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Re: Feeney / Galway in 1800s
Posted by: Ron Date: February 18, 2001 at 13:36:48
In Reply to: Re: Feeney / Galway in 1800s by Ron of 863

William, I had a chance to have a very quick look at HouseHolders index for McCashin etc in Co Galway. For the Tithe Applotment Books, only 1 Cashin in Barony Moycullen & 1 Casson - no McCas_ or any other possible spellings that I could see. So maybe they were just over the border in Co Roscommon (didn't have time to check) or they moved (so look into occupation records for people that moved a bit, such as constabulary or army). Contact me by email if you wish, Ron


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