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Pat Dynan-Joanna Delany married 1794 South Parish, Cork, Ireland
Posted by: Lynn (ID *****7325) Date: December 03, 2011 at 15:42:35
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Hi, I'm looking for help with a Pat Dynan and Joanna Delany who I found marrying in South Parish, Cork, Co Cork, Ireland on 31st July 1794 with witnesses as Jno Dynan and Cornelius Delany.
The South Parish churches seem to include St Finbarrs, Christ Church, St Nicholas and St John of Jerusalem. The couple appear to have children later called;
'Cors Dynan' bapt 4th Nov 1798, witnesses Thomas Dynan and Honora Delany.
'Margaret Dynan' of Beggars Mall bapt 3rd May 1801, witnesses John Swiney and Julian Reily.
'Jno Dynan' of 'BackBark' who is baptised on 18th December 1803, witnesses Michael Howard and Mary Connel.
There maybe more but I haven't found them yet.
I'm trying to find the right John Dynan b abt 1806 I believe and this Jno Dynan is my likeliest candidate so far.
Does anyone know what happened to him, if he married or died young etc, if I can find out his history I can either exclude or include him further in my searches. Thank you and I hope someone can offer some help. Possibly a 'daft' question but am I correct in thinking that 'Jno' is the notation for 'John'? I'm now worried it may be 'Junior' or such like. Thanks and best wishes.



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