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Re: Skerries, Ireland
Posted by: Gaye Stradwick (ID *****8736) Date: January 31, 2003 at 00:07:04
In Reply to: Skerries, Ireland by Peter Halpin of 395

I don't know if the Seavers in this posting are connected to me or not. My Seavers came from North County Dublin, and had a Patrick in every generation. I think at this point, that they came from near Lusk. One Patrick married Mary Dollard in Skerries in 1795 and had a brother John, I think. and their son, also Patrick, narried Teresa Locke in the Naul in 1836 and had a brother Joseph. Would love to hear from anyone who can throw any more light on any of this.

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