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Re: Doolin's in KY.?????
Posted by Don Ghere on August 17, 1998 at 19:34:31:
E-mail: DGhere@aol.com

In Reply to: Re: Doolin's in KY.????? posted by Darrold Crites on July 20, 1998 at 10:27:31:

I have some Doolin kinfolk in Oklahoma. I have Wallace and Clara Dooling with children, Walter, Edwin Stella, Bernice, Vesta, Fern, Beaulah and Raymond. I have some more on Walter's family as he married into my lineage. Wallace and Clara must have been born around 1870. Love to have any help!
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Re: Doolin (KY - 1800)
Posted by sdoolin7dj@aol.com on July 03, 1999 at 23:48:18:

In Reply to: Re: Doolin (KY - 1800) posted by Brian T Dowling on March 11, 1999 at 12:25:15:

brian i am a cousin to linda f and dghere
we have found out some stuff we really didn't know first wallace marion was born in mo and so was william marion his dad william was first married to a gugg sara in audrain co then he married lydia kelly in bates co.1857 i think i found where sara remarried an adams after havin two childrenjoeseph born 1850 in mexico mo.and william marion thomas born in 54 then i think she died in texas and was buried by some doolin in colo. but not william thomas who moved to colo and d.1-10-33 and is buried at hayden routt.he died at craig in mofat co. i am very knew at this and any help would be nice. marion wallace and lydia kelly had a lee in adition to wallace marion and charles edwin and my aunt stella could remember a john. but she deffinetly knew her step uncle i am not sure she knew they were steps but my grand mother had mentioned it. my grandpa and aunt stella
told us very late in life that bill doolin the out law was there uncle and the his out in a cave on our ranch and at quay ok. the blair ranch is never mentioned any where and bill and wallace may have been cousins but they worked for billy blair that is who linda dad is named for then wallace started droving
bank robbing also or somethin and did that till after my aunt bernice was born and could rember do you know how to find out about the blair ranch. well iguess it was a series of ranches from texas to western ok.
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From: SDOOLIN7DJ@aol.com [mailto:SDOOLIN7DJ@aol.com]
Sent: 08 July 1999 02:52
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Cc: DGHERE@aol.com
Subject: Re: Doolin's

as you have probably figured out i don't know much about the computer either
i have lost part of the mail that i sent to you but Stella is Wallace Marion
doolin and clara Alice lankford oldest living child ther are two more e but
they died young one was named Vera the others that lived are Walter Raymond
burnice beula vesta fern Blaire and Edwin as soon as i get a scanner i will
send you there picture and a more complete history Donald has one and so
does Linda the sent me one but i lost it on this computer
-----Original Message-----
From: SDOOLIN7DJ@aol.com [mailto:SDOOLIN7DJ@aol.com]
Sent: 13 July 1999 00:51
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Doolin's with a tree

Brian since this communication with Linda the Mormon records show that Wallace Marion was born in Wilson Co. hi dad William Marion was born in audrain CO mo. 1827 and so was his sons Joseph and William Marion Thomas to a woman named gugg I have since found out that that was probably shortened from a Jewish sir name the records appear to show she married a James Adams later and her children however were around the doolins as they grew up and I found some evidence they buried her were they settled in New Mexico. William Marion Thomas 6-91854 died in 1-10-33 in Craig moffat co. buried in hayden root co. i think Joe went there also then Wallace Marion born in 1827 in audrain co. married Lydia Kelly that is where Wallace comes in born April 1864 in Wilson Ks he married Claire Alice Lang ford we can find nothing her dad died when she was 2 in the civil war in ill .. her Mom remarried a
Robinson. any way that is where really Linda who is Blaire daughter and i who am wallets daughter come in Donald is actually my cousin on my grandmas side she was a tippin and married to Walter doolin Walter had a boy named Wallace jack that is my dad. i think as you English put it I am Linda's first cousin once removed and Donald and I are straight second cousins on the tippin side.

Blaire married a Keller aunt Loren my grand mother on the other side of my family i.e. is Helwick was a Keller we may turn out to be our own grandpas as we say in the us Linda has a brother Joe by a lady named Agnes I think and he
changed his name he has no children and she has a brother named Wallace who has 2 girl s and one boy. Linda can give you all of there names and address i can find out more. but that answers the questions you asked i guess if not lest me know and i will give it my best shot.
1. my family all was thought that William Marion was born in Ky. and his dad we do not know who was born in Ireland in an area called doolins point t on the ocean please can you find out if there even is such a place. . and that is all thanks
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Re: Doolin (KY - 1800)
Posted by: Morning Star Date: September 26, 1999 at 14:58:12
In Reply to: Re: Doolin (KY - 1800) by Linda (Doolin) Faircloth
E-mail: spikem@par1.net

