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From: Linda Dolan <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Irish Protestants
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 05:46:50 -0700 (PDT)
Good morning/ afternoon from Texas,
I have a question for those of you in Ireland especially N Ireland. Can you tell me if the name McKittrick is originally Scottish or Irish? I have tried looking at old records for the name in the Kildare area but can't find it much. I can find it in N.Ireland.
I have a James McKittrick married to a Mary Butler (who's mother was a Curley ). They married c 1820 -30. the family was RC but I don't know if James was before the marriage.
Butler and Curley aren't hard to find in the Dublin/Kildare area but mcKittrick was.
Any insight or help appreciated.
I was in Ireland in Sept '08 but the genealogists were on holiday also ! I'd come back in a minute if it were possible, I loved it there. I felt at home and even driving wasn't so hard to do. I was raised in SW Pa so the surrounding country side was familiar and beautiful. I love Dingle and Dingle bay.
Thanks for your time,
ps can't find my Dolan;'s either.
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