Rose Mary Ogilvie nee Byrne, later Warnaby of Dundalk, Ireland and later Hampshire, England.
Am looking for Irish roots and missing children for Rose Mary Byrne who married the Scottish soldier Thomas Barclay Ogilvie in Dundalk, Ireland on Sept. 1, 1888. Thomas Ogilvie was stationed in Dundalk when they met and he converted to Catholicism to be able to marry her. They moved to England in 1891 after the birth of their daughter Christina Agnes Ogilvie. Thereafter there were three sons born in England: Harold Barclay, Bertram Kerr and Marshall Douglas Ogilvie. The father Thomas Barclay Ogilvie died in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1898 and it is believed all of the children except the youngest one Marshall Douglas were put in institutions because Rose Mary was not able to care for them by herself. Rose Mary and Thomas Ogilvie had been living in Aldershot, Hampshire, England when he took sick from tuberculosis. Rose Mary Byrne's father was John Byrne, a Veternary Surgeon who had died before her marriage to Ogilvie. Her mother's name is unknown, but it is believed she married a man named Stephens thereafter. The Byrne family may be from Dundalk, Ireland but this is unknown for sure. It is believed that Rose Mary Ogilvie nee Byrne married a man named Warnaby after her first husband Thomas Barclay Ogilvie died. This marriage probably took place in the year or years after 1900. Contact Norm, firstname.lastname@example.org