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Charles was married to Mary Kelton, and is my Great, great grandfather.

We will be visiting Belfast in June 2020 and would appreciate any information that could lead to finding thier plac of residence

dougoh

Wednesday 1st January 2020, 04:02AM

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  • John's 1862 Scottish marriage marriage certificate should contain both his parents occupations, plus it should say whether they were alive or dead at that date. You should be able to view that certificate on the Scotlandspeople site. If you post the information here (or attach a copy of the certificate) we'll try and help find that family in Ireland.

    Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Thursday 2nd January 2020, 02:45PM
  • Further to the above, I can see a marriage between Charles O’Hagan and Mary Keller at St Patricks RC in Belfast on 25.5.1823. I don’t see John’s baptism though. There’s an Edward Hagan baptised at the same church on 31.1.1830 to parents Charles Hagan and Mary Retter (that might be Keller mistranscribed. Looking at the original it’s certainly possibly Keller).  The O’ prefix to Hagan and other Irish surnames was often dispensed with so it could easily be the right family. The RC parish records are on-line free on the National Library site:

    https://www.nli.ie/en/family-history-introduction.aspx

     

    Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Saturday 4th January 2020, 06:48PM
  • Thank you Elwyn. This is very helpful as it takes me back one step further than where I was, very much appreciate your help.

    Regards

    Douglas

    dougoh

    Sunday 5th January 2020, 08:51PM