I would like some information on my ancestors the Hannon Family, if possible, please. I know some lived and are buried in Clonbur and that some were members of the RIC. I would like to get additional information on where they served in the RIC and where they originated and what happened when the RIC dispanded. Are there any decendents left in the region at this time who would like to make contact?
I have recently discovered several lines of my family tree that I didn't know about. One is that of a Great Great Grandmother, Honora Elizabeth Foley. She was born in Ireland in 1850, the daughter of Thomas Foley (b.1803) of Mount Unicke village and Bridget McGrath of Castlemartyr (b.1820). They were married at Killeagh Cross Roads, according to some information I have received. Is that a church or a place?
Looking for family from Mayo, Kilmayne Sligo etc,
RIPTON TULLY MCLOUGHLIN MCLOUGHLAND in 1850's moved to USA, LeRoy New York and Kalamazoo, Michigan
I have recently discovered that the roots of my husband's O'Hare family in Liverpool are in the Catholic Community of Warrenpoint Co Down. Michael O'Hare and Elizabrth McVey were married in Liverpool in 1871. They had several children including Thomas and Elizabeth whose children and grandchildren are thought to have visited the ancestral home in Co Down. I am anxious to verify that these people came from Warrenpoint and to trace any relevant baptismal certificates. Any relevant information would be very gratefully received.
My 3rd great grandfather, Daniel Cavanagh, gave St. Mary, Wexford as his parish when he joined the army in Cork in 1809. In November 1809, he married Margaret King, a girl from Lydney in the Forest of Dean, at St. Mary's church, Warwick. He was posted as a member of the 103rd regiment of foot to Guernsey, Channel Islands, where a son, James, was born, July 1811, The next sighting I have is 1816 in Quebec, Canada and the birth of a second son, Thomas. The regiment was reduced as surplus to requirements in 1817 and he was discharged, now a corporal, in October of that year.
I am looking for the ancestors and family of William Montgomery, b. 1705, Killycapple, Armagh, d. 1769 Killycapple, m. Margaret -. Their son John, b. 1746 Killycapple, d. 6 Feb. 1783 Lisdrumgullion, Newry, m. Margaret 1750-1831. Their daughter Martha, b. 1772 Newry, m. John Narwood/Norwood, b. 26 Mar. 1769, Foremark Parish, Ingleby, Derbyshire, England, d. Ireland. Family tradition states that John was in the British military serving in Ireland. John and Martha had 3 known children, Samuel, b. 3 July 1803, d. 10 Oct. 1879 Brooklyn, NY, Edward, b. 1805 and John Montgomery Norwood b.
Hi, I have been looking for information on my G.Grandmother Mary Agnes Lee. She was born in Tulla, County Clare around 1864 to John Frank Lee and Mary Elizabeth? nee Collins. We know that Mary came to New Zealand when she was 15 years old as she had lived here for 45 years when she died as a 60 year old under the name of Mary Agnes Crump. She had 4 sons and 5 daughters still living at the time of her death and was still married to William Crump (Jnr) Her mother Mary was living with her in New Zealand and the family are desperately trying to find any photos of the above family.
My maiden name is McNamee. My G Grandfather Bernard McNamee was born in Ontario and 1833/34. He married Bridget Kavanagh. Her father Garrett Kavanagh was born/ baptized in Borris, Ireland. Does anyone have any information about the Kavanaghs in Borris? I have some information.