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Looking to connect with family still in Ireland

Hoping to connect with relatives of Manus BOYLE and Bridget McFADDEN BOYLE who lived in Dungloe, Co. Donegal in the 1800's. Manus was a draper in the town. Manus had a brother Owen. We know of some of their children, John, James, Delia and Hannah. We suspect that Manus passed away sometime in the 1880's because Bridget and most of the children went to the United States around that time. Bridget was born in Fintown, Co Donegal.

If you are connected to this family, please contact me at: Manus and Bridget are my GG Grandparents

nancydoc

Wednesday 31st October 2012, 05:37PM

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  • Hi, I have past on your query to someone in the town so hoefully they can help.

    Have you looked at Griffiths Valuation http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/ and there maps and the Irish census 1901/11 at http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/

    Catholic church records are also available from the https://familysearch.org/

    There is also Piggots and Slaters directories the business may be mentioned in Donegal if lucky

    Best Of Luck

    Rory O'Shaughnessy 

    Irelandxo

    Tuesday 11th December 2012, 02:32PM
  • Hi 

    Have you tried the website Donegal Genealogy Resources - The parish of Templecrone I think, is the Parish that Dungloe is located in.

    Eimer 

    Wednesday 27th February 2013, 08:20PM
  • Post your query on the following Facebook Forum: Upper Rosses History Discussion Forum.  You have to join the group in order to post a query.  I'm quite sure someone there will be able to help you with information on this family's background.  Dungloe is a townland in Templecrone Parish, Donegal, in an area known as "The Rosses."

    Tuesday 3rd September 2013, 07:47PM