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From: "Becky Horne" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] McNamara - birth advice
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 21:01:18 +0200
I have found two for you, one a possible variant.
Hope it helps.
Old Grahamstown Cemetery
Updated by Liz ESHMADE and volunteers
NF -Stone was extant during the 1980's but no longer can be found.
Some stones illegible, some vandalised and others have fallen over and are
to heavy to lift.
MACNAMARA, John +9.11.1891 aged 62 yrs. 8 mths.
McNAMARA, (Sr.) Lucy +27.10.1904
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Researching: HENWICK; HILL; HORN(E); MEREDITH; DEYZEL; LARSEN; WILSON;
LYNAR; HENNING; STERLEY; THECK; BEST; BRAUN, GREENER; GLANVILLE.
----- Original Message -----
From: kim g <>
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2003 6:43 AM
Subject: [ZA-IB] McNamara - birth advice
> I would appreciate advice on finding these births as I have since found
> another person in the family as giving their place of birth as such.
> Frank McNamara born 1854 Cape of Good Hope
> Johanna McNamara born 1857 Cape of Good Hope
> Father Thomas (I think was born in Ireland)
> Mother Margaret born Ireland 1832
> I have looked in the archives but found no reference to them and also on
> some search engines.
> Also is there a Devonport that could be in the area. There is another
> daughter who gives her place of birth as such but I am assuming it would
> in England where they have returned in 1871.
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
> (New Zealand)
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