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Enright

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I am looking for information on the family of John Enright born around 1815. ( also spelt Enwright).

He left Ireland around 1842, married Mary Hayes   Born around 1822  and came to the Niagara area of Canada (St.Catharines) 

John and Mary had six children all born in canada

Thomas 1847,  Anna 1852, Mary 1853, James J. jan 25th, 1859, Dennis 1860, William 1866

John was a skilled carpenter who worked on the Welland Canal s a teamster. He died in Canada in 1902.

 

 

Looking for Thomas Ormsby from Cork or Meath mid 1800s

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Below is the data I have so far. I am trying to find family info for Thomas Ormsby Born in 1803 in Ireland. Family tradition has it he was born in either Co. Cork or Westmeath.  Also I am not positive for the surname spellings for Hayes or Smith. Thomas Ormsby moved from Ireland to Elwood Indiana, USA around 1856 and is burried in Elwood IN.

Thanks:

CharO

Kokomo IN, USA

http://charocfl.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=charocfl&view=70&rep...

Looking for info on Mary MCLAUGHLIN & Richard HALE

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Hi, I am looking for info on Mary MCLAUGHLIN Richard HALE. Below is all the info I have so far:

http://charocfl.tribalpages.com/family-tree/charocfl/1825/1080/MaeMary-H...

Barnardo boys

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My gt.Grandparents, Arthur Smith and Ellen Armstrong, were wed at St. Matthews C of I, May 11,1889. According to the 1901 census, Ellen was the head of household at 14 Liffey St., mother of three sons. Arthur had joined the reserves(?) and died in 1900. She was dying with TB, and  signed her sons over to to Belfast Barnardo home. Arthur ( jr.) and his brother Robert arrived in Canada in 1907.

Keane family genealory

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My great grandfather was Matthew Keane, born June 1840, married to an Anne Quinlivan, ran a general store in Ennis and lived either in Ennis or Tulla, moved to New York in 1894. Their children baptised in Tulla church, records having been seen by an older relative on mine. Move to NYC dictated, according to family lore, to his position as an activist who partook of the No-Sales-to-British policy.

Seeking information on Catherine J. McCarthy

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My grandmother, Catherine J. McCarthy, was born in Kilfinane in April 1881.  Her parents were John McCarthy and Bridgit Griffin.  She immigrated to the United States around 1899 and was one of at least seven siblings.  I am seeking any information about the family.  She had at least two brothers, John and Joseph, who stayed in Ireland.  All of her sisters traveled to the US.  Thank you.

JOSEPH PATTERSON ABT 1808

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I am searching for family information on the Joseph Patterson family. Born about 1808 -possibly Dromara Parish. Married to Matilda Maqune. Father was Joseph Patterson. Believe his mother was Mary Rutherford. Believe he came to America abt 1858 possibly departed Liverpool on ship Napoleon. Settled in New Brunswick, NJ, USA Died in 1881 in New Brunswick, NJ. Children: Mary, Margaret ( gr grandmother), Joseph, John, Matilda and Thomas.

Any information on this family is greatly appreciated.

Taylor/Clarkson

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Elizabeth Taylor married Matthew Mark Clarkson of the 30th Foot in November 1844.  His father was Charles and their first son was named for him.  The second son was named Richard - possibly her father's name.  Looking for her family in Rathkeale.  She was born around 1826 (info from census).  They travelled all over the world, eventually settling in Leicester, England.   Three of their children state Ireland as birthplace:

Elizabeth Taylor, born Cork, 1854

Mary Ann Clarkson, born Dublin, 11857

Sarah Clarkson, 1860, Curry, Sligo

William Gilchrist County Antrim

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My Great Grandfather was William Gilchrist b 1858 County Antrim his father was Hugh Gilchrist and mother was Jane McNeice, William Gilchrist moved from Ireland to Scotland and married in 1881 to Agnes McMullen who was also born in Antrim Ireland, on their wedding certificate William was shown as a Widow but have been unable to discover who his first wife was.  the 1881 Scotland cencus shows William and Agnes living  Civil parish: Greenock Middle  County: Renfrewshire  but ny the 1891 the family had moved to England to West Ham, Essex.

Relatives of Matthew Keogh

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