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2 thoughts on “Take our survey”

  1. I have Brady’s in Cork in 1826. But have no info about them.
    The name is not all that common so there is about a one in three chance we are looking for the same people.
    I have family in the USA Canada and Ireland all reserching with me and we had a meeting in Galway 6 weeks ago which was fun.

    My Cork conection is Thomas Brady b.1826 joined the RIC aged 20 with cork as his home county
    d. 1897 in Tierneevin Galway. His son aslo Thomas Brady b.1967 joined the RIC at 18 and was sent to serve in Cork until he left Ireland in April 1922 to move to Dover UK.
    http://images.yuku.com/image/jpg/972364c7908ceceb094d015d4c732dc077b6f43f_r.jpg

    Talk soon
    james

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