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Victor Irwin commented on Robyn and John Brown's blog post Our Gelvin heritage
"I have just come across Robyn & John Brown,s post of Oct  2013 & it might be of interest to them to know that Absolom Brown,s  daughter Annie(known as Nellie)married  my uncle Robert Irwin in 1915(see Emerald…"
Jan 11, 2016
Robyn and John Brown left a comment for Robert Morrison Stewart
"Very exciting to hear from you Robert and it would much appreciated if you could pass on the  information you have about Absolom Browne. We haven't had much luck in our research so far. Thanks very much in anticipation, Robyn & John…"
Oct 30, 2013
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Oct 30, 2013
Robert Morrison Stewart commented on Robyn and John Brown's blog post Our Gelvin heritage
"Hi Robyn and John,                            I have just come across your post regarding Absolom Browne. I know a little about this man and I will be happy to pass on what info I…"
Oct 29, 2013
Robyn and John Brown posted a blog post

Our Gelvin heritage

Hello from New ZealandWe are trying to trace my husband's Irish ancestry and the oldest record we have is for his great-grandfather, Absolom Browne, who appears on the 1901 Irish census as residing at 7 Drumaduff, Gelvin, Londonderry. On the 1911 census his address is 1 Ballyness, Galvin, Londonderry. Absolom married Annie Mullan and they had 13 children, one of these being my husband's grandfather Joseph Patrick, born 27/1/1884 in Drumaduff, who was a postman before emigrating to New Zealand…See More
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Our Gelvin heritage

Hello from New Zealand

We are trying to trace my husband's Irish ancestry and the oldest record we have is for his great-grandfather, Absolom Browne, who appears on the 1901 Irish census as residing at 7 Drumaduff, Gelvin, Londonderry. On the 1911 census his address is 1 Ballyness, Galvin, Londonderry. Absolom married Annie Mullan and they had 13 children, one of these being my husband's grandfather Joseph Patrick, born 27/1/1884 in Drumaduff, who was a postman before emigrating to…

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