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Martha Johnson/Johnstone - emigrated to AUS "alone and friendless"

22-Feb-24 08:02
Wicklow 6 Personally I wouldn’t bother
by Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘ 22-Feb-24 17:01

Evans family home

10-Jan-24 19:58
Delgany (Wicklow), Wicklow 6 This video might be of interes
by Andrusha IRELAND XO Volunteer 15-Jan-24 7:57

Marlborough Terrace, Arklow or Bray, Co Wicklow?

16-Dec-23 01:18
Rathdrum (Wicklow), Wicklow 5 Thank you, Margot.  It wo
by BarbZ 18-Dec-23 6:00

Chapman's of Newtown Mount Kennedy

19-Oct-23 08:31
Wicklow 6 Posting a few more links I com
by Andrusha IRELAND XO Volunteer 10-Dec-23 19:28

Nicholas Hopkins c1783 and Barbara Foster (Forster?) c1777 of Ballyredmond

23-Sep-23 17:25
Moyacomb (Wicklow), Wicklow 7 Hello again   Apolog
by Margaret, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘ 14-Feb-24 15:24

William O Brien and Eliza Doyle, Marriage registered in Manchester 1851.

14-Sep-23 16:38
Wicklow 2 You say that William married E
by Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘ 4-Dec-23 13:47

Looking for ancestry of Patrick Doyle

18-Aug-23 21:18
Bray (Wicklow), Wicklow 3 Hi Patricia.
by Fmd953 20-Aug-23 21:32

Margaret Ann Abraham

27-Jul-23 00:12
Carnew (Wicklow), Wicklow 5 Thank you all for your respons
by taggs51 31-Jul-23 19:58

Evans family

23-Jun-23 19:09
Delgany (Wicklow), Wicklow 2
by Eileen 24-Jun-23 20:12

Oilgate, Enniscorthy, Wexford, Ireland help please.

19-Jun-23 12:33
Enniscorthy (Wexford), St Marys Newtownbarry (Wexford), Carlow, Wicklow, Wexford, Wexford 4 Many thanks for this. I did su
by Steffy 15-Jul-23 20:05

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