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Migrated to/Born in USA

Birth Name: Michael Eugene Madden

Birth date: Feb 24 1817     Birth place: Corry, Ireland    

Corry is in the Electoral Division of Mahanagh, in Civil Parish of Inishmagrath, in the Barony of Drumahaire, in the County of Leitrim

The Irish name for Corry is An Choraidh

Additional Information
Date of Birth 24th Feb 1817
Date of Death 29th Mar 1883
Occupation Occupation: Laborer Mansfield, Richland, Ohio, United States Death date: Mar 29 1883 Death place: Mansfield, Richland, Ohio, USA Burial place: Mansfield, Richland, Ohio, United States
Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname) His wife: Hannorah, Annorah, Anna, Nora, Welsch born in 1833 - Ireland, United Kingdom married in 1855 - Ireland, United Kingdom died in 1910 - Mansfield City, Richland, Ohio, United States
Number of Siblings His brother born in 1827 - Ballinafad, Aghanagh, Sligo, Ireland His sister born in 1824 - Ballinafad, Aghanagh, Sligo, Ireland
First Child His son born in 1861 - Newville, Richland, Ohio, United States died in 1934 - Mansfield City, Richland, Ohio, United States
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  • I may also have an ancestor born in Aghanagh, Sligo. I have a document verifying the Nangle family lived in Muhry, Toomour, Sligo in the late 1840's, just prior to immigration to the US. However, I have also found a birth record for an Honora Nangle in Aghanagh in 1806. I am unsure if she is the same person who married Michael Boyle and emigrated to the state of Wisconsin along with two brothers, James and Michael Nangle, and a sister, Hester Nangle. Another brother, Patrick Nangle, emigrated about the same time but stayed on in the Boston area with two daughters. My GGG Grandmother Honora later reported a birthdate closer to 1810; the Honora Nangle born in 1806 in Aghanagh may have been a cousin. Other Nangle families are found in Griffiths Valuation. 



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