Re: [milgenire] Re: Royal Artillery
Hi Annette, I have his marriage cert age 21 in Scotland Feb 1901 could not find him on the Scottish 1901 census. His parents are listed on the marriage cert that is how I know his father was Michael and his mother was Mary Hogan.
I have him back in Ireland Dublin census 1911 married with his wife Julia and 2 children Florence and Michael my dad. This is where he states Galway City as his birthplace.
I had searches done at GRO Ireland for Connor/O'Connor birth 1879-1882 and for marriage cert for his parents 1875-1880 he may have been an only child.
I have also searched and paid for IFHF records, they now have an advanced search where you can include both parents. The IFHF records are civil and church but they are not completed yet.
I will keep going and again thank you for taking the time to help me.
On Thu, 11/25/10, Annette Code <codeannette@...> wrote:
From: Annette Code <codeannette@...>
Subject: Re: [milgenire] Re: Royal Artillery
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010, 2:09 AMI looked through Michael Connor, Galway www.labs.familysearch.orgMichael Connor birth registered Oct-Dec 1880 #101057 Vol.4 Pg. 242Galway Registration DistrictMichael Connor birth registered Apr-June,1880 #101057 Vol.4 Pg. 237Galway Registration DistrictIf you have nothing but time you can go through the counties, or just put in Ireland and get 1,066 records, both birth,marriage,death US Census and passenger recordsI didn't look at the WWI records.Would he not be in the 1901 Census age 21? There were 17 for Galway but if you aren't sure of where he was from that could take you ages.Annette
- Just 1 more thing, are there military records of at the PRONI, Belfast?If something else comes up, drop me a line. Annette