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From: "Edward Andrews" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Lisburn Cathedral
Date: Thu, 21 May 2009 17:19:51 +0100
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> ] On Behalf Of Karen
> Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2009 4:26 PM
> Subject: Re: [S-I] Lisburn Cathedral
> Edward, what is the website for the Irish 1911 Census please?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Edward Andrews" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2009 2:43 AM
> Subject: [S-I] Lisburn Cathedral
> > When my mother died at the age of 98 last year, I decided that I really
> > should get on with some actual genealogical research rather than just
> > looking at the history.
> > This was made easier when the Irish 1911 Census came on line.>
> > I got the family. Then address wasn't what my mother hand told me, but
> > then neither was my Grandfather's address on the Covenant. The names and
> > dates of birth were all correct. There are not a lot of Innes and
> > Nora is not a common set of Christian names.
> > >
> > It was when I went to my Grandparent's marriage on the Ulster Historical
> > Foundation that I had problems.
> > The Census put my grandparent's wedding 1894/95. And I simply couldn't
> > find
> > a GEORGE INNES in Lisburn in that time scale. I then looked for a
> > FRYARS and bingo. Certainly the right woman (even though her census DOB
> > and
> > her Marriage record don't add up. The big problem is that the groom on
> > record is given as GEORGE JAMES.
> > I rang up the Ulster Historical Foundation and they checked and told me
> > that was what they had in their source.
> > Has anyone got access to the Lisburn Cathedral Register for 1894 to see
> > there is a transcription error?
> > By the Way the UHF don't have all the Births All I can find are my
> > Paternal
> > Grandmother, and that is with my parents birth certificates so I know
> > they should be there.
> > Thanks
> > Edward
> > Only by recovering prophetic and objective modes of preaching, in
> > faithfulness to the gospel of Christ crucified and in contradiction to
> > society's profane habits and priorities, can we truly challenge our
> > culture and reveal to it its own possibilities for resurrection.
> > Alan E Lewis. "Between Cross and Resurrection. A Theology of Holy
> > Saturday"
> > Eerdmans 2001 p 377
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