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Patrick Thomas Noonan from Galbally

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Looking for information on Patrick Thomas Noonans death. Patrick was born Jan/10/1843 in Galbally son of Kennedy Noonan {son of Kennedy Nunan/Noonan & Eliza Ryan} and Catherine Casey. Siblings were Bridget, Honora, Kennedy,Mary, Richard,Denis,Christopher,Thomas, and Michael. Patrick married Ellen Casey in Kilfinane.

Patrick and Ellen had 12 children. Maurice,Honora,Kennedy,Johanna,Denis,Patrick,Josephine,Mary,William,Bridget,Julia, and Mary.

Working on nothing but myths

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Hello. I'm Dennis Neal -- full name Charles Dennis Neal -- and I am supposed to have ancestors in Dromore. I have very little information to go on. My family line of Neals appeared in Kentucky in the USA in the 1730s, with nothing much else as precis. Any information is appreciated.


Family history

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Searching for birth, family or marriage details for Mary Fitzgerald, born approx 1780 "native place Wicklow", married John Field. Mary was transported on the Asia in 1830 aged 50. She was convicted in Dublin City 27 May 1829 for receiving stolen flour. Mary received a Ticket of Leave in Sydney 1832 & Maitland 1835. Two sons Thomas born 1808/1809 Dublin & William born 1810 (?) Dublin were transported to Australia on the Cambridge in 1827, 3 years before Mary was transported.

Elizabeth Shea

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Hi, my great grandmother Elizabeth May (nee Shea) was born in County Cork in 1854.  She married my great grandfather William May also from County Cork on 7 Feb 1880 in Melbourne, Victoria Australia. Their marriage certificate states that Elizabeth's parents were Denis Shea a farmer from Ireland and Johanna Shea (nee Twomey) from Ireland.  Elizabeth died in Melbourne on 15 March 1896.


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Hello, Looking for information on john clement callanan b 1832 his father patrick callanan b 1800 married to catherine shealds b 1803, could be dalystown loughrea area? thank you

Family Tree

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I am looking for family information of my great-grandparents, Edward Joseph Downs and Mary Meehan.  They were married in Killasser Parish in 1863.  Edward was born October 10, 1834 and Mary was born October 15, 1838 in County Mayo.  They left for America in 1863.  Their parents ere Patrick Downs and Ann Flynn, Thomas Meehan and Mary Durkin.


First Ireland Inquiry - Family: KEATING

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John Keating (born 13 Jan 1839 in Loughrea, Galway County, Ire.; died 14 Nov 1908 Tarrytown, NY USA), my great grandfather, arrived in the USA in 1864 and promptly joined the Union Army in New York City to fight in the Civil War (North vs South).  He left the Army in 1865 and married Hannah Daly (born 1 Apr 1851 or 5 Dec 1834; died 9 Oct 1916 Tarrytown NY, USA), who also came from Ireland (not sure where) on 14 Jan 1866 at St. Teresa's Church in Tarrytown, NY (their place of residence). 

Flahertys of Mincloon

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My grandfather is Bartley Flaherty, the oldest son of Martin Flaherty and Sarah Flynn listed in the 1901 census of Mincloon, Barna, Galway. I knew his brother Martin who also moved to Massachusetts (he married Nonie Faherty from same townland). My grandfather had at least 5 other siblings: Anne, Thomas, Patrick, Mary, and Bridget. I have a few family pictures taken at the family home in Mincloon, but would like to know more about my family.  Any suggestions of where I should look would be appreciated.


Diane Flaherty Martin

Martin Fleming and Mary (Haverty) Fleming

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Dwyer from Clonmel

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Mr great grandmother was from Clonmel , Mary Dwyer born abt 1885 in Irish Town.

She married Martin Quigley in St Peter and St Paul 7 jan 1905 then they settled in Thurles.

She had two sisters Lena and Katherine who emigrated to Australia, one of them married a "McInerney"

She possible also had a sister Anastasia Dwyer as she was a witness on the marriage cert.

Mary fell out with her family because Martin was a British Soldier and they didn't want her to marry him.

Would love to connect with anyone who thinks they may be related


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