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Re: Seagraves,Segraves

Posted: 7 Jan 2013 5:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi
Some very interesting info on www.irishgenealogy.ie re SEGRAVE, SEGRIVE, SEGREVE, SERGAVE, SEGROVE, SEDRIVE,SEGRIFF, SEGRIF names in the 1700s in Dublin. For instance:
Marriage at RC Parish of St. Michan, 8 March 1736:
Mr. O Neil Segrave & Miss Clare Ambrose
Witness 1: Mr. Segrave
Witness 2: Mrs N/R
Witness 3: Mr. Usher
Witness 4: Mrs. Usher

and ..
Marriage of James Archbold to Eliz Lattin 11 Feb 1747 at St. Michans
Witness 3: Neille Seagreve

and ...
baptism of Henry John Segrave at RC Church of SS Peter & Paul, Cork, Ireland on 5 Nov 1792
Address: Dublin
Father: O'Neal Segrave
Mother: Margaret Goold

and ...
burial of O Neal Segrave of Cabra, 25 Aug 1793, St. James COI.

You can check out the hundreds of others at irishgenealogy.ie site.

Regards
Colette
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Julie 3 Aug 2003 4:32PM GMT 
Julie 3 Aug 2003 4:51PM GMT 
Julie 31 Jul 2003 4:05AM GMT 
James F. Seagraves 31 Jul 2003 4:22AM GMT 
katrinaknits 6 Jan 2013 2:07AM GMT 
Julie 31 Jul 2003 4:08AM GMT 
Julie 3 Aug 2003 4:59PM GMT 
dancer1951241... 8 Jan 2013 12:23AM GMT 
jgabriel172 29 Jul 2003 6:30PM GMT 
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