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Hanora "Hannah" Walsh/Welch (married Hazlett)

Hanora "Hannah" Walsh/Welch (married Hazlett) 1848

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Hanora "Hannah" WALSH / WELCH was born in 1848 at Ballymacoda, Lady's Bridge Parish, County Cork, Ireland.

Her parents were John and Johanna (BARRY) WALSH

The Walsh family was Catholic. She and her parents emigrated to the USA on the ship, "Ashburton" from Liverpool, England. They arrived in New York on 22 January 1853. The family took the surname "Welch" after they arrived in the USA.

The family first settled in Lagro, Indiana, where her father died in 1860. Later, the family moved to Janesville, Wisconsin.

In 1871, Hanora married Alexander C. HAZLETT. He was born in County Monaghan, Ireland in 1842.

The couple had five children:

Martha, b. 1873 in Wisconsin

John, b 1875 in Wisconsin

Mary, b. 1877 in Wisconsin

Cora, b.1883 in Iowa

Mable, b. 1889 in Kansas


Hanora (Walsh/Welch) Hazlett died at the age of 47 on December 14, 1895/96, and is buried in Mount Liberty Cemetery, Ottawa County, Kansas.



Find a Grave: Hanora "Hanah" Welsh HAZLETT

Obituary of Alexander Hazlett

1880 US Census, Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin 


Posted by JMS.  This is not my ancestor









Additional Information
Date of Birth 1st Jan 1848
Date of Death 14th Dec 1896


  • Hi Jim,


    Found a little information for you on the family.

    Hanora's parents John Walsh and Johanna Barry married in Ladysbridge on 13th October 1839 - see link on the free website     

    They had 4 children
    John born 28th January 1841 in Ladysbridge
    Mary born 6nd February 1843 in Ladysbridge
    Hanora born 2 August 1848 in Ladysbridge
    Michael J born 14th December and looks like he was born in England 

    Jim, I could find nothing on their immigration to America.

    Good luck with your research


    Phyl  IrelandXO Volunteer


    Clonpriest, IrelandXO Volunteer

    Monday 26th February 2024 11:44PM

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