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Do you know approximately when Elizabeth Tyner was born? Who did she marry, when and where? Did she have children (names, dates)?
This additional information can help pinpoint where in the over 400 years of Irish history to begin looking.
Thanks so much. I will check the records tomorrow and see what I can find.
I'm so sorry but there is no information in any of the databases or publications about Elizabeth Tyner. I've taken the extra time to check alternate spellings of her name and checked records from 1830-1850 for her birth. There also isn't record of their marriage or birth of Mary Ann.
There were three church records for Tyners born 1834-1845 in Cork: Thomas in 1835, William in 1841, and Richard in 1844. No girls at all.
I'm so very sorry that no names of her parents were available.
Do you know where in Cork she was born?
How sure are you of the date?
Was she Roman Catholic?
The civil record of her marriage should list her father's name at least.
Thank you for the additional information. There is no record in any of my databases or books. In the 1870s when the Church of Ireland ceased to be the state religion, all parish records were supposed to be turned over to the state record office. Sadly those records were all destroyed in the 1922 fire. Some parish records were never turned in and still remain in local custody. You would need to know what parish Elizabeth Tyner was baptised in, and seek the permission of the local rector to look for her baptism record.
You're welcome to the help I provided, which was hours of work looking for Elizabeth Tyner. However, I'm not paid unless you provide a positive rating for the work I did. I'm sorry the records do not exist to tell who her parents were. However, that isn't my fault. It happens in genealogy, and doesn't mean that I didn't help you. Knowing that there are no records is indeed "help" even if you aren't happy with the information. Please don't shoot the messenger.