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Re: Irish and NY, NJ roots
Posted by: Steve Nunn Date: September 23, 2000 at 11:36:51
In Reply to: Re: Irish and NY, NJ roots by Patrick T. Plover of 40

Patrick

I am now back at home and looking at my data. I have the following:

Patrick Plover b. Castleduff, Co. Mayo, Ireland (source is word of mouth) married Bridgit Coleman

They had 3 children that I know of:
Mark Plover
Edward Plover
John J Plover b. 1865


These are the 3 brothers that my grandmother talked about. Edward is my g.g. grandfather.

Looking at the dates, I would suggest that your William Issac Plover was born in Co Mayo in 1837 could be a brother of my Patrick Plover.

Do you have any more info?
Did you make any connections with my tree when you went to the Plover reunion?

Regards

Steve



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