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Byrnes of Tilnock

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Re: Byrnes of Tilnock

Posted: 25 Apr 2013 2:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
hello J , until 1829 all cemeteries in ireland were in theory , controlled by the church of ireland .for Sandyford that would have been the cemetery in Dundrum .The catholic cemetery for Sandyford is in Glencullen but I do not know how old it is.
Kilgobbin is an outside possibility as is Cruagh.This is all a bit academic though as the catholic church does not keep records of deaths and 1849 predates the establishment of civil records in Ireland . if they were buried in Dundrum , the church there may have records of them. There are records for the cemetery in glencullen but I do not know how far back they go.
There is a remote possibilty they were buried in Glasnevin but at that time it would have been quite a journey . Glasnevin has extensive records dating from 1832. look for Glasnevin cemetery online.
Did your peter ever fill in a census record in the US , he may have said what county he came from ?

best regards, Brian.



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Brian Mc Sweeney 18 Oct 1999 12:00PM GMT 
Daragh Mulligan 10 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT 
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JDoherty00 18 Apr 2013 6:43PM GMT 
brianmcs_1 18 Apr 2013 9:47PM GMT 
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