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Re: Kanes who were tailors in Ireland
Posted by: Rory Cain (ID *****9069) Date: January 19, 2005 at 14:22:22
In Reply to: Kanes who were tailors in Ireland by SLC of 431

My Cains were a farming family from the Causeway Coast on north Antrim. However I came across a Thomas Cain, tailor, Bushmills, Billy Parish, Co. Antrim, married Susannah McLoughlin in 1845. He was the son of John Cain, pensioner. As Age Pensions were not introduced in ireland until 1908, this probably meants military pensioner.

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