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Clancy's in Macroom 1895

25-Sep-23 09:57
Macroom (Cork), Cork 2 Denise:
by Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘ 25-Sep-23 12:55

Mahony/O'Mahony Reenogreena/Glandore

22-Sep-23 19:57
Kilfaughnabeg (Cork), Cork 5 https://civilrecords.irishgene
by Eileen 24-Sep-23 21:49

Thomas Mason Born 1815 Mitchelstown Meath

19-Sep-23 16:24
Ballygiblin Mitchelstown (Cork), Cork 2 Dotty:
by Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘ 19-Sep-23 20:39

Looking for Mansfield connection in Cork pre-1844 (Richard, Mary, Francis Henry & Richard Mansfield)

12-Sep-23 07:09
Cork 2 Hi Lea
by Lilly 21-Sep-23 12:42

What Became of the Townland of Loughloun in Clonmeen Civil Parish in County Cork ?

31-Aug-23 02:17
Clonmeen (Cork), Cork 3 Margot,
by Timothy 31-Aug-23 14:40

Family farm

26-Aug-23 14:27
Clonmeen (Cork), Cork 4
by Carolyn 27-Aug-23 5:49

St. Lachteen's Cemetery, Grenagh

23-Aug-23 14:12
Grenagh (Cork), Cork 2  Hello Donna,
by Clonpriest 23-Aug-23 15:24

Fam of Patrick Stack (born about 1820) & his wife Catherine (born about 1833)

23-Aug-23 00:32
Kerry, Kilmoyly (Kerry), IrelandXO, IrelandXO Updates, All, Kilmoyly (Kerry), Ardfert (Kerry), Ballincuslane (Kerry), Kilcolman Costello (Mayo), Mayo, Loughrea (Galway), Dingle or Daingean Uí Chúis in the Irish (Kerry), Milltown (Galway), Cork, Galway, Galway 12 Yes, a genealogist I worked wi
by MF 28-Aug-23 4:22

Denis Nowlan and Jane Dowd born c. 1800

23-Jul-23 05:31
Listowel (Kerry), Cork, Galey (Kerry), Kerry, Kerry 2 Hi Kiwibird56, 
by James Cussen 26-Jul-23 21:15

Paul Kingston born 1809 in Cork County, Ireland

19-Jul-23 02:08
Drimoleague (aka Dromdaleague) (Cork), Cork 2 MaryLou,
by Carolyn 19-Jul-23 6:29

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