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Re: FEENEY one-name-study
Posted by: Richard Benn Date: February 10, 2002 at 03:37:24
In Reply to: FEENEY one-name-study by Dot Hicks of 862

Hello Dot
My grandmother was Mary FEENEY who married Thomas BENN at St Patricks church, Leeds, Yorkshire sometime in 1914, I seem to remember that she was buried in St Mary's churchyard in Leeds but there was something about her family not being able to afford a gravestone for her so my father made a wooden cross for her grave. I am led to believe that she came to England from somewhere in Ireland but I dont know when or from where in Ireland. If I find any more info I will let you know and if you have any info I would be most interested to hear from you

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