searching for john Copeland, Lea, Kilbride IrelandQueens county zns son Robert both in R I Constabulary

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Hi Ethel, Nice to meet you :)

I tried to add a link to John's profile to your post but I ran into a multitude of profiles by that name on your watch-list.  There were some duplicates so I proposed some merges to help fix those.  If you are able to edit your post and at the bottom add the id# for John's profile that would be great.

While editing, if you can review the title of the post and try to make it more understandable that would also help.

Any details you can add will assist the people searching for answers...try to include dates, places, anything you know that could identify the right information.

I hope this is helpful and that we are able to find what you seek.

Cheers!
Do you have any birth year, or marriage years for Robert or John Copeland? Did they live in Ireland all their lives or did the emigrate to another location? If so, where would that be?

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Wikipedia has it that what used to be called Queens County is now called County Laois, Ireland. 

John Copeland

Ireland, Valuation Office Books

Name John Copeland
Event Type Land Assessment
Event Date 1842
Event Year 1842
Event Place Kilbride, County Laois, Ireland
Event Place (Original) kilbride, Lea, Portnahinch, Queen's, Ireland
Affiliate Record Type Field Books
Townland kilbride
County Queen's
Parish Lea
Barony Portnahinch

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Ireland, Valuation Office Books, 1831-1856

GS Film Number 007250644
Digital Folder Number 007250644
Image Number 00016

Citing this Record

"Ireland, Valuation Office Books, 1831-1856," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVMG-R34D : 5 December 2016), John Copeland, 1842; from “Griffith's Valuation 1847-1864,” database and images, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2014); citing Kilbride, County Laois, Ireland, Field Books, various libraries, offices, and a private collection.

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