO QUAKER BIRTHS 941.5 K22jq. It contains a list of the monthly meetings in Ireland, with their corresponding film number at the FHL. Then you can search for you ancestor alphabetically and the chart tells you what films contain information on that ancestor.
I found Pims in this MM: Carlow, Cork, Dublin, Edenderry, Grange, Lisburn, Lurgan, Moate, M'mellick, Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow, Youghall. The films were copies of the births, marriages and deaths from these meetings. I was also able to find out more about the families who had married into the Pims in the early days:
Neals, Cantrells, Pleadwells, Rapers. Please
contact me at kimural@juno.com
thanks,
Susan Kimura


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