Wallace Marion Doolin >>6 April 1864.
Father >>William Henry Doolin >>3 Nov., 1833
Died: 21 January 1906. Married Nancy Jane White, 15 July 1854, some times called (Chancy)

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Doolin's in KY.?????
Posted by Don Ghere on August 17, 1998 at 19:34:31:
E-mail: DGhere@aol.com

In Reply to: Re: Doolin's in KY.????? posted by Darrold Crites on July 20, 1998 at 10:27:31:

I have some Doolin kinfolk in Oklahoma. I have Wallace and Clara Dooling with children, Walter, Edwin Stella, Bernice, Vesta, Fern, Beaulah and Raymond. I have some more on Walter's family as he married into my lineage. Wallace and Clara must have been born around 1870. Love to have any help!
 
Doolin, Wallace Marion (I1392)
 
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Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents
Posted by JOEL GRANTHAM on October 16, 1998 at 12:20:59:
joelgrantham@gte.net

In Reply to: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents posted by Barbara Sue Grantham Wilkinson on October 13, 1998 at 09:15:22:

ROBERT DOWLING AND SARA GUINN
JOHN DOWLING AND NANCY BOUTWELL
DEMPSEY DOWLING AND MARTHA STOKES
ZINNAMON DOWLING AND ELIZABETH INGRAHAM
STEVEN CALVESTUS DOWLING AND LAVONIA FOREHAND
GUSSIE ESTHER DOWLING AND BERRY LEE ADAMS
MARY LEE ADAMS AND HARVY J GRANTHAM
JOEL LEE
EITHEL RACHEL
MARTHA MARJORIE
JOE ARTHJUR
WILLIE LAVERNE
HERBERT LEONARD
BARBARA SUE
 
Dowling, Rev Dempsey (I1691)
 
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Dowling, Julia Mary (I205)
 
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Hitler, William Patrick (I937)
 
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Dowling, James (I984)
 
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Dowling, Malinda (I1040)
 
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Dowling, Richard (I1803)
 
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Dowling, Anastasia Mary (I1805)
 
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Dowling, Timothy (I2161)
 
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Dowling, Patrick (I2166)
 
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Dowling, John Joseph (I2378)
 
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Dowling, Bethany Courtney (I2762)
 
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Dowling, Martin Edgar (I2764)
 
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Dowling, Rose Ella (I2768)
 
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Dowling, William Ernest (I2797)
 
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Dowling, Mary Ann (I3271)
 
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Smith, Belinda (I3592)
 
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Campion, (I3802)
 
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Dowling, Andrew (I4394)
 
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Dooley, Mary (I8021)
 
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Dowling, Margaret (I8119)
 
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Dowling, William Clifford (I8174)
 
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Dowling, Henry (I8894)
 
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de Veaux, Julia Ann (I11861)
 
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Dowling, Andrew (I15464)
 
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Dixon, James Allen (I19028)
 
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Dowling, Catherine L (I19030)
 
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Dixon, Riley (I19033)
 
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Dowling, John (I25047)
 
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Ancestry.Com - Message from cventure3 - Mar 11, 2017
Hi Brian,

Catherine Dowling departed Liverpool England on the ship New World arriving New York 22 Dec 1855. I have no information of her whereabouts until 1880, working for a Francis Hall a minister in his private residence untill 1911/12 at 9 Cumberland Av Plattsburgh Clinton. Then she began working as a domestic/servant at Kent Delord House 17 Cumberland Av from 1911/12 to 1923 until she died.

Margaret Kirkwood was a domestic/servant/housekeeper to John H Myers a banker, wife Julia and daughter Gertrude from 1892 at private residence 65 Court St and then for his daughter Gertrude and son-in-law Charles Bentley a physician at 15 Pleasant St until Catherine Dowling died in 1923.

Margaret Shanks also worked with Margaret Kirkwood at John Myers residence from 1910 till 1920 then moved on to worked with Catherine at Kent DeLord House. When Catherine died Margaret Shanks became caretaker and Margaret Kirkwood a servant.

Margaret Shanks died in 1933 and Margaret Kirkwood became the custodian of Kent DeLord House until she passed away in 1943.

Margaret Shanks 1866-1933 and Margaret Kirkwood 1860-1943 are buried together and also Catherine Dowling 1834-1923 and Alice Farryer 1839-1914 are buried together at Riverside Cemetery, Plattsburgh, all women were friends.
Catherine Dowling was Margaret Kirkwoods Aunty.

