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Old 10-03-11, 15:57
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Perhaps it's one of those missing pages on Ancestry?
pm me and I'll send you the image.
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Old 10-03-11, 16:00
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Found them in 1861 many thanks.
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Old 10-03-11, 16:05
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It's looking promising that Philip Murphy is connected, so I've made a note of him. I see he and Mary McCarty both say born Kerry, whereas elsewhere Mary says born Kilkenny which is where their son is saying he's born 1861.

I do wish peeps would stick to one birthplace (preferably the right one).

But I'm very grateful to all who have contributed to this thread - I've found out more in less than a week here than I did in the previous 10+ years!
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Old 10-03-11, 16:18
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Hoping that their visitor 1861 Mary Marlow b Ireland, unmarried 35 might be a clue.
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Old 10-03-11, 17:38
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Just a thought, and I wouldn't know how to prove it, but if I've found the right family in 1841 and Dennis was calling himself James, if Cal couldn't write and the enumerator scribbled James down quickly, it might look like Jenny, so he assumed it must be a girl.

I realise this sounds far-fetched, but best mate's aunt Flo is down as Clarence, male, in the 1901!
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Old 10-03-11, 21:45
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Worth thinking about, thanks Phoenix.
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