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Front: To Pauline
On the back is written
"Gertie. Murray in the U.S.A."
"Somebody gave it to me a few
years ago thinking that it might be a connection with my family
tree. I have not found one.
My grand uncle professor Edward Hughes Dowling was
married to a lady from Kildare
called Cathy Murray. Nobody in
my family knows of a
|My grandmother had this photograph in her possession.
Unmarked as, unfortunately, all of her photos were. I "think"
it may be her sister, Anne
Reilly, who was born in 1893 in Belturbet, Cavan. The last mention I have for
her is the 1911 census, where she is 18 and living with her
mother and brothers in Belturbet. My grandmother was
eldest daughter and came to Canada in 1906.
She went back to
Ireland in 1912 and brought her youngest sister (there were three
living sisters) back to Canada
with her. I knew "Auntie
Nellie" very well and am fairly certain it isn't her--she had
black hair. But they were very
secretive about any family back
in Ireland so don't know for certain.
|I inherited this photo from my Grandmother and the
football says CBS I suspect|
that this might be a photo from
Ennis. Unfortunately there's no writing on it so
I can't be
sure. It's definitely from Co.
The sign says "Winners 1911 Minor League"
|Jun 2014||Cathy Carley
|This photo was taken by T. Plimmer, located at
19 High St., Belfast who
established in 1850. She is either a Orr or a relative of a Orr. These
were from Sappagh Townland, Co. Donegal, Ireland. Who is she?
Name. Back: Lauder Bros
., Artists Photographers. 45 Lower Sackville Street. Dublin. (ca 1880 - 1884?)
2015||Sandra L. Pearson|
Aunt Grace's eldest daughter. May have come from Co. Tyrone.|
Photographer: Lafayette, 30 Westmoreland St., Dublin