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Re: James burke
Posted by: Jone Carlson (ID *****9368) Date: October 16, 2006 at 10:19:32
In Reply to: Re: James burke by Alexander Brown of 887

Alex: The following are Placenames (Townlands) and the Poor Law Unions (not county) in which they exist that in any way remotely resemble "Kilbuan". (There are 8 more Civil Parishes not yet perused.)

Do you know, per chance, in what Civil Parish or Union that Census was taken?

Killina, Monaghan - Killina, Monaghan - Killybern, Clogher -Kilcran, Monaghan - Kiltybegs, Monaghan - Kilvey, Monaghan -Kilcrow, Monaghan - Killycrom, Castleblayney - Killark, Clones - Killabrick - Killarue - Kilmurry - Kiltybegs - Kilcrow - Kinduff - Kinturk, Clones - Killyfuddy, Clones - Killygone, Clones - Killark - Killyleg, Cootehill

JC


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