Oh, please, the site is not a rip off.Where else can you pull certs for that pittance, short of renting numerousparish films -- no where?The real trick is to have parents' names so you can confirm the cert.And it helps to narrow down the parents' given name via the childrens' names in birth order.
And when did you ever mention Ballybricken?Have you rented those films?
I have Kenny and Kenneys --- used interchangeably during the same timeframes near the Westmeath/Mth border.I wouldn't put any thought into who/why someones uses an "e" ... right down to my co-clerk a Kilkenney ... whose father claimed such distinction, only to see the IRE docs never used an "e."
Why don't you post the two certs to this forum in case they could help others down the road?
Catholic Church of the Most Holy Trinity Without (Ballybricken), Waterford City.
http://thedunfordfamily.com/index.htmlhttp://thedunfordfamily.com/index.html (...Waterford City area from throughout the 19th century, specifically records from the Catholic Parishes of Ballybricken, St John’s, St Patrick’s & St Olave’s and the Parish of the Holy Trinity, which includes St Stephen’s and St Michael’s. St Michael’s Church was incorporated with the Holy Trinity in 1815.)
I like Bridget Kenney ... I'd like her even better if she served as godparent to Tom's kids?Do you have those CAN certs?(No Bridget's in rootsireland.ie in Waterford)What did the Couglins name their children?Any boys named the same as the Kenneys?