Haren of Tullaghaboy
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- Haren of Tullaghaboy
Would like to connect with Haren / Harhen's of Tullaghaboy. The Tithe Applotment Lists, one Daniel Haren living there in 1826. Like to build on this family line with other Haren's.
Irish EyesTuesday 22nd May 2012, 06:45PM
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If you are interested in finding some more information about your Haren/Harhen's ancestors, please be sure to let me know. Hopefully, someone in the local community will be able to let you know about any Haren/Harhen's still living in the area.
You might find these links of interest: http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/surname/index.cfm?fuseaction=Go.&UserID=
http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/surname/index.cfm?fuseaction=Go.&UserID= The name Harhen is found 100% in County Clare in the mid-19th century. You will also find the variant spelling of the two names on these links.
You could also check the 1901/1911 census records for an idea of where these families were in Ireland at this time: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/search/
Please make sure you link anyone else in your family who is interested in their Irish heritage to our site - and indeed anyone else you know of Irish heritage.
Genealogist (Ireland XO)
There re school records available through the Clare county library website for Kinturk National School. You will note that there are quite a few Harhens there from tullaghaboy. This particular website is a very good place to start as you can look through Griffith's Valuation books and the 1901 census.
Just for your reference, tullaghaboy is in the parish of Kilmaley, about 10 miles south west of Ennis.
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GDAY Irish Eyes:)
I have a Direct Line of HAREN from Inagh/Milltown Malbay that came to Australia in 1860s Wonder if they connect to your HAREN....My ggrandmother was BRIDGET HAREN born circa 1840, Her 2 Sisters ANNIE and KATE came here and Also Mother HANORAH...their father was JOHN Apparently there may have been more siblings , a brother THOMAS a school teacher in Clare
Sorry to disappoint you : ( ... it's Marie again. I'm like a bad penny turning up on every genealogy website!!
Still hunting the Haren's of Tullaghaboy!!
I wish you well,
Here we are, the usual Haren suspects: Cathy, Marie and me, all searching Haren's of Tullaghaboy!
Yep, 'here we are' is right Liz. We Haren hunters are everywhere!!
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