That is outstanding Kim. Thanks so much for looking into this! I was assuming they were married before they came to America but that wouldn't have to be the case. Bernard and Ann could have married in PA. It seems the 2nd Barnard you mentioned is more likely because the DOB is closer to 1810 and the fact that they landed in Philadelphia - where he lived his whole life.
I wonder if the 1808 Bernard you found in Louth is the same Bernard that departed for Phila.
We do have 150 years of Charles Boyle in the tree. I also find a few Johns Marys and Margarets.
I can't thank you enough. I've been looking for months now.
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