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From: "Robert Peck" <>
Subject: Re: [NYALBANY] Request Lookup In 1880 Census, Please
Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 05:47:01 -0400
In my mind the best bet would be to go to the nearest FHL and work with the
Soundex for the 1880 census. The folks at the FHL are most helpful.
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From: "REGINA ATCHINSON" <>
Sent: Sunday, May 19, 2002 5:41 PM
Subject: [NYALBANY] Request Lookup In 1880 Census, Please
> I have been trying to find my g-g-grandparents in the 1880 census, going
page by page. I'm getting so frustrated. There are thousands of pages, let
alone surnames. If anyone out there has access to the 1880 census index or
directory for Albany could you please do me a great favor? I have been
looking for James J. Doyle, married to Ellen (Murphy) Doyle. At least one
daughter I know of would be Margaret M. Doyle born Feb 1873 so she would
have shown up a seven years old. Margaret is my g-grandmother who married
Luke G. Cranney. Now I think James might have died right around that time.
The 1889-90 census substitute shows Ellen as a widow. Could someone check to
see if ELLEN DOYLE, head of house is listed in Albany? I am trying to find
out who my g-grandmother Margaret's siblings were. I think one sister,
Frances A. married Thomas Gillen and a Helen V. Doyle stood as witness to
the marriage. Another sister married a McMahon and, here's the confusing
part, another sister married !
> another Cranney brother. Also, in the cemetery where most of the family is
buried (St. Agnes) a James Doyle paid for the plot of a John Cranney. The
two names keep coming together but I can't find one without the other. ANY
INFORMATION ON THIS DOYLE FAMILY WOULD BE SO VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.
> Thank you very much
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