So it was a huge and fantastic surprise to find a photo of my g.great aunt.
(My father immigrated from Ireland in 1924 to N.S.W Australia)

Christine 
Dowling, Catherine (I10265)
 
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Author of 'Chicken Poop for the Soul In earch of Food Sovereignty'
In 2008, alarmed by the impact agro-business was having on Canadian food quality and security, the author decided to take control of her own food source. She ploughed under her land, converted her garage for chickens and learned to hunt, fish, gather and preserve her own food. This book tells her story of success, failure and determination. ISBN: 9781894759601. Published Saint George, Canada by Catlin Place 
Dowling, Kristeva (I13599)
 
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BIGAMY???? - Posted 21 Dec 2012 by ElaineSherman93

Joseph Stocks had 7 children between 1825-1837 with his wife Hannah Foley. Most of his children died in childhood except Mary (1829) and John (1831).

In Sept 1829 Joseph Stocks committed manslaughter when he killed his brother in law. Joseph was imprisoned from Sept and on the Lent Assises was sentenced to a further two months.

Joseph must have left Hannah some time between 1837-1840

Joseph marrys Sarah Goodyear in London 1840. The register states he is from Chatteris and his father is Samuel but it states he is a batchelor. (is this marriage bigamous?)

On the 1841 census Joseph is living in Erith, Kent and is a fisherman, Sarah is not with him.

Joseph and Sarah's first child is born 1841 and he has 8 children with her between 1841 - 1853.

On the 1841 census Joseph's son John (1831) is living with his grandfather Samuel and on the 1851 census with an aunt
Hannah Foley (Joseph's first wife) marries Philip Cawthorn in Chatteris 1843 (is this also a bigamous marriage?)

On the 1851 census Hannah is no longer living with Philip, she is listed as married and head of household and is living with Mary Stocks her daughter to Joseph.

On the 1861 census Hannah is listed as married and head of household and occupied as Agricultural Labourer, Mary is listed as a pauper.

On the 1861 census Philip is listed as being a lodger living with Mary Thorn and children George (1856) and Rebecca (1861)

Hannah dies 1868

Philip marries Mary 1869

On the 1871 census Philip now has 4 children to Mary.
 
Stocks, Joseph (I21185)
 
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DFS Notes: William Dowling was probably born before 1756 (much to late if father remarried in 1754!) VA Mother's name unknown. He died. c. 1782 . Wm. in SC by Summer 1770 (Two years before father Robert came there) SC Land Grant to William in 1771 - 60 acres on Flat Creek in Craven Co. (Adjoining owners William Breton and a widow Gibson) Paid King's 'quit Rent' in Jan. 1774 in area now part of Darlington County. 1775 moved 100 mi SW to Orangeberg District and purchased a 100 acre tract on the Little Salkehatchee at Cyprus Pond from one Thomas Ford. Near present-day Bamberg, SC. Fought with Francis 'Swampfox' Marion at hopeless defense of Charleston and afterwards. Died about 1782 (age about 26+?) Caught at home in 1780's by Tories and shot dead while young (12 year-old!?? son Jabez watched.2

Children of William2 Dowling and Rebecca Walker were as follows:

i. Jabez3; b. between Mar 1770 and Aug 1770 in South Carolina; Jabez, the oldest son of an oldest son, was born in 1770 between March and August. Rebecca gave birth to him in South Carolina. He was carried to the Little Salkchatchee area as a child.2
ii. Elijah; b. 1778 in South Carolina; m. Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Aaron Rice Sr. and Elender Rhoden, circa 1796; Elijah Dowling was married by the time he was eighteen.2
iii. Cageby; m. Sarah (--?--);2 b. circa 1780.2

Taken from Website: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/walter_wood/waltsweb/genehome.htm
17 April 1999
please contact me by e-mail at walter_wood@compuserve.com
-------------------------------------------Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents
Posted by kathy king belknap on February 20, 1999 at 13:02:55:
E-mail: belknap@netside.com
In Reply to: Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents posted by Kelly M. Roberson on October 29, 1998 at 16:22:44:

My Dowling line is from Robert to William to Elijah to daugh. Eleanor who married John Hanberry.

We have no pictures of Eleanor Dowling Hanberry or her husband John. If anyone has a picture of either of them, I would be happy to pay the cost of copying and mailing.

My grandfather Hanberry was the one who participated in the yellow fever experiment.

Any help with pictures (or any other info on Eleanor Dowling Hanberry would be greatly appreciated.
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From: CHanberry@aol.com [mailto:CHanberry@aol.com]
Sent: 23 May 1999 02:49
To: IRELAND-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling/Hanberry/Conniffe

Hi List,
I believe my Dowling line originated in Ireland, but I don't know where to
look for them there. It could be the Galway area. My earliest Dowling was
Robert born about 1704 probably in Ireland and then he probably emigrated to
Virginia. He married (unknown) and they had a son Robert who was born in
Agusta County, Virginia. This Robert had three sons, Jabez, Elijah and
Cageby. Elijah, my ggg grandfather, married Elizabeth Rice and their
daughter Eleanor was my gg grandmother and she married John Hanberry in South
Carolina. If anyone is familiar with these Dowlings please contact me.

