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) Got information by Royal newfoundland regiment service files[RG 38(series A-2-e)] 6086, Joseph Mackey, volume 733 Can't afford any fees, found nothing on the net, need help please.
Area of Research: Entire Province Extent of research: Extensive [May/2002] Researcher: Robert Royle - [email protected]: St.
Also interrested in discovering if James was of the same line as the Maher's of Ferryland and then Holyrood.
During relocation James' son William and his family were moved from Burnt island to Cull's Harbour, what of the other siblings, had they all left B. (Mary Ellen and her 5 youngest daughters had left NF and settled in Montreal on james' death in 1904 apparently leaving behind the now adult Maher children) Any Maher information would be most greatly appreciated.
According to his gravestone he was born 1833 in Benoc (or Benic) France.
He died in April 21, 1914 in Coachman's Cove , Newfoundland (I have a photo of him , his wife and their grave stone).
John's, NL\ Phone: Description: I am looking for the lady in France that has a bracelet belonging to Joseph Mackey of the RNR. I have found his family and his daughter is still alive..
Thomas settled somewhere in the area of Harbour Grace. Area of Research: Entire Province Extent of research: Extensive [Apr/2001] Researcher: D.Area of Research: Entire Province Extent of research: Moderate [December/2001] Researcher: Brendan Hynes Jr - [email protected]: 100 Lasalle Street, Deux Montagnes, Que, Canada, J7R 4W9 Description: James Maher (RC) of Burnt Island in Bonavista Bay, married a Mary Ellen Hollohan (approx 1875).Looking for data on James, his parentage, siblings and descendants.Had children Mary, Angus may4,1868 Elizabeth, Katie, all born in newfoundland!Area of Research: West Coast Extent of research: Extensive [July/2001][May/2004] Researcher: Rosemarie Caines - [email protected]: Phone: Description: I am trying to trace a part of our family tree.