Monthly Archives: June 2010

US Census 1860 (III)

The US census of 1860 shows a considerable jump in the number of people who have the Buggy name, up from 97 to 223 in 10 years.[1] This was due to child birth and immigration, mostly from Ireland. In this … Continue reading

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David Obuge Early 14th Century

I have found numerous references to a man by the name of David Obuge in the early 14th century. He was a provincial of the Carmelite Order of Friars in Ireland and is associated with Grey Abbey in Kildare town. … Continue reading

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US Census 1850 (II)

The census of 1850 was the first one that listed every member of the household by name and is therefore a very important genealogical resource. All numbers listed are families unless otherwise stated. There were 97 people in total with … Continue reading

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Census of Ireland 1901

The 1901 census has recently been digitalized by the National Archives and was released online on June 3rd 2010. Along with the 1911 census it is one of the most important genealogical resources to trace Irish family members. This is … Continue reading

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