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LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 10 Jan 2011 9:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL
I am searching for information on the parents of my maternal 4 X great grandmother, Mary LYNCH.
Mary LYNCH married James QUIGLEY in Co. Meath in 1825. They had at least 3 children; Mary, Patrick & John.
Their daughter Mary married John Francis CAHILL in Co. Meath in about 1865.
In 1868, Mary & John F CAHILL emigrated to Australia to join her brother John QUIGLEY and his wife Bridget Anne MAHER (or O'MEARA) on the Victorian gold-fields.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Thanks.
Kerry.

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 18 Jan 2011 9:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank goodness for the name Quigley which makes an easier search. In the current online telephone directory for Meath there are 17 Quigley's, 174 Lynch and 70 Cahill. Once an area is determined where they all lived you can check the directory and see if there are still persons by that name and write a few letters. The places are Trim, Kells, Navan, Duleek for the name Quigley. Duleek is 11 1/2 E. of Navan and 19 Mi. n.e. of Trim.

www.familysearch.org as the marriage is after 1862 Mary & John Cahill 1865 you should find a record there. You can also get an official copy from the General Registry Office at www.groireland.ie

Griffith Valuations for taxes are used as a census substitute for 1854. free www.askaboutireland.ie (with land descriptions as given below and www.failteromhat.com who also has 1824 & 1846 Commercial Directories.

There were 20 Quigley's, 4 James in Duleek Parish, and townland of Commons, all tenants of Marchioness of Thomond

Duleek Parish:

James Quigley #25 land 2 acres 1 rood and 20 perches
#31 land 1.2.31

#25 Patrick Quigley land 2.1.20
#41 A d house and outbuildings and c house and garden 0.1.20
#41 A g Matthew Lynch house and garden 0.1.0

Town of Duleek:
Chapel-Lane
James #3 house, outbuilding and garden 0.1.21

Lane, Back of Church
James #6 house, outbuildings and garden 0.2.32

Parish of Galtrim:
James Quigley, Galtrim Parish, Townland of Branganstown
tenant of Nicholas Madden property #4b house and garden 0.0.25

There are Cahill's in Meath but not in either Duleek or Galtrim Parish.

A Foundation of Irish county genealogy office has Meath as a member count. There were 525 Mary Lynch born from 1719, 3 x 1805, 2 x 1806, 3 x 1807, 6 x 1808!
James Quigley 1805; James Kegley 1800 & 1795;
No marriages between 1797 to 1857 for James Quigley so some records missing or in his bride's parish.

www.censusfinder.com United kingdom+Ireland+Co.
www.igp-web.com + County

Commercial Directories:
1870 James Lynch, Duleek Gaffney, farmer

Annette Code
no relation

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 4 Feb 2011 3:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you SO much for this information, Annette!
It is very much appreciated.
I'll concentrate on the Kells and Trim areas first, and move out from there.
Sometimes it's easy to miss some snippet of information, and being given a new place to search might be all that's needed.
Thanks a million once again!
Kez

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 4 Feb 2011 4:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Good luck. Annette

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 2 May 2011 2:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: QUIGLEY, MCBRIDE
I have a connection to QUIGLEY/KEGLEY in County Meath, also.
My g-grandfather was Peter MCBRIDE, born 11 Nov 1872 in County Meath. His parents were Peter McBride and Ann QUIGLEY. A sibling was Catherine MCBRIDE, born to same couple, 3 June 1845, in Drumconrath, County Meath. Please let me know if you think there could be a connection.

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 15 May 2011 9:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Kerry,

I may have located the baptism index for your Mary Lynch, but before getting to that record, I’d like to go over some other indexes I found concerning the baptisms of the children of James Quigley and Mary Lynch.

These indexes are from the Irish Family History Foundation website at:
https://rootsireland.ie/ifhf/login.php?fromHome=1

For example, I located the baptism indexes for Patrick, John, and Mary, as well as the baptisms of Richard, Bridget, and Joseph Quigley. All of the baptisms took place in the “Monalty” Catholic Church, County Meath. Monalty is also spelled Moynalvey or Moynalvy. .

The first index is for the 1835 baptism of Patrick Quigley:


1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Patrick 1835 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Patrick
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1835

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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After accessing the index above, you can order a transcription of the baptism from the IFHF for a cost of 5 Euros payable online by credit card. Indexes are located without cost. Once the credit card payment is accepted the transcription will be sent to your computer within a minute or two. Before locating the index, you’ll need to establish an account with the IFHF by providing your email address and a password. Establishing an account is free.

