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Re: Dunne Family of Wicklow c. 1820 - 1860
Posted by: jean piper (ID *****9559) Date: June 26, 2012 at 18:17:46
In Reply to: Re: Dunne Family of Wicklow c. 1820 - 1860 by Wendy Ross of 82839

Wendy, I don't suppose you know Ettys parents names and that would make it hard to track down what happened to her siblings
I was lucky with the 99th regiment records as it was easy to trace their movements and I also had a copy of my gg grandfathers pay /service book from 1835 which listed his movements and details about where he came from /next of kin etc. Still have it but it is falling to bits
I was able to find which ships he arrived on as well by the exact dates listed in this little book

I hope you are able to contact another family member who may have more info for you - good luck

Jean


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