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Researching Nolan Surname from Co. Kilkenny Ireland

Journal by wittychris

My Grandmother Mary Nolan (maiden name) was born in Co. Kilkenny 1867. died March 1955. buried in St Brigids Coon..5 miles from the Town of Castlecomer. I would like to know the names of her parents also where in Ireland they came from. I would also appreciate names of siblings in her family tree. Thanks

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on 2006-09-09 06:04:04

wittychris has been a Family Tree Circles member since Sep 2006. is researching the following names: CANTWELL, NOLAN, WALSH and 3 other(s).

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by allycat on 2006-09-09 07:13:19

Dear Wittychris, Hi there. Welcome to FamilyTreeCircles. You should be able to trace your grandmother and her family (including parents and siblings) through the Census years. Start with 1871 as she would have been 4yrs old.

Join up as a free member of - FREE Genealogy Research, then goto their board/s and post a new topic, e.g. "1871 Census Lookup Request Please NOLAN family, Kilkenny". Rootschat - Ireland (Historical Counties), Kilkenny.

In addition, there are other Kilkenny boards that you can goto, genforums, goireland, etc. Just 'google'.

Also, please edit this journal to show your surname research separated by commas, so that links to the surnames are clickable and therefore searchable to others.

And if you click on CANTWELL you will see all the data I have stored there and also all the journals written plus good links.



Best of luck,

by wittychris on 2006-09-24 12:07:50

Dear Allycat. Thanks for your reply. I have got one answer on Nolan in my family tree.It seems very promising. I have replied to this person and am awaiting on some positive confirmation. I will now click on Cantwell and browse through to see if there is anything familiar that will connect to my family tree..Regards Chris

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