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Help needed Anne Newman

ladybird

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I haven't been on this site for a long while, as I was hitting brick walls .
However, I have just had my DNA results come back, which after a lot of deliberating I decided to have done, not for the family tree connection, but just to find out where I came from, on my mothers side.
Anyway to cut a long story short, Ireland, which I sort of knew. I have a match with a lady in the US, with the Ireland connection, but we cannot find out how.

So, I am hoping that it is Anne Newman who is my GG Grandmother.I think she was born approx 1845. She married John Webb Coolkelure (Dunmanway) Co, Cork in 1865. Her father I think was Richard Newman, but I would love to find out who her mother was. So any help please would be a help.
 

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Hello ladybird

I did one of those too from Ancestry, have you uploaded yours to FTDNA?? I have it's a bit odd because I have different results from both sites. With Ancestry I was 69% British Isles and with FTDNA I was only 39% :confused:

I couldn't find anything on Ancestry about Anne's baptism, and she was born before registration but there was nothing on their Parish Registers, but if you don't already have her marriage certificate:

Name: Anne Newman
Date of Registration: 1865
Registration district: Dunmanway, Ireland
Volume: 20
Page Number: 161
FHL Film Number: 101249
Records on Page:
Name
Anne Newman

May be this website could help:

http://www.irelandxo.com/?gclid=CNHBtLH_0scCFcHnGwodXt4NTw


Amanda
 

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Thank you Amanda, this will help I think,I hope that it may give a witness, which hopefully will be her mother. But just realised that her mother will be as Newman, and I need to know her maiden name.
So I may as well, spend the money and oreder the certificate.
No I only did my DNA through FTDNA, and I came back as origin Ireland, with a Haplogroup, and all the rest which told me where my group originated from.I have only put my Mothers family tree on the site,as I did my mtdna.All confusing, but interesting at the same time
 

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