Thanks

Chuck Hanberry

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents
Posted by kathy king belknap on February 20, 1999 at 13:02:55:
E-mail: belknap@netside.com
In Reply to: Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents posted by Kelly M. Roberson on October 29, 1998 at 16:22:44:

My Dowling line is from Robert to William to Elijah to daugh. Eleanor who married John Hanberry.

We have no pictures of Eleanor Dowling Hanberry or her husband John. If anyone has a picture of either of them, I would be happy to pay the cost of copying and mailing.

My grandfather Hanberry was the one who participated in the yellow fever experiment.

Any help with pictures (or any other info on Eleanor Dowling Hanberry would be greatly appreciated.

md:abt 1796 in Salkehatchee area, Barnwell Dist.?, S.C., to Elizabet h RICE

md:abt 1796 in Salkehatchee area, Barnwell Dist.?, S.C., to Elizabet h RICE

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"Elijah Dowlings will is on file in Barnville court house, SC it contains the following clause ..."lastly to Decanie, my oldest son, I give tinder box and powder horn which my father william dowling used in the war with General Marion, the War of American Independance." - Dee Cryer 2011 (dcryer@cfl.rr.com) 
Dowling, Elijah (I1076)
 
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From: "JOHN OLIVE" >
Subject: Patrick Dowling
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 00:14:54 -0400

Looking for information on Patrick Dowling born in County Meath, Ireland,
1829-1830. He married Anna McCormick who was born in County Meath,
Ireland in 1833. They were married at the Catholic Cathedral in Savannah,
Georgia. They both died in December 1866.

Would like to know the parents of Patrick and when he came to the U.S.
Any information would be helpful. Thanks.

Mary
 
Dowling, William Patrick (I6814)
 
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From: "JOHN OLIVE" >
Subject: Patrick Dowling
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 00:14:54 -0400

Looking for information on Patrick Dowling born in County Meath, Ireland,
1829-1830. He married Anna McCormick who was born in County Meath,
Ireland in 1833. They were married at the Catholic Cathedral in Savannah,
Georgia. They both died in December 1866.

Would like to know the parents of Patrick and when he came to the U.S.
Any information would be helpful. Thanks.

Mary
 
Mccormick, Anna E (I6815)
 
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Hello,
I will be traveling to Ireland and visiting Co. Laois at the end of September. I am looking for leads on some of my ancestors. I have one ancestor, an Anastasia Doolan, who was married to a Timonty Clear. They had a son named Martin Clear who was born in 1846. I have reason to believe that Anastasia was from Co. Queens as Martin was born in Garryduff, Parish Aughbo. Does this Anastasia Doolan ring a bell with you? Mary Griffin
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Mary Griffin
7582 E Green Lake Dr N
Seattle, WA 98103
mary@houseofgriffin.org
Home: 206.985.2933
Cell: 206.779.3841
 
Doolan, Anastasia (I6617)
 
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Re: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents
Posted by JOEL GRANTHAM on October 16, 1998 at 12:20:59:
joelgrantham@gte.net

In Reply to: Robert Dowling b. 1730 - Descendents posted by Barbara Sue Grantham Wilkinson on October 13, 1998 at 09:15:22:

ROBERT DOWLING AND SARA GUINN
JOHN DOWLING AND NANCY BOUTWELL
DEMPSEY DOWLING AND MARTHA STOKES
ZINNAMON DOWLING AND ELIZABETH INGRAHAM
STEVEN CALVESTUS DOWLING AND LAVONIA
FOREHAND
GUSSIE ESTHER DOWLING AND BERRY LEE ADAMS
MARY LEE ADAMS AND HARVY J GRANTHAM
JOEL LEE
EITHEL RACHEL
MARTHA MARJORIE
JOE ARTHJUR
WILLIE LAVERNE
HERBERT LEONARD
BARBARA SUE
 
Stokes, Martha (I11969)
 
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RESEARCH NOTE: There is a Stevenage Marriage Banns Record dated 1857 of William NORTH , bachelor to Emma BLEW, Spinster. 1st Time Aug 30, 2nd Time Sep 6, 3rd Time Sep 13 but no "Married" note. 
Family F21
 
39  Dowling, Robert Emmet (I15850)
 
40 crossing from Ireland to United States of America Phelan, Pat (I8356)
 
41 !GUESS ONLY! Beard, Ann (I18258)
 
42 !GUESS ONLY! Dowling, Samuel (I18259)
 
43 !GUESS ONLY! Dowling, Andrew (I18285)
 
44 "(Resident)" Dowling, James (I18908)
 
