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Re: Greatgrandfather born 1849 Ireland
Posted by: Kim Reynolds (ID *****3088) Date: February 29, 2012 at 02:18:05
In Reply to: Greatgrandfather born 1849 Ireland by Chris Bryant of 94933

Chris,I found 4 births for Patrick in Galway;1844,1845,1849 and 1854.None come up with the father's name as Timothy but that is not unusual as many certs didn't have parents' names on them.For his father Timothy I found this;
10 February 1844
groom:Timothy Larner
religion:Roman Catholic
bride:Mary Cosgrove
religion:Roman Catholic
witnesses:John Keane/Judith Kirrane

I did find another couple of things but am not 100% sure they are your family but worth looking at.

Royal Irish Constabulary:
Timothy Larner

I found 2 births of children born to Timothy Larner in Galway; Bridget 1839 and Margaret 1840.As they were born before Timothy's marriage,Timothy may have been married before.

Also,a Timothy Larner appears in the 1911 Irish census as a 73 yr old man living with a son Martin and four grandchildren.If they got his age wrong it could be Timothy but if not it isn't or he would have married at 5.I would suggest if you have an LDS library near you,go to it and check the parish registers to see if you can find the Larners.The name was also spelt Lardner.Hope this helps,Kim

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