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Re: John Finlay & wife Mary Ann of Annyart, Muckno parish, who married bef 1845
Posted by: Annie Crenshaw (ID *****0350) Date: March 22, 2008 at 11:17:27
In Reply to: Re: John Finlay of Annyart, Muckno parish, Co. Monaghan by Stephanie Haslam of 886

Stephanie,

A few questions that you may be able to answer:

1. Do you have any dates of birth, marriage, death for your ancestor John Finlay and wife Mary Ann? They at least must have married before 1845 when your ancestor James was born, and still lived at Annyart c. 1855-1860.

2. How did you determine or learn their other children's names in addition to James?

3. What church did your Finlays attend in Ireland, if you know? Probably Church of Ireland or Presbyterian, and that's where they would have registered their children's births.

4. Did John & Mary Ann remain in Ireland, or did they or any of the other Finlay children besides James emigrate to America? (by which I'm assuming you mean the United States rather than Canada)

All might lead to other clues for both of us!

Regards,
Annie


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