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Here is what Helen Dunn had to say in February 2007:
According to Christine, Cecil M Allely born 1934 (cousin of her dad) was the son of Cecil born 1905. She thinks the mothers name was Mina - I have not found the marriage.
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Helen Dunn says:
Birth Index reference - 1943 (March quarter) - page 238 - Belfast - Denis Allely.
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As with the Mary Steel whom I have made his sister, I once had him as the son of John Steel and Susanna. I can no longer verify that. As well, Mike Nason, a friend in England has looked carefully at the original records. He says that whatever the first entry was, it has clearly been struck out and replaced with Ann. So for the moment therefore, I am leaving him with these parents.
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Her existence comes from the Marriage registration for her and Donald McKenzie.
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He is described as a carpenter in the marriage registration.
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It would seem impossible that he is the son of John and Mary given when Jane was born. Was he the son of John and Susanna?
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He appears in the City of Toronto directories from 1899 to 1909. He is usually a clerk at the T. Eaton Company. He moves around constantly, very often living on Spadina Avenue. For the last several years, he was at 44 Henry St.
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My cousin Lea Kennedy says that she died in infancy.
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At first, this was the only Mary Steel, daughter of William and Ann, that I was able to find during the appropriate time period. That was troubling as she died in 1704. Then with the assistance of Mike Nason, a friend in England, I found her sister Mary baptised in 1709. That solved the mystery as she was the one who married Joseph Jarrett.
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Christopher Flanagan worked for the railway. It was the great Southern and Western Railway. It ran from County Cork to County Kildare. Limerick Junction was the junction of the great Southern and Western Railway and the Waterford and Limerick Railway. He was a railway porter in 1866. After that, all records show that he was a railway signalman. The family lived in a railway house at Limerick Junction.
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Almost all of the information re this family comes from the book "My Irish Heritage" by Thomas Maloney.
Note N1021 Index
All of the information regarding this and related lines, with very few exceptions, comes from "My Irish Heritage Maloney - Flanagan" by Thomas A. Maloney published in 1987. It is an astonishing work of labour and love.
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Thomas Maloney says in his book "My Irish Heritage" that he never married. However, I found him in the 1891 and the 1901 census with his wife Helen in Manchester. He was noted as a bread baker. As well, he is there in 1881, living with his uncle Micheal Leonard.
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In the 1901 census for Urmston, Lancashire, it is spelled "Dunlea." He was listed as single, living as a boarder, and working as a police constable.