Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Post by Strum » Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:43 pm

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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Post by Holla » Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:34 pm

bugrock0 wrote:Rocker, great work. I've got a receipt from the Free State Government for 20 pounds(Bloody keyboard has no icon for pounds) in the name of Laurence Crawley 1920 of 28 Coldwell St. He must have moved to 8 Eden Terrace at some time unknown to me. But that means my da was born in Coldwell St (1917 I believe).
I too have discovered my family bred like rabbits. Again great work.
Bugrock, my copy of the Harold boys school register has two Crawleys==

Francis Crawley 26 coldwell street DOB 3/1917 fathers occupation carpenter date of entry1925 previous school Glasthule convent

Eugene Crawley 26 coldwell street DOB 10/1914 fathers occupation carpenter date of entry 1923 previous school Glasthule convent



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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Post by bugrock » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:11 am

Holla, you're a gem!
You got exactly the right people. I didn't expect Eugene, nor did I know his age. Their brother Danny/Denny was younger. He lived in Findlater St 50's till his early passing at age 33 I think. Sisters Elsie, and Lou who lived in the Noggin I don't know. Lou married Jack Kelly I think. After that I lost track again.
I can now really begin to put the story together. Thanks ;) ;) ;)


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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Post by Rocker » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:18 am

Bugrock,

Just had a quick look at my favourite site http://www.familysearch.org. Here is one result for births

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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Post by bugrock » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:23 am

Thanks Rocker,
I did have that site, but not the start you gave me. All it takes is a memory jolt to trigger names I'd forgotten.
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