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David Archer - b. 1866

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Re: David Archer - b. 1866

Posted: 3 Dec 2012 7:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Dublin City church records: www.irishgenealogy.ie

These are the only Dublin City records on line and this website is free. Both North and South County Dublin have their own genealogy offices and both are members of an Irish
History Foundation.

There are still quite a few Archer's still living in Dublin City. The area code now used may help you find Archer's living in the same general area.

In 1854 Griffith Valuation for Dublin City, there is
a William Archer living in St. Paul's Parish.
Marriages usually occur in the wife's parish and sometimes first children were born and baptised in her (Bridget) mother's parish because mother's went home to have their babies.

CD of Civil registration from Latter Day Saints. Civil Registration began in 1864. I found no match for a David Archer born in Dublin nor a David with a father David.
These records obviously have errors as you have details of the baptism. They were transcribed by Latter Day St.students. I was hoping for a record so you would know Bridget's maiden name.

No record of a David Archer as a carpenter in the Directories for Ireland but only heads of businesses would be listed.

1901 Ireland Census: (possible)
15 Prussia Street (Arran Quay, Dublin)
Bridget Archer, 69 head of household, born Kildare, Widow
Robert 49 son,unmarried, Asst. Postal Inspector, born Dublin
Charles 31 son, Widow, Postman, born Dublin
Geraldine 3, grandaughter, born Dublin

In 1882 David Archer born 1866 Queen St. Dublin
living 2 Temple Lane
Grangegorman Prison for Assault

Only Julia Buckley, Dublin born 1871 and the date should be 1868. There are 4 Julia Buckleys born 1868 in Cork, Ireland.

If David and Julia are following the naming pattern for males her father should be named James. I didn't find any between 1864 & 1875 in Ireland, but if born Dublin City
the only records are www.irishgenealogy.ie

Dublin is also a Civil Registration District which could extend to 12 mile radius and perhaps into other counties, containing Parish's, towns/villages.

2-Kelly's Court, off Grangegorman St. St. Paul's Arran-Quay
from a Dublin Street Directory 1862.

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