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Re: MYLER from Wexford
Posted by: Kim Reynolds (ID *****3088) Date: March 30, 2014 at 03:13:04
In Reply to: MYLER from Wexford by Mel Barlow of 94936

Mel,as well as the birth of William Myler(Meyler)on the rootsireland.ie site they also have two marriages for William Myler(Meyler);1834 co Wicklow and 1823 Dublin.The Dublin one is:

Marriage:
parish:St Michan's
county:Dublin
groom:William Meyler
bride:Catharine Ward
date:30 Nov 1823
witnesses:Ricardo Pollack and Brigida Mooney

In the Tithe Applotment books William Myler Sr appears in 3 different townlands in co Wexford-Fuddletown (1827),Horetown (1824), and Killinick (1833).In Griffiths Valuation,there are two William Mylers-one appears in St Mary's New Ross(townland New Ross) and the other is in Ballycanew (townland Ballycanew).Looking at the parish registers that cover the parishes of the Tithe Applotments,for Ballymore which covers Mayglass and Killinick baptism records are from 1840-1880 which just misses your William but may reveal other children in family and William's wife.The Suttons registers which cover Horetown have baptisms Nov 1824-Nov 1879,marriages Feb 1825-Sept 1879 and deaths May 1827-Nov 1836 and Jan 1858-1880.
Your best bet is to find the nearest LDS(Latter Day Saints)library near you who have all the Irish parish registers microfilmed and go through these two as you will probably find your Myler/Meyler family in them and it would save you money too.Lastly found a death for William Myler Sr-he died in 1871 at age 67 in co Waterford.Hope this helps,Kim


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