Reference Note 1
Grave S948 is a communal grave containing one of John Darragh's children, Annie Darragh and six of her children
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Church of Latter Saints IGI
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Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue records
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Registrar General Dublin
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Parish records of St Mary's Clonmel sighted
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Parish records sighted
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By 1851 Upleatham Census
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Upleatham church yard records sighted
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St Hilda, Danby, Monumental Inscriptions
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Highway In Van Dieman's Land by G.Hawley Stancombe Ref. page 47.
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Keilor Pioneers "Dead Men Do Tell Tales" by Angela Evans
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1913 Will & Administration for Junius Brutus Booth and Florence Booth.
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Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations.
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LDS Ancestral File for John Wilkes Booth.
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Death Certificate of John Prendergast Solicitor issued by the Register of BDM in Dublin.
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Convict report from Tas. Archives Office states Burslem.
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St. Catherines index
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Letters from Henry Roche of London, expert on Portsmouth Jews.
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1851 Census for Southampton
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Jewish Chronicle 15 June 1866
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Jewish Chronicle July 24 1863
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Hampshire Telegraph 28/12/1844
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1861 census for Southampton.
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Burslem St Johns Church records sighted
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Tasmanian LDS records of Cemeteries
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Keilor cemetery records
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Irish BDM at LDS
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Caroline Munday was a widow at Chidham with her daughter Caroline ,her husband Thomas Savage and Grandchild Aaron Savage at the 1841 census.
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St Catherines Birth Certificate and 1841 census for Chidham confirms that Aaron was 7 months old when census was taken.
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Bosham church records sighted
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1841 Census for Bosham/Chidham
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Westbourne church records sighted
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Birth & Circumcision Register produced by the Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue, London, England.
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Marriage Register produced by The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue, London, England.
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Inscription on gravestone in Neddans cemetery, County Tipperary near Ardfinnan.
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The Clinic registry of BDM at Clonmel.
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Memorial at Catholic Parish church at Ardfinnan.
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Clonmel Chronicle August 1920.
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Will of Edward Barr of New House Bilsdale made 14/9/1795
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Will of Francis Barr of Bilsdale made 2/6/1753
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Will of Edward Barr made 23/4/1704.
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Gravestone at Kildale Parish Church.
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1841 census for Kildale.
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Gravestone inscription at old Upleatham Parish Church.
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Ardfinnan Parish church records.
Reference Note 47
Gravestone Inscription at C of E Old St Mary's church Clonmel Tipperary, only old well to do catholic Clonmel families were buried here after it became a C of E church. The full inscription details are held at the Public Library Thurles and in my notes.
Reference Note 48
Refer "Clonmel Gravestone Inscription Index". Copy at Clonmel Museum has only dates but full details of inscriptions are available at Thurles Library.
Reference Note 49
Letter from Jonathan Myers.
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Gravestone Inscription at Mullough Abbey ruins at Newcastle viewed September 1996.
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Information from Spanish Portuguese Synagogue London. Refer Correspondence
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Gravestone at St Mary's at Kempton.
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Refer letter from Angela Anderson of the Mulcahy family
Reference Note 56
Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland"
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From Week's Irish World Editorial "Arms of The Irish Clans" this editorial was given to me by Maud Ross Murphy as part of the Clan Mulcahy package. It is in the family file.
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Hawnby Parish Records Sighted
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Bilsdale parish records sighted.
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Will of Rachel Barr nee Barr wife of Edward Barr.
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Will of William Barr died 1838.
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Will of Robert Barr dated 28/12/1837 and probated 30/12/1842. Its value was 450 pounds.
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Helmsley church records sighted.
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Will of Christopher Barr died 21/2/1770 at Bilsdale.
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Will of Brian Barr died 1770..
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Will of Edward Barr died between 9/2/1793 & 7/ 6/1793.
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Will of Catherine Barr died 1819 wife of Edward Barr who died1793.
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Gravestone Inscription at Hawnby Churchyard
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St Hilda's Bilsdale monumental inscriptions.