45 "23795 Serjeant W. Dowling, "A" Battery, 112th Brigade, R.F.A. (LG 15 Mar. 1916)
For Conspicuous gallantry on two occasions. He returned to rescue a disabled man after the gun emplacement had been wrecked and the detachment withdrawn, and, later returned once more at great personal risk to deal with some ammunition. On another occasion, when within 500 yards of the enemy, he maintained an accurate fire from an advanced position during a four hours' bombardment." 
Dowling, W (I23239)
 
46 "A Native of Moynalty Barony of Lower Kel" Caffrey, Philip (I11091)
 
47 "Accidently killed on journey to Beverley" - en route to Victoria Barracks Doolan, Michael (I16100)
 
48 "Allstock, Somerset"; South of Yeovil Patten, Jane (I21629)
 
49 "Arsenal Commander and Wife Injured in Munitions Blast

New York... Above are pictured Captain Otto C Dowling, Commander of the Lake Denmark Naval Arsenal, with Mrs Dowling both of whom suffered serious injuries in the explosion of several magazines at the plant. Captain Dowling rushed out of doors at the first blast and sought to muster a fire fighting force. He was knocked down several times by exploding shells and suffered serious injuries which will probably result in the loss of his sight. Mrs Dowling, seeking to escape from their home near the arsenal, was also badly injured. 7-12-26"
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"Otto Carl Dowling, " ' Monk, " " General. " Buzzard. Star (file-closer); Class pugilist (4, 3, 2, 1). Melrose, Mass. " / am a man More sinned against than sinning. Believes with Ike Marvel that " cussin ' " is a safety valve for the feelings. Of such exuberant youth and high animal spirits that he has to be sat upon thrice a day to keep him properly subdued. Only happy when being banged around or playing with a " rette. " Collector of rare " vazes. " Take Dowling ' s course in modern languages. " Poodle duck.

United States Naval Academy - Lucky Bag Yearbook (Annapolis, MD) - Class of 1902" 
Dowling, Otto Carl (I19137)
 
50 "As an Infant" Dowling, Emily (I10152)
 
51 "Asht Disesforgen" Dowling, John (I23487)
 
52 "Basil Dowling"
ATNZ Anthology of Twentieth Century New Zealand Poetry
Vincent O'Sullivan
(1970) Oxford University Press

"Through a glass darkly..."

Read in St. Albans Library, England, December 2004. 
Dowling, Basil (I5874)
 
53 "Bastard" Tunks, Esther (I27279)
 
54 "Bristol Royal Infirmary Public Enquiry". -, -, -. Source (S534)
 
55 "Britain, County Apprentices 1710-1808". Database. Find My Past. Find My Past. https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBOR/APPRENTICES/454217/2 : 2019.

The registers from the Board of Stamps. The registers recorded the tax paid for each indenture for an apprentice. The average apprenticeship was seven years. That is seven years of family history you can reveal through these records, as well as your ancestor’s parent’s name, his/her master and the profession they chose. The registers record apprenticeships from the whole of Great Britain. 
Source (S1844)
 
56 "British Army Records 1914-1920". Images. Find My Past. Find My Past. https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=gbm%2fwo363-4%2f007294879%2f00206&parentid=gbm%2fwo363-4%2f7294879%2f10%2f205 : 2018. Source (S1524)
 
57 "British Army Service Records 1914-1920". Images. Find My Past. Find My Past. https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBM/WO363-4/007271446/01284&parentid=GBM/WO363-4/7271446/96/1284 : 2019. Source (S1685)
 
58 "British Army Service Records". Images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk. https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=GBM/WO363-4/7294898/35/571 : 2018.

Series: WO 363; Series description: Wo 363 - First World War Service Records 'Burnt Documents'; Archive: The National Archives; Record set: British Army Service Records: Category: Military, armed forces & conflict; Subcategory: First World War; Collections from: Great Britain, UK None 
Source (S1505)
 
59 "Browners", Main Street Dowling, Bridget (I148)
 
60 "Carrietrival"; West of Ilchester Locke, John (I21630)
 
61 "Catholic Hierachy". On-line data. Roman Catholic Church. Catholic Hierachy. www.catholic-hierachy.org : 2018. Source (S1325)
 
62 "Caynham" Maund, Philip (I10784)
 
63 "Caynham"; FHL Film Number 992136 Family F3536
 
64 "Certificate of Disembodiment on Demobilization". W1439, Certificate of Disembodiment on Demobilization, Stephens.

Army Form Z. 21 
Source (S504)
 
65 "Certificate of Employment During The War". W6938, Certificate of Employment During The War, Stephens.