The records you download from the IFHF are transcriptions, not copies of the originals.

To view a sample baptism transcription from the IFHF website, go to the following link:
http://www.rootsireland.ie/index.php?id=samplerecords#baptis...

Next are the baptism indexes for Richard (1837); John (1839); Bridget (1843); Mary (1847) and Joseph Quigley (1851):


1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Richard 1837 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Richard
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1837

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) John 1839 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: John
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1839

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Bridget 1843 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Bridget
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1843

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Mary 1847 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Mary
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1847

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Joseph 1851 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Joseph
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year: 1851

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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There are a total of six baptism indexes for the Quigley children. If you were to purchase the baptism transcriptions separately, you would pay 30 Euros. But the IFHF website allows you to purchase the six baptism transcriptions from one index for the reduced cost of 20 Euros. To do this you would have to access the index just as you see it below. You won’t have to type in the names of the children or their years of birth:


6 matches for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 6 records that you have not yet viewed is €20.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name:
Father's Surname: Quigley
Father's First Name: James
Mother's Surname: Lynch
Mother's First Name: Mary

Year:

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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If you haven’t used the IFHF website search engine before, you may have to experiment with it, as I’ve found it’s not the most user friendly search engine to navigate, but it does have a lot of records that other search engines do not.

I’m not sure if Patrick Quigley was the first child born to James and Mary. If he was, the marriage of James and Mary may have taken place later that the year 1825, which is the year you have for their marriage. Speaking of which, I didn’t find a marriage index for James Quigley and Mary Lynch recorded in the Monalvey Catholic Church, or in any other Meath (or Ireland) Catholic Church, but then again, only about 90% of the County Meath church records have been indexed or transcribed by the IFHF for County Meath to date. Plus, there are some gaps in the Meath church records.

Information about the Meath Catholic parish registers from the IFHF website, is below. You’ll see that the church records of baptism for “Moynalvey” cover the years 1811-1900, while the records of marriage for the church include the years 1783-1900.

Please see below:


Genealogical Sources Available Online

Approximately 90% of the county's parish records are available on line. There are gaps in some
parishes and a few parishes have not been completely indexed. There are a number of duplicate
records. Some surnames have not been standardised and some first names have not been standardised
eg. Patt.

These are finding indexes and the original record should be checked for accuracy. We encourage
researchers to contact our centre. e-mail: meathhc@iol.ie website: www.meathroots.com

Roman Catholic

Parish, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths

Ardcath 1795-1900 1797-1900
Athboy 1794-1900 1794-1900 1794-1847
Ballivor 1837-1900
Beauparc/Yellow Furze 1815-1900 1816-1900
Bohermeen 1832-1900 1831-1900 1833-1868
Carnaross 1806-1900 1805-1900 1805-1856
Castletown-Kilpatrick 1805-1900 1816-1900
Clonmellon 1759-1900 1757-1900 1759-1849
Curraha 1836-1900 1836-1900 1833-1863
Donore 1840-1900 1840-1900 1840-1841
Drogheda (St. Mary's) 1835-1900 1870-1900 1870-1871
Drumconrath 1811-1900 1811-1900 1861-1872
Dunleek 1852-1900 1852-1900
Dunboyne 1798-1900 1787-1900 1787-1877
Dunderry 1837-1900 1841-1900
Dunsany 1790-1896 1790-1896 1790-1896
Dunshaughlin 1789-1880 1801-1880 1789-1872
Johnstown 1839-1900 1839-1900
Kells 1791-1900 1791-1900 1784-1828
Kilbeg 1815-1900 1829-1900 1830-1870
Kilcloon 1836-1900 1836-1900
Kildalkey 1782-1900 1782-1900
Kilmessan 1742-1900 1742-1900
Kilskyre 1784-1900 1784-1900
Lobinstown 1823-1900 1823-1900
Longwood 1829-1877 1829-1877 1829-1855
Moynalty 1830-1900 1829-1900 1830-1879
Moynalvey 1811-1900 1783-1900
Navan 1782-1900 1853-1900
Nobber 1754-1900 1757-1900 1757-1866
Oldcastle 1789-1900 1789-1900
Oristown 1774-1900 1763-1900 1771-1831
Rathkenny 1784-1900 1867-1900 1796-1816
Rathmoylon 1878-1900 1878-1900
Ratoath 1781-1900 1780-1900 1789-1814
Skryne 1841-1900 1842-1900
Slane 1851-1900 1851-1900
Stamullen 1831-1900 1830-1900
Summerhill 1812-1900 1812-1900 1812-1836
Trim 1829-1900 1829-1900 1831-1841
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To view a Catholic parish map for County Meath, go to the Irish Times newspaper website link at: http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/browse/counties/rcmaps/me...

