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Re: People attended Churches in Monaghan Town
Posted by: Diane Drewry (ID *****5859) Date: January 05, 2011 at 15:44:19
In Reply to: People attended Churches in Monaghan Town by Jack Storey of 887

I know that my ancestor's (Martin Holland) brother was married and the brother's children were baptized at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in the 1830's. I have written records from the current priest with this information. The family lived in Lisnafedally. Would these Hollands, their ancestors and descendants be buried in a cemetery associated with that church or in their townland? Any ideas?
Diane Holland Drewry


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