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Re: Tullamore / Offaly
Posted by: Anthony McCan (ID *****4891) Date: March 23, 2007 at 10:00:22
In Reply to: Tullamore / Offaly by Gary Scully of 727

Admissions to Kings Inns 1723-1867 was published 1986 by the Irish manuscripts Commission, a most useful source which is available also on the internet. Maudlings is a townland in the civil parish of Naas. The only Scully shown in Naas in Slater's Directory 1846 is a William Scully a tailor in Main St. Thomas Mackey Scully does not appear in the 1846 Directory so perhaps he was working in London as he had also been called to the English bar. Whether William was a brother can only be discovered by going through the church records. There is a Genealogical Committee in the County Library in Newbridge who have been indexing all the records. Try typing that in and you may get an email address for them. They will charge of course.
Pigot's Directory 1824 and Slater's 1846 are on the internet free of charge if you want to check up on Naas.
Good luck !


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