Army Form Z.18. 
Source (S503)
 
66 "Chanham" Davies, Edward (I24013)
 
67 "Completed years the present marriage has lasted" Family F5205
 
68 "Completed years the present marriage has lasted" Shown widow in 1901 & 1911 Family F5204
 
69 "Deceased" Bryan, Charles (I23304)
 
70 "Ellinthorpe Hall" Mundy (I11640)
 
71 "Exeter were Charlton's first ever opponents in the Football League back in August 1921 with the Addicks coming out on top 1-0 thanks to Tommy Dowling's goal in front of a Valley audience of 13,000." - Source: www.cafc.co.uk Charlton Atheletic Football Club's official website (Jun 2010). Dowling, Thomas (I12041)
 
72 "Find-A-Grave". Images & Text. Find A Grave Inc., Lehi, Utah84043. USA. Find-A-Grave. www.findagrave.com : 2018.

support@findagrave.com 
Source (S1447)
 
73 "GOOD-BYE AND GOOD LUCK": DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
Gives a Parting Handshake to Pat Dowling, who is Driving the Christie Comedy "Doodle Bug" From New York to Hollywood, Where Ut Will Be Used in the Movies. (Times Wide World Photos) 
Dowling, Patrick (I22973)
 
74 "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011. Source (S687)
 
75 "Hallstocks, Somerset"; South of Yeovil Patten, Jane (I21629)
 
76 "HO 47/23 - Reports on criminals: correspondence". Datatbase. National Archives (UK) at Kew. National Archives Discovery. discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C9462577 : 2018.

The National Archives' catalogue
HO - Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies
Division within HO - Criminal Department
HO 47 - Home Office: Judges' Reports on Criminals
HO 47/23 - Reports on criminals: correspondence. (Described at item level).
This record (browse from here by hierarchy or by reference) 
Source (S1430)
 
77 "Ireland, Republic of Ireland" at timeof birth there was no such 'Republic' Dowling, Samuel (I18458)
 
78 "Irish Free State" Dowling, Cornelius J (I18811)
 
79 "Irish Free State" possibly Galway Glenn, Margaret Agnes (I3490)
 
80 "Late" Dowling, Martin (I17545)
 
81 "Lotta" Dudgeon, Alma (I18407)
 
82 "Madsentiatte" [Mountrath?] Dowling, Thomas (I16134)
 
83 "Nav"? or Va = Virginia? Grandstaff, Barbara (I26072)
 
84 "NK" Not Known Tomkins, John (I22462)
 
85 "NK" Not known Skinner, Esther (I22463)
 
86 "Note:- No 3 [Kate], who is married to no 2 [Thomas], is a cousin to head of Family. hence No 3 [Kate] related to head of family by marriage only." Family F4742
 
87 "NT"? Stocks, Louisa (I21342)
 
88 "Of Boley" Groves, Ann (I15305)
 
89 "Our Glorious Dead
1914-1919
Chalkley. W A. PTE. Essex R."

On War monument in Harpenden, High Street, Hertfordshire, UK on 24 November 2000 by Brian Dowling. 
Chalkley, W A (I7608)
 
90 "Our Glorious Dead
1914-1919
Dowling. R. PTE R.WAR.R"

On War monument in Harpenden, High Street, Hertfordshire, UK on 24 November 2000 by Brian Dowling.

R.WAR.R. is, I believe, the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 
Dowling, R (I4317)
 
91 "Patrick Crosbie Agreement of 1607 for the Transplatation of the Seven Septs of Laois to Kerry". SP63, State Papers Ireland.

copy of original, location of original unknown 
Source (S1254)
 
92 "Really Universal For - Cylynfrical Grinding, Internal Grinding, Surface Grinding, Tool & Cutter Grinding - The David Dowling Universal Tool & Cutter Grinder. Manufactured by: David Dowling Ltd., Bates Road, Harold Wood, Romford, Essex, England." Document a Manual for one of his machines selling on eBay October 2018.
eBay April 2014 sale; "David Dowling. pantograph engraver - This engraver was manufactured by David Dowling Ltd. Please refer to photographs for condition etc. It has been kept in a glass lean-to of the house for the past few years and has been covered over. It is a wonderful piece of engineering but has not been used for a few years due to illness of the owner. Parvalux Electric Motor 2000rpm Measurements 80mm deep x 85mm wide on a wooden base. Unable to test fully but when switched on at the mains the motor whirred and appeared to be in good order. A tray of engraving letters is included plus some blank templates". Starting bid £100. 
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93 "Resident" John, Albert Rudolf (I22345)
 
94 "Sacred Heart of Jesus / Have Mercy on the Souls of / Joseph L Delaney / Main St. / Died 30th May 1964 / aged 60 years / And His Son Joseph L / Died 8th July 1945 / aged 2 months / His wife Bridie died 16 Dec 1967 / aged 58 years." Delaney, Joseph L (I146)
 
