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Re: KEENAN at Mullacash
Posted by: Ralph Connors (ID *****9163) Date: June 25, 2008 at 06:57:24
In Reply to: KEENAN at Mullacash by Claire Johnson of 297

a. Mullacash is a townland. The parish is probably Ballymore Eustace. Its surviving parish rcds are as follows:
births/baptisms: 18391899 Marriages: 18391899
Records on microfilm in National Library from 1779.
The Irish Family History Foundation's Kildare database has B rcds for James Keenans dating to 1764; however, none of these are from Ballymore Eustace. Consider the possibility that your ancestor may have been born elsewhere.

b. Try Internment.net


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