On the map, the Catholic parish of Moynalvey is located in south central County Meath, just below the Catholic parish of Killeen. If you hold your cursor over the Moynalvey parish section of the map, you’ll notice two other Catholic parishes in this portion of Meath. These are Galtrim and Union.

The Catholic parish of Moynalvey crossed the boundaries of four different Civil Parishes, including
Derrypatrick, Galtrim, Kilmore, and Kiltale.

The Irish Times also has a link to a Meath Civil Parish map at: http://tinyurl.com/3ec2z6f

On this map, the Civil Parish of Derrypatrick is number 36; the Civil Parish of Galtrim is 59, and the Civil Parishes of Kilmore and Kiltale are numbers 87 and 91 respectively.

By clicking on any of the four numbered Civil Parishes, you’ll see what townlands are located in each.

Irish land divisions can be confusing, but don’t dwell too much on that for now.

As noted earlier, the records you download from the IFHF are transcriptions of the baptisms for the Quigley children, not copies of the originals. I wanted to see if the Latter Day Saints (LDS) had filmed the baptism and marriage records for the Moynalvey Catholic parish. I found that the LDS had filmed the parish registers of baptisms, but unfortunately not the marriages for the parish. The baptisms on the LDS microfilm cover the years 1811-1877, which means copies of the original baptisms for the Quigley children, should be in these registers.

Information and microfilm number are below:


Parochial registers of Moynalvy (Meath), 1811-1877
Authors Catholic Church. Parish of Moynalvy (Meath) (Main Author)

Notes Microfilm of original records.

Some writing is faded and illegible.

The Catholic parish of Moynalvy contains the civil parishes of Derrypatrick, Galtrim, Kilmore, and Kiltale.

Baptisms, 1811-1877. FHL BRITISH Film: 926177
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The Moynalvey Catholic parish registers of baptism can be found in LDS microfilm number 926177. You can order this film from your local family History Center.

James and Mary Quigley and their children, during their lifetime, had lived in one or more of several towns surrounding the parish church in Moynalvey.

According to an Irish Times Catholic parish link, marriages for the Moynalvey Catholic Church have some gaps in them, and cover the time period for Nov 4 1783 - Nov 6 1786, Oct 7 1811 - Sept 29 1828, and Apr 24 1831 - Nov 1 1880. It’s possible that the marriage of James Quigley and Mary Lynch are in these registers if they had been married before September 30, 1828.

The marriage records for Moynalvey (as well as baptism and burial records) are held by the Meath Heritage and Genealogy Centre, in Trim, Meath.

The website for the Centre can be found at: http://www.meathroots.com

Information about the Centre’s research services can be found at:
http://www.meathroots.com/research.shtml

You can email the Centre and request a search of the Moynalvey Catholic Church registers for the marriage of James Quigley and Mary Lynch. There will be a charge for this service. An initial research assessment fee to begin the research is 30 Euros.

In your posting to the Ancestry.com message board for County Meath, you had stated that you wanted to see if you could find more information about your 4th great grandmother, Mary Lynch. I went back to the IFHF website to see if there were any baptism indexes for a Mary Lynch recorded in the Moynalvey Catholic Church for the early 1800s.

I found two indexes. One for a Mary Lynch baptized in 1811 and one in 1815. In the 1811 index, I had guessed that her father was John Lynch. The index accepted this guess. In the 1815 index, I guessed that Mary’s father was Patrick. This also turned out to be correct. The IFHF search engine doesn’t provide information about the names of a child’s parents, or the name of a person’s spouse. If you don’t know their names, you have to guess at it. For baptisms at least, you sometimes have to go through several names before landing on the correct one. For marriage records of a female ancestor‘s maiden name, or for a child’s mother’s maiden name, I don’t guess at all, as this would be a fruitless task.

