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Recently family members have suggested that:
Mary Anne "Annie" Woodfine who married Thomas Fahey married a Woodrow/Woodford as well. It is also quite possible that he could be named Patrick.
Here is all the background info
Mary Anne "known as Annie only" Woodfine baptized Aug 13, 1865 at Corpus Christi Church in Northern Bay, parents Solomon Woodfine and Mary Emberly married Nov 22, 1857.
Annie married Thomas Fahey Jan 16, 1888 at Corpus Christi. They had two children:
Juli Ann "Julia" Fahey believed to be born 1886 baptised Sept 23, 1888 at Corpus Christi, (records state born in Northern Bay) Julia married John Kehoe of Red Head Cove.
Edward Fahey baptized Oct 29, 1890 at Corpus Christi, (records state born in Gull Island), Edward married Ellen Riggs, and they lived in Gull Island
Thomas Fahey was either the son of:
Thomas Fahey baptized Oct 7, 1866 to John or Thomas (in records recorded as John most of the time, but on Thomas’ baptism father is listed as Thomas) Fahey married to Catherine Heggington
Thomas Fahey baptized April 25, 1858 to Thomas Fahey married to Emma Pico
It is also believed that Annie Woodfine had a daughter Mary. I have yet to find a Mary Fahey born to Annie and Thomas, Mary could be a Woodrow/Woodford if she did indeed remarry.
I am looking for any info that can either prove or disprove the above. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Area of Research:Conception Bay
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