95 "Sacred Heart of Jesus / Have Mercy on the Souls of / Joseph L Delaney / Main St. / Died 30th May 1964 / aged 60 years / And His Son Joseph L / Died 8th July 1945 / aged 2 months / His wife Bridie died 16 Dec 1967 / aged 58 years." Delaney, Joseph L (I569)
 
96 "Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/101092060/john-edward-dowling 27 Aug 2018

John Edward Dowling, a popular Ridgefield attorney and raconteur who won two Purple Hearts in World War II, died Thursday, Feb. 5, at Danbury Hospital. He was 82 years old and had lived at Ridgefield Crossings on Route 7 for the past few years.
"Eddie" Dowling, one of only a couple of Ridgefield natives to return to town to practice law, may also have been Ridgefield's favorite, and most entertaining, attorney. "He's the sweetest guy around," said Superior Court Judge Patricia Geen at a 1985 dinner in his honor. He's a "classic Irishman, a rare jewel," added Judge Howard J. Moraghan.
At age 29, the former FBI agent was elected Ridgefield's probate judge, the first Democrat to hold that office in 70 years and the youngest probate judge in the state at the time.
The son of Michael and Mary Kelly Dowling, he was born on Jan. 16, 1922, in a High Ridge house behind St. Mary's Church, where his father was the sexton for many years.
As a boy, he earned money for the family delivering newspapers. One of his customers was Judge Joseph H. Donnelly, then the only lawyer in town. At a dinner honoring Judge Dowling some years ago, Judge Donnelly observed that the young Dowling had been a "skinny" paperboy. Judge Dowling replied: "Donnelly didn't tip too much either."
Mr. Dowling graduated in 1939 from Ridgefield High School where the six-foot-four-inch student played basketball. He worked at the old Ridgefield Playhouse, clerked at a store, and drove a school bus to earn money while attending Danbury State Teachers College.
Fought in Europe

In 1942, he joined the U.S. Army and fought with the infantry in the invasion of Europe. Around Christmas 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, he rescued two injured comrades. Typically quiet about his war years, Judge Dowling would say little about the event, describing it tersely: "We were under attack and these fellows got wounded and I went out and got them out, back to a medic. It was under fire, but I got away with it."
Private Dowling was wounded twice in the war, the more serious injury occurring in April 1945 during the invasion of Germany. "The war was rapidly ending," he said in a 2002 interview. "We were liberating towns. They were happy to see us and not the Russians."
He was a member of an infantry anti-tank unit, which set up a 57-mm gun on a road near the town of Unter Gruppenbach. An approaching German tank blew up the gun. Private Dowling and two other men were hit, and a fourth man was killed. Injured seriously enough to have been given the Last Rites, Private Dowling was sent to Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, D.C., to recover, and was discharged from the Army in July.
Though he won the Soldiers Medal, two Purple Hearts, the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, and other commendations, Judge Dowling rarely talked of his war exploits and did not even receive his medals until 40 years after the war - and then, only because his son, Michael, researched and requested them from the Army.
Asked once about his war record, he replied, "You want a war record? Go see Dom Bedini. He jumped at D-Day."
As for himself, "I was in the service - period."

Late in life, when efforts were being made to record the experiences of Ridgefield soldiers in World War II, Judge Dowling allowed Press editor Macklin Reid to interview him on his service. He spoke little of the battle exploits, and much of the lighter incidents in the war.
"We never did hit a tank," he admitted with a gleam in his eye. "My first shot with the anti-tank gun, I missed the tank and hit a house and it went through the basement. And you know what came out? Four hundred chickens! So after that, everyone in my unit would say, ‘Hit another house!' They liked dead chicken meat."
Probate victory
After his discharge, Judge Dowling obtained a law degree from Fordham University, and spent three years as an FBI agent in Illinois and Texas. He returned to town in 1951 and accomplished the then incredible: As a Democrat he was elected judge of probate, defeating the well-known Republican attorney Michael Bruno in a largely Republican town. The last Democrat to hold that office had been in 1879, and none has held it since.
"The response of townspeople to his candidacy must warm this young man's heart and give him renewed inspiration to pursue his career with vigor and enthusiasm," a Press editorial commented at the time. "During his school years here, Eddie Dowling worked hard. He clerked in a grocery store to earn money to continue his education in teachers college and later law school. Here is a local boy who has made good, a youth who, by diligent application to a program of study and work, has demonstrated that Ridgefield boys and girls need not necessarily go far afield to make their way in life."

