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Re: Bagnall, Bagnal or Grehan, Co. Kildare
Posted by: Karen Graham (ID *****1721) Date: August 20, 2009 at 20:27:19
In Reply to: Re: Bagnall, Bagnal or Grehan, Co. Kildare by Michael Graham II of 297

Michael, I think we have corresponded before. My ancestor Patrick Thomas or Thomas Patrick Grehan (Graham in USA) was married April 26, 1841 at Littletown, Co Kildare. Naas is one of the divisions but Littletown was where the actual Church was. Two of his children were born in Lowtown which is a lock on the canal and is right next to Robertstown. There appeared to be only two Grehan families in that area per Griffiths Evaluation. Did you get Timothys birth date from a Church or from an actual birth record?

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