The two baptism indexes for Mary Lynch follow:


1 match for the search criteria: Lynch (plus variants) Mary 1811 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Lynch
First Name: Mary
Father's Surname: Lynch
Father's First Name: John
Mother's Surname:
Mother's First Name:

Year: 1811

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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1 match for the search criteria: Lynch (plus variants) Mary 1815 Parish: MONALVEY (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Baptism/Birth Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Lynch
First Name: Mary
Father's Surname: Lynch
Father's First Name: Patrick
Mother's Surname:
Mother's First Name:

Year: 1815

Parish/District: MONALVEY (RC)
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If you were to purchase the baptism transcriptions for either Mary Lynch, you would find out what their mother’s maiden names were. But, don’t purchase these yet. Just from the indexes alone there’s no way of knowing which, if either of the Mary Lynches is your ancestor. If she had been married in 1825, the likely index would be for the Mary Lynch baptized in 1811, but even at that, she would have been 14 years old when she married. This is a possibility, but it’s been my experience that Catholics generally married at an age a little bid older than this.

But, if your Mary Lynch had married in the 1830s, either one of the Mary Lynches in the indexes could be your ancestor. The marriage record of James Quigley and Mary Lynch may give the names of her father or mother, in which case you could then download one or both of the baptism transcriptions to see if her parents in one of those records, matches the names of her parents in her marriage record. This would all depend on whether of not the Meath heritage Centre can find the marriage of James Quigley and Mary Lynch.

Next, I wanted to see if I could find an exact townland in County Meath where your Quigley ancestors had lived. To do this I searched Griffiths Valuation, which was a property tax record enumerated in all 32 counties of Ireland between the years 1847-1864. The valuation for County Meath was completed by the year1854.

Unlike a census, Griffiths Valuation did not count family members, but gave the names of people, called “Occupiers” who leased property from owners or owner’s representatives, called “Immediate Lessors.”

Property in a Griffiths Valuation record could include houses, land, outbuildings, gardens, etc.

You can search Griffiths Valuation at the IFHF website for free, but you only get an index for this search. To access not only an index, but a copy of the original Griffiths Valuation entry for an ancestor at no cost, go to the AboutIreland website link at: http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index.xml

I specifically wanted to see if a James Quigley had been living in a townland situated in one of the four Civil Parishes surrounding Moynalvey. As seen earlier, these parishes include Derrypatrick, Galtrim, Kilmore, and Kiltale.

I found one James Quigley leasing property in the townland of Branganstown, Civil Parish of Galtrim. The valuation shows that James leased a house and a garden from Nicholas Madden. The record shows the value of his house was 7 shillings, while the value of his garden was 3 shillings, for a total of 10 shillings. The tax that James paid was based on a percentage of the value of the property he leased.

When you download a copy of the original Griffiths Valuation, you’ll see there are only five other occupiers listed in Branganstown. These are the aforementioned Nicholas Madden, Edward Reilly; Patrick Ledwidge; William Malone, and Patrick Miles.

That James Quigley didn’t lease an appreciable amount of land is an indication that he wasn’t a farmer, but may have been a tradesman of some type.

For more information about Griffiths Valuation go to: http://tinyurl.com/5uoaah6

I next wanted to see if there were any Lynch’s in Griffiths Valuation enumerated in Derrypatrick, Galtrim, Kilmore, or Kiltale. I found two entries, both for the Civil Parish of Kiltale. One is for a Thomas Lynch leasing property in the townland of Gibralta, and one is for James Lynch in the townland of Kiltale. I don’t know if either of these men were related to your Mary Lynch.


MARY QUIGLEY AND JOHN CAHILL


Going back to the IFHF website I located the marriage index for your Mary Quigley and John Cahill. The index shows that Mary and John were married in the Kilmessan Roman Catholic Church in 1867. If you go back to the Irish Times Catholic parish map for County Meath, place your cursor over the parish of Killeen, just above Moynalvey, and you’ll see the names of Kilmessan and Dunsany. This means that Mary did not get married too far away from her home parish in Moynalvey.