Judge Dowling continued to practice law here for most of the next half-century. Many young attorneys began their careers working in his office, including Joseph Egan, the current probate judge, Romeo Petroni and Sue Reynolds, both of whom later became Superior Court justices, George M. Cohan, and Jane Belote.
Townie
At Monday's funeral Judge Egan called Judge Dowling "one of the best known and beloved people in Ridgefield." Describing him as a "townie in the true sense of the word," he said "Ed was great to and for the town of Ridgefield."
"His life had its ups and downs," he added. "He handled them all with class and dignity."
Jane Belote said, "More than any other attorney I have ever known, John Dowling truly loved the law and enjoyed being a lawyer. As a summer intern in his office I discovered that, despite the roguish sense of humor and abundant Irish charm, he brought to his practice not only a keen analytic mind but also understanding, concern and tolerance for his often colorful clients.
"Unusual things happened regularly in John Edward's life," Attorney Belote said. "Every day was an opportunity for adventure."
Pam Allen, who had been his legal secretary on and off for more than 30 years, said "he was a great boss. He was a legend. There won't be another like him, ever."
Many remember him also as a caring man, who often used his legal skills to assist people in need. "He's helped Ridgefield a lot," The Press once said in an editorial. "He's one of the nicest guys in town, and if somebody needs a lawyer and can't afford to pay, he's the one most apt to help."

Judge Dowling served the community as a member of the Board of Finance in the 1960s and the Veterans Park School Building Committee in the 1950s. He was appointed town attorney, both in the 1950s and in the late 1960s, and was frequently a moderator of town meetings. From 1959 to 1961, he was chief prosecutor in the Danbury Circuit Court, now the Superior Court.
He was one of the founders and a director of the Village Bank and Trust Company.
Judge Dowling was a longtime member of the Ridgefield Volunteer Fire Department, and had served as a trustee for many years. At one point, he acquired an antique Seagraves fire engine, which he outfitted with church pews and used to haul fans to football games at Immaculate High School in Danbury. He later gave the truck to the Ridgefield Volunteer Fire Department, which used it for parts in restoring and maintaining its 1931 Seagraves, which is used in parades.
He had been active at St. Mary's Church where, in 1962, he chaired the committee that helped persuade voters to provide school bus transportation to St. Mary's School in the days before state law required public busing of private school children.
In 2002, the Ridgefield Old Timers honored him at its annual awards banquet. Last May, he was a grand marshal of the Memorial Day Parade.

He enjoyed golf, and played frequently with other leaders of the business and professional community. He was a member of the Silver Spring Country Club for many years.
Famed for his sharp, wry wit, Judge Dowling regaled many with tales from his long career. Some described his FBI days, such as the time, in a Midwestern field, he stalked a criminal who turned out to be a scarecrow. Some told of unusual legal cases, such as the Bethel woman who left her sizable estate to a name she discovered using a Ouija board. And many were about life in Ridgefield, such as the time a well-known clergyman, who had been complaining for weeks about a pothole at a local gas station, grabbed a pole and went "fishing" in it to emphasize his point.
When he was in his 70s, Judge Dowling lived for a number of years at Ballard Green, which he called "Geritol Gardens" and where he was still practicing law. One of the few single men living at the senior citizen community, he used to quip, "I never lock my door because there are 50 women watching it at all times."
He had been a member of the Ridgefield Housing Authority for several years while at Ballard Green.
Judge Dowling's wife, the former Regina Marie Malkiewicz, died in 1972. They met when he was an FBI agent in Chicago.

He is survived by eight children and their spouses: Mary and Carl Marino of Scottsdale, Ariz., Michael and Susan Dowling of Fairfield, Claire and Nick Deane of Montauk, N.Y., Margaret and Rick Thurston of Wellington, Fla., Theresa and Brian Phillips of Wilton, Joseph Dowling of Ridgefield, Anthony and Kristie Dowling of Raleigh, N.C., and John Jr. and Joanne Dowling of Fairfield; 12 grandchildren; and a sister, Mary Zandri of Rapid City, S.D.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday in St. Mary's Church.
Contributions in his memory may be made to the Ridgefield Volunteer Fire Department, 6 Catoonah Street, Ridgefield.
The Kane Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. -Jack Sanders, The Ridgefield Press February 2004

Son, Joseph Dowling () says, "He [John Edward Dowling] recieved several prestigeous medals for saving badly wounded soldiers while being shot at. Unfortunately he was blown up badly twice and pronounced dead on the battlefield by a preist. He had several impressive careers after that but always suffered from severe PTSD and bi polar mood swings despite being brilliant and charming during the day time. "
 
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97 "Stottesdon and Farlow" Jordan, John (I21969)
 
98 "THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOHN MARRON are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved wife, Ellen, in move from his residence, 45 ???-Street, Paddington. THIS (Monday) Afternoon, at half-past 9 o#clock, to Waverley Cemetery, CHARLES KINSELA 115 Oxfords-St, near Crown-St. and ??? George-St." Dowling, Ellen (I22801)
 
99 "The Guiding Star" Dowling, John (I4186)
 
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