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    Help transcribing residence name (Ireland)

    I've got a marriage record in Arles, Laois, and was hoping someone could help me with the residence name. It doesn't look like anything I recognize and the best I can think of is perhaps Kenilworth (Dublin) but the first letter seems to be an "L". Anyway, I'm stumped and any help is sincerely appreciated, thanks for reading.

    Residence name appears after sponsor Margaret Price:
    Screen Shot 2019-03-23 at 12.54.10 PM.png
    Y DNA E-V13>Z5018>S2979>Z16659>S2972* John Saunders unknown birthdate, died 1840 in Kings Bromley, Staffordshire, England.
    MtDNA U5a2c3a Betty Hallissy b.1801 Passage West, Cork, Ireland

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    Hi
    these are frustrating, I have run into more than a few on my stuff

    just a guess, for whatever its worth

    I think there are 9 letters in this word, possibly 8 due to the 5th and 6th ones (r & s) perhaps being 1 not 2 letters, could be an n
    ...anyway, I thought the first letter might be a J or a capital i, I am not sure I would guess K as the most likely

    so........
    J e n e r s a t h
    J e n e n a t h
    J e n e n e t h

    I e n e r s a t h

    in any case, those are my blind guesses, hope you figure this one out!

    Mike
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    looks like it ends in "rath" there are many places in -rath.

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    @MikeWhalen Frustrating for sure and thank you for your help. I agree that "K" isn't likely at all, judging from other names written in the book it is certainly not "K". Judging, again, from the other names in the book the first letter is written differently from "S" but could certainly pass for "J" and even a "T" (images provided). Looking around the map in Laois I've found a Tennisrath only about 4 miles from Arles, this seems likely. Thanks again!

    "Thomas (Thos.) Doyle"
    Screen Shot 2019-03-23 at 5.35.25 PM.png

    "Julia"
    Screen Shot 2019-03-23 at 5.37.03 PM.png

    "Sally"
    Screen Shot 2019-03-23 at 5.38.06 PM.png

    @Plysteen You are quite right, thank you, it does appear to end in "rath". I think I've narrowed down to Tennisrath, about 4 miles from Arles, thank you again for your help!
    Y DNA E-V13>Z5018>S2979>Z16659>S2972* John Saunders unknown birthdate, died 1840 in Kings Bromley, Staffordshire, England.
    MtDNA U5a2c3a Betty Hallissy b.1801 Passage West, Cork, Ireland

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    Wish I could help, but I just wanted to say, hey, your mtDNA haplogroup is U5a2c3a. Small world!
    It sure is a small world, hello very distant cousin!
    Y DNA E-V13>Z5018>S2979>Z16659>S2972* John Saunders unknown birthdate, died 1840 in Kings Bromley, Staffordshire, England.
    MtDNA U5a2c3a Betty Hallissy b.1801 Passage West, Cork, Ireland

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