Thomas Mangan was born in IRL 1830/ place not known. He immigrated and married (we believe in NY). He had several children ; His first wife was Mary King/Kane? who passed in 1869 and he then married Mary Duffy. Thomas' children were;
My husband's 3rd gr grandparents, William Savage b. 1816 Ards, d. 4 Jan 1864 in Amherst Isle, Canada, and Margaret Kerr b. 1813 Antrim, d. 24 Jul 1849 Amherst Isle, Canada. Margaret's parents were Nathaniel Kerr and Mary Unknown.
William and Margaret were having children in the 1840's in Amherst Isle.
My husband's 2nd great grandparents were Thomas Fitzgerald b. abt 1819 Ireland, and Catherine Doigan (sp?...Duggan?) b. abt 1826 in Ireland. They are in Fitchburg, Massachusetts by 1855 when son is born. Thomas' death record in 1889 lists father as Garrett Fitzgerald.
Can anyone help with a question re the 1901 census re the Doherty's, house 6 Coolacussane, is the house still there and if so where exactly.
Thanks in advance.
My husband's 2nd great grandmother, Margaret Logan, was born in County Cavan on Aug 1, 1825. She emigrated to New Brunswick, Canada in 1850. In 1853, she married William H. McLeod. She died in 1903 and is buried in Saint John, New Brunwick.
James Craig migrated to Bradford, Yorkshire in the 1840s and he and his family appear in the 1851 census for Bradford mostly described as textile workers. His DoB is 1804/5. All family born Ireland but the name indicates a possible Scottish origin. Also in the next street in Bradford a Robert Craig and family but this second family might not be related but they were also textile workers.Roberts DoB 1786.
Looking for infomation on my greatx4 grandfather. James Middleton born 1802 in Ireland, county not known. Lived in Pytchley Northamptonshire UK. Married 1825 to Martha Whitney. Died 1843 in Pytchley Northamptonshire.
Hope you can help
I am trying to find out who might have the burial records for Ardrahan Cemetery. I am looking for a James Carr, born about 1835, died Sept. 26, 1912 Killamoran, Gort, Co. Galway. It was said he was buried in this cemetery but so far I cannot find anyone who knows where the records are. I would appreciate any help anyone might give me.
I would appreciate any information on these families. Joseph Neill was born in Dublin, March 4, 1795. He was the son of William Neill who married Mary Nelson. William went to America but returned about 1790 to be on the Linen Board of Trade. Joseph married Margretta McClatchy? a scholar and noted singer. Joseph probably owned a good deal of land or rented it near Ballybay, Co.
Dear Ballinasloe Researchers,
I had a wonderful visit to Ballinasloe last summer and would love to know more about my family that originates from the Ballinasloe area. I would greatly appreciate any help you can provide as I seek more information about my great-great grandfather, John Manion (possibly spelled Mannion) and his wife, Alice Raftery (possibly spelled Rafferty).