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Am looking for family of Robert Whinery  born about 1717, father Patrick Whinery born about 1687. Patrick died at sea on return to Ireland after bringing sons  Robert and Patrick, Jr. to the Colony of Delaware, America, in 1738.  His widow and other children remained in Ireland.

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Hi.

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Northern Ireland.
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Whinery

I am a descendant of Robert Whinery. My mother documented our family tree all the way back to his immigration to the US. I am JUST beginning to go through her box of documents and to organize all of her material ... My sisters and I are descendants of a granddaughter (I believe) of Mr. Whinery, named Sarah Cornelias, born August 26, 1856. I look forward to this journey as I dig through this box!

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