Connick family of Kilbraney buried in Ballyanne RC cemetery

My great great great grandparents Eugene (Owen) Connick (born about 1773, died in 1834 and buried in Ballyanne) and Emelie Anastasia O'Neill (still alive in 1834) lived in Kilbraney which I believe is in the parish of Clongeen, county Wexford; they were Roman Catholics. One of their sons, Owen Thomas, migrated to Canada before 1839 as he was sworn justice of peace in that year in Perce (Quebec), Canada. He was said to have been baptized in Sutton Parish around 1815-1818. Two other children had least Denis who died before 1834 and Catherine (1814-1825).  I have a list of male ancestors for Eugene but they were transmitted by oral tradition. Eugene would be son of Michael (?-1817), Michael would be son of Walter (?-1772), Walter would be son of Eugenius Thomas (?-1724), Eugenius Thomas would be son of Eugenius (?-1688). I would like to have any information on descendants or ascendants. Thank you so much.


Since i first posted this (the text above) on the Clongeen site, I got more information from the release of the Catholic records. Although I thought the Catholic baptisms could be in Cushintown or Sutton parish, I found my ancestor Thomas baptized on February 8, 1814 in Adamstown. I also found the baptism of his sister Bridget on May 20th 1818, of his brother Denis on November 4th 1823 (he died on April 19th 1827 in Kilbraney), of his brother James baptised on September 24th 1820 and of a sister Margret baptized on March 14th 1826. I have not yet been able to link his brother Walter born 1812, his brother Simon or his brother Michael (probably the eldest as he was named after his grandfather Connick). Thanks for any one who would have a hint. I have consulted the Tithe Applotments as well as the Griffits Valuation.


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Date of Birth 1st Feb 1814
Date of Death 4th Aug 1877

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