Author Topic: Short Strand, Seaforde, Lowry, Kilmood, Sheriff, Vulcan, Chemical  (Read 5046 times)

Molly Burns

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Re: Short Strand, Seaforde, Lowry, Kilmood, Sheriff, Vulcan, Chemical
« Reply #15 on: March 12, 2017, 05:09:57 PM »
Mary, I've just read your 'message about our connection Kinsella and Bradley families.  My mother was Charlotte Bradley, and was a cousin of Mary and Jenny Kinsella.  My 'aunts' Mary and Jenny thought the world of me, and I loved them very much spending many hours in their home, 13, Lowry Street.  My father, John, was the Commissionaire (as he liked to be called), at the 'Pop' He worked there after the war, and before he went working at the Aircraft Factory out at Sydenham.

Mary K Rossi

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Re: Short Strand, Seaforde, Lowry, Kilmood, Sheriff, Vulcan, Chemical
« Reply #16 on: June 02, 2017, 04:26:12 PM »
Jim Bell from Seaforde St., please send me an email.  Molly Harper wants to get in touch with you.

Iam Blue

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Re: Short Strand, Seaforde, Lowry, Kilmood, Sheriff, Vulcan, Chemical
« Reply #17 on: February 28, 2018, 11:15:43 PM »
Molly,
I know this is a little of the topic you are discussing, but I saw that your mother was Charlotte Bradley and your father's name was John. I have been looking for  information about a Charlotte Bradley, nee McAtamney. Would she be a relation of yours?

Fingers crossed.