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1851 Hawnby census
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Will of Junius Brutus Booth gives "of Manchester in the State of Massachusetts"
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Mulcahy Clan History written in 1907 by Francis Alphonso Mulcahy the son of James Prendergast Mulcahy. The document draws heavily on Burke's Landed Irish Gentry but also includes family history from other sources.
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O' Harts Irish Pedigrees
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National Archives Bishop St. Dublin gave Rossmore Cottage .
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School Records from Black Rock College Union, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Received 12/96.
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"The National Cyclopaedia" of the USA Vol 111,
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Admission Papers King's Inn 1607-1867 Dublin
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Clonmel Herald 26/3/1803
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Cork Journal Thursday 16 January 1761
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Claire Journal Thursday 28/5/1795
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"Oxford Companion to the American Theatre" by Gerald Bordman, New York: Oxford University Press, 1984.
Reference Note 82
The 1851 Hawnby census for Chapel St gives the head of the house as William Bell aged 62, housekeeper as Elizabeth Barr aged 3 (should be 43 if she is the Elizabeth born 1808), daughter as Hannah Barr age 9, son as Thomas B. Barr aged 7,and a daughter Mary Barr aged 5 months. These children, place of birth and ages agree with those of the Illegitimate children of Elizabeth Barr who were born at Hawnby. It would seem that Elizabeth who was born in Bilsdale, in this census, is in fact the 43 year old mother of the children and as the boy is named Thomas Bell (see later ref. also) that William Bell is the father of her children. When Thomas Bell Barr later marries his first son is called John William & he later had a William Dickens. Refer 1841 & 1861 census for more details.
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1881 Bilsdale/Hawnby census
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Letters dated 16 Dec.1996 & 13 January 1997 from Fiona Carlin, Past Pupils Union, of The Blackrock College Union, Blackrock College , Blackrock, Co Dublin.
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Letter from Michael Fitzmaurice Prendergast sent to Julia Mary Mulcahy of Abbeyview ,Clonmel, Co Tipperary 30/7/1923 refers to Fanny.
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USA Social Security Death Index
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From "Walkers Hibernian Magazine" Issue 255
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Letters & Copies of documents from Jonathan E. Myers descendant of Barnett Solomon.
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Andrade's "Record of Jews in Jamaica" 1939. Ref. pages 30-31, 120, 166 & 234.
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1851 London Census, see ref. Note 88
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1851 Bilsdale census.
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Bilsdale Surveys held by Blackburn Genealogical Society . N.Yorkshire County Record Office Pub. No. 23.
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"The Cambridge Guide to the American Theatre":, New York Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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Refer to "The Descendants of Barnett Solomon" a family history of the family , written by Jonathan E. Myers
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Malcolm Stern's "First American Families" refers. Noah Genealogical tree.
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Letter from Kendra Stephenson, she is a relative through the Ainsley family.
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Listing of burials dated 1888 produced by "The Society of Friends in Cleveland" from the " Register of Births & Marriages Which Have Taken Place at Askill Meeting House (Bilsdale)"
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Included in the Administration papers dealing with the death of Frederick William Prendergast was a letter from a doctor at Portrane detailing the extent of Gertrude Prendergast's dementia, therefore she was still alive 20/9/1920.
Reference Note 99
1881 Bilsdale Census.
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1799 Carrick on Suir census, available from Thurles Library, copy in notes where relevant.
Reference Note 101
Will of Junius Brutus Booth 111 refers to his brother.
Reference Note 102
Information from Coralie Janice Smith (nee Savage) of Tasmania via her cousin Judith Thomasson (nee Bender)
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LDS film 0100158 gives among other material "epitaphs" from various graveyards including St Mary's Clonmel. Some figures are wrong but other data is better.
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Will of Mary Prendergast (nee Murphy) died 1862.
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1841 Bilsdale Midcable Census.
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From 1991 edition of book written by Rabbi Malcolm Stern (1915-1994) " First American Jewish Families (1654-1977)", page 262.
