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From: "T.M & J. Trainor" <>
Subject: Re: [TRAY] Something new - maybe!
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 21:23:09 +1030
Many thanks for your input here. I was beginning to think I had been
talking to myself. I am sorry this reponse is a bit tardy - due mainly to
my brother's death last Saturday.
NO! I don't think you have muddied the waters at all. Thanks to your input,
I now have another skerrik of information to add to my data base of Wicklow
As you obviously saw from my contribution earlier, there are a few gaps in
the Wicklow Traynor family history as far as I have discovered it. Who
knows if your info will help or not. At this juncture I need to repect your
info - especially if I end up looking in Carnew for my Kin.
I would be interested to know how old your Grandfather was when he died. I
am assuming he is not the one and same as the first mentioned Thomas Trainor
born abt 1844, Carnew, Wicklow.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter" <>
To: "'Terry and Joy Trainor.'" <>
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 11:21 PM
Subject: RE: [TRAY] Something new - maybe!
This information may serve no purpose but to muddy the waters further. The
1871 UK census gives Thomas Traynor, tailor, born in Carnew, Co. Wicklow in
abt 1844. His wife was Ellen born in Queen's Co abt 1846. They had moved to
Bury in Lancashire and had a son John born abt 1871. The area around Bury
and Rochdale was full of Traynor's. My Grandfather Thomas (d1944), said to
be from Dublin but died in Rochdale, had married Mary Gill (1894-1947) of
Bury,(Her mother's maiden name was Dolan and was possibly from Coal Island
co Tyrone) My father, Thomas, had a brother, John, who had 2 daughters, and
a sister Alice (1910-1992)who was un-married. My son James and I are the
only bearers of the name Traynor left on our branch.
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