The index follows:


1 match for the search criteria: Quigley (plus variants) Mary 1867 Parish: KILMESSAN (RC)

The cost to view the full details of the 1 record that you have not yet viewed is €5.00


Record Type: Marriage Records for Co. Meath
Surname: Quigley
First Name: Mary
Spouse's Surname: Cahill
Spouse's First Name: John
Father’s Surname:
Father’s First Name:
Mother’s Surname:
Mother’s First Name:

Year: 1867

Parish/District: KILMESSAN (RC)
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The Meath Heritage and Genealogy Centre may have a copy of the original marriage record for Mary Quigley and John Cahill. Before you purchase the record, first send an email and ask if the marriage record they send you is a copy of the original, or a transcription. If it’s a transcription, don’t purchase it, as you can download the transcription from the IFHF website for 5 Euros.

There should also be a civil record of marriage for Mary Quigley and John Cahill. By way of explanation, Civil Registration in Ireland commenced in April of 1845 when the Irish government recorded Protestant marriages only. Civil Registration of births, marriages, and deaths for all religious denominations began in 1864. The Meath Heritage Centre should have the civil marriage record for Mary and John, but I believe you would pay less for the record by obtaining it from the General Register Office (GRO) in Roscommon Town, County Roscommon.

Information about ordering records can be found at the GRO website at: http://www.groireland.ie/

Next I looked for any IFHF baptism indexes for the children of John Cahill and Mary Quigley, but found none. I also looked for the marriage index for John Quigley and Anne Maher/O’Meara but didn’t find that either, nor did I locate the baptism indexes for any of their children in Ireland.

But I did find birth indexes for eight children of John Cahill and Mary Quigley recorded in Victoria, Australia. These indexes were found at the Ancestry.com subscription website. You may already have these births in your files:


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Mary Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Lethbridge, Victoria
Registration Year: 1869
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 9534


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Ellen Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Steiglitz, Victoria
Registration Year: 1871
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 19913


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: James Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Steiglitz, Victoria
Registration Year: 1873
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 12955


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: John Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Steiglitz, Victoria
Registration Year: 1875
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 19663


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Michael Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Hazl, Victoria
Registration Year: 1879
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 9849


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Thomas Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Hazelwood, Victoria
Registration Year: 1881
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 23988


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Peter Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Hazl, Victoria
Registration Year: 1884
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 17448


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: William Cahill
Father's name: John Cahill
Mother's name: Mary Quigley
Birth Place: Hazl, Victoria
Registration Year: 1887
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 20371


Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.
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I also found the 1868 marriage index at Ancestry.com for John Quigley and Bridget Ann Maher registered in Victoria, Australia:


Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950

Name: John Quigley
Spouse Name: Bridget Ann Maher
Marriage Place: Victoria
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Year: 1868
Registration Number: 1566

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.
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Also uncovered at Ancestry.com were birth indexes for several children of John Quigley and Bridget Maher. Bridget’s maiden name is spelled in several different ways in the index. The list of children in the indexes may not be complete:


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Mary Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Mara
Birth Place: Lethbridge, Victoria
Registration Year: 1869
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 9533


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: James Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Mara
Birth Place: Lethbridge, Victoria
Registration Year: 1870
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 24041


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Anne Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Mahir
Birth Place: Steiglitz, Victoria
Registration Year: 1873
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 20371


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: John Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Mahir
Birth Place: Steiglitz, Victoria
Registration Year: 1874
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 26039


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Joseph Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Mahir
Birth Place: St El, Victoria
Registration Year: 1876
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 19484


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Sarah Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Maher
Birth Place: Tr, Victoria
Registration Year: 1878
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 12344


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Patrick Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Maer
Birth Place: Hazelwood, Victoria
Registration Year: 1881
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 3341


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Thomas Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Maher
Birth Place: Ha Ze, Victoria
Registration Year: 1882
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 16770


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Bridget Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Maher
Birth Place: Hazl, Victoria
Registration Year: 1884
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 9974


Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922

Name: Andrew Joseph Quigley
Father's name: John Quigley
Mother's name: Bridget Maher
Birth Place: Hazl, Victoria
Registration Year: 1886
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 10883

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.
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I hope that some of this information has been helpful.

Best Wishes Kerry,

Dave Boylan

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 28 May 2011 11:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Dave.
Apologies for not replying sooner, I've been flat out.
But thank you SO much! You are an angel, what a huge help.
This has fired my interest back up to a bright blue flame :-)
A thousand blessings on you and yours.
Cheers.
Kerry.

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 28 May 2011 11:11AM GMT
Classification: Query

Not sure, but if I come across anything, I'll let you know.

Cheers.

Kerry.

Re: LYNCH/QUIGLEY/CAHILL

Posted: 28 May 2011 3:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
YOu're welcome Kerry.

All the Best.

Dave
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