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Looking for descendants/info on the following people:

1a. Patrick DUNPHY (bc 1823 - place unknown) married 1848 RC Church, Blackrock, Dundrum, Booterstown Co. DUBLIN:-

1b. Anne KENNEDY (bc 1823 - place unknown).  Had issue:-

     2a. John Joseph Dunphy bap. 1851 (RC Church, St. Andrew, Dublin City)

     2b. Bridget Mary Dunphy bap. 1853 (RC Church, St. Nicholas, Dublin City)

     2c. Patrick Dunphy bap. 1854 (RC Church, St. Andrew, Dublin City)

     2d. Maria Anna Dunphy bap. 1855 (RC Church, St. Nicholas, Dublin City)

     2e. James Roland Dunphy bap. 1859 (RC Church, St. Nicholas, Dublin City)

     2f. Catherine Dunphy bap. 1860 (RC Church, St. Nicholas, Dublin City)

     2g. Anna Maria Dunphy bap. 1861 (RC Church, St. Nicholas, Dublin City) married 1889 RC Church, Brisbane, Australia

          to Thomas (aka John) GETHINGS (bap. 1864, Muskeagh, Co. Wicklow).  Sister:-

 

3a.  Catherine Mary GETHINGS (bap. 1859, Muskeagh, Co. Wicklow) married 1882 RC Church, St. Andrew, Dublin City:-

3b.  James SINNOTT (bc 1853 - place unknown)

 

Would love to hear from any living descendants of the above people.  Patrick Dunphy (1a) was a plasterer and we believe his son Patrick (2c) was also the plasterer who appeared on the 1901 Dublin City Census, age 44 years, living at Vicar Street, Merchants Quay with wife Mary and three (3) sons.

Maureen

mjg1916

Saturday 26th May 2012, 04:46AM

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  • I had no luck in finding any of the above sir but i have had a list of websites that you mite want to have a seach on. You mite get luckly in your seach good luck.

     

    The National Archives of Irelandhttp://www.nationalarchives.ie/genealogy1/genealogy-records/introduction/ The National Library of Irelandhttp://www.nli.ie/en/family-history-introduction.aspx The National Archives UK ? genealogy search:http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/looking-for-person/ Irish Newspaper Archives:http://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ The next thing you could do is find the counties and places in Ireland your family names are mostprevalent. Look at the website http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/surname/ and perhapssomething will match some other clue you may have found elsewhere? If nothing turnsup ? it is advisable to try different variations of the spellings of the names. If you have a possiblefirst name you could try the Irish Census 1901, 1911 at www.census.nationalarchives.ie/ or the landvaluation record called Griffiths Valuationhttp://askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index.xml 

     

    Connaught Ireland

    Thursday 21st March 2013, 02:28PM
  • are you looking for j.synott? aged 50? 

    mjg19161

    Monday 1st April 2013, 12:09AM
  • Catherine Mary Sinnott nee Gethings

    https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/
    death index gives parents Thomas Gettrings, Winifred Doyle

    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Monday 25 august 1930
    FUNERAL NOTICE
    SYNNOTT - the friends of mr James Synnott and family of Gaythorne are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his beloved wife and their mother, Mrs J Synnott, to move from the Funeral Parlour of Foley Cremin Lts Stanley Street South Brisbane, this Monday afternoon at 1 oclock to the Toowong Cemetery.

    Marriage record for James and Catherine appears to have Catherine under the surname GILLINGS, however both parties made their marks, rather than signing, so could have been an error in recording (either that, or the later use of GETHINGS is the error).

    Ireland Civil Registration Marriages:1882 Dublin South

    SINNOTT James,Catherine GILLINGS, (married on) 8 jan 1882 St Andrew, (groom) full (full age), bach, labourer 18 Secudwith? Place, (grooms father) Andrew SINNOTT, Tailor.  (Bride) full (full age), spinster , 121 Townsend St, (Bride father) Thomas GILLINGS

    Corinne

    Monday 16th April 2018, 10:24AM