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I searched on the subscription site Roots Ireland and found one other baptismal record for a siblings of Thomas. See below. I did not find a reord for Thomas. Baptismal records for Kilfinnane RC parish start in 1831 and marriages in 1832. I did not find the marriage record. Here is a link to the parish register https://registers.nli.ie/parishes/0858 so you can search around 1845 for a record for Thomas.
Name:Patk. JusticeDate of Birth:
Date of Baptism:15-Feb-1835Address:GragueParish/District:KILFINNANEGender:UnknownCountyCo. Limerick
Father:George JusticeMother:Bridget CaseyOccupation:
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Informant 2:Julia Hannon
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Hi, I am not related, just help on this site.
There is a George Justice in Griffiths Valuation in 1852, this would have been before they left for the USA. Kilfinane may have been where Bridget Casey was from.
The townland Ballyshonikin.
The Baptism ..................1837 of Bridget
They would have sailed from Cork as this was the nearest Port. The ship would have left Liverpool and went to Dublin, Arklow, Wexford and Cork.
The ship only states where it leaves from.
Like Titanic, it called to France then Roches Point, Cork. It was too big to go up to the Harbour in Queenstown as it was then.
This link below may also help, records up to 1911 in the Census.