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LDS epitaph film 0100158 gives a grave of Margaret Prendergast daughter of Tom (ie. Thomas) Prendergast died 1769. She could be this Thomas's daughter. This grave not seen in Clonmel or listed at Thurles.
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Carrick on Suir Registration.
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1881 all Scotland census
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Church of Latter Saints IGI
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Lloyds Captains Register of Certificated Masters to 1869.
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1871 Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland census.
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1851 Port Glasgow, Renfrew census.
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A tall urn at the Port Glasgow Cemetery records the death of various family members.
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Cemetery records for Kirkcaldy Churchyard, Fife, Scotland.
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1841 Tyree, Argyllshire census.
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Glasgow Directories for relevant years.
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LDS registration of Scottish BDM
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Church or Registration records sighted
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Death certificate for James Robertson Burns
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Parish records sighted.
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Marriage Certificate of Robert Wilson Burns.
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1851 Blythswood, Lanark, Glasgow census
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1861 Port Glasgow census
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1861 Blythswood Census where she lives with her sister Jessie.
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Death Certificate sighted.
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GS Film 14505 Pt 316. Copy of Wemyss Parish records.
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Note on front sheet of War Record for Norman obtained from Canberra War Memorial records Department. Death was not in Victoria , was probably WA.
Reference Note 130
There is no record of this person but considering the 4 adjacent (and only) Prendergast graves at old St. Mary's church Clonmel it is highly probable that all were from the one family. Also from the tradition of naming the first child after the grandfather, then John (the solicitor) could have been named after this John.
Reference Note 131
Robert may not be the son of assumed John, but Robert & his son Geoffry are in one of the four adjacent graves and the DOB of Geoffrey could make his father Robert a son of assumed John.
Reference Note 132
A Robert Prendergast died in Clonmel in 1886 aged 87, could be a fit.
Reference Note 133
Scottish researcher of Mrs. Jean Whimp, ref. Campbell family.
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The "Fastie Ecclesiae Scoticanae " which includes biographical details of the Established Church of Scotland since the Reformation.
Reference Note 135
His grave on the Isle of Tyree has iron fence around it with grave inscription of "In memory of Archibald Campbell Miller, Cornaig died 23 January 1841. Aged 48.
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Old Parish records of Scotland for Ardchattan
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Death certificate Largs 602/43. Died at 8 p.m. Her daughter Margaret and family were living at Largs at the 1871 census. Her son Lachlan Campbell of 1 Hill St. was the informant. Cause of death disease of the heart, died suddenly.
Reference Note 138
The NZ record of J. T. Campbell is based on the contents of the family diary of John T. Campbell of Dunedin and handed down as a treasure of the family of Jean Whimp the grand daughter of Archibald Thomson Campbell (1824-1891).It gives ,inside the back cover' his date, place and time of death. He apparently died whilst droving sheep. Further investigation is required to determine accuracy.
Reference Note 139
Family bible. ref. Jean Whimp.
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Information from grand daughter Jean Whimp
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1881 census for 64 Rosebank Terrace
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1891 Partick, Glasgow census showed all of the children with Agnes.
Reference Note 145
Internet. The Joiner Marriage Index for County Durham and the North Riding of Yorkshire.
Reference Note 146
Bevis Marks Death Register referred to in letter from Gerry Winerman, California, a Mendoza researcher..
Reference Note 147
From age, etc given in PRO Inwards Shipping for ship William & Jane which arrived at Melbourne Dec.1853.
Reference Note 148
· "The Mad Booths of Maryland" (2nd ed.) by Stanley Kimmel (New York: Dover Publications,1969).
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1881 London census.
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1861 Hawnby/Helmsley census
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1861 Bilsdale census.
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Harkaway Primary School - origins to 1975, by Jennifer Boyer.
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1881 London Old Artillery census
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1871 Spitalfields census
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Bevis Marks, Spanish & Portugeuse Synagogue, London, Burial Register held at Blackburn Genealogical Centre.
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1841 Bilsdale West Side census
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