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Hi, Paula

 Good to hear from you.  I have joined up with your site and have posted a message: it relates to the Fyans family.  I don?t hold out much hope for any responses as there has been a lot of research done already.  It appears that the family were mainly itinerant or visiting farm workers and, although there were a number of births and marriages, the records in Athenry have been lost.  But thank you for the opportunity to put my quest onto another forum where someone might be able to shed a little light on this corner of the family tree.

Best wishes


Brian Millane


P.S.  My Millane family are from around Clountra in East Clare ? not far from Limerick city.

Paula Kennedy

Friday 10th Feb 2012, 03:19PM

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  • Brian

    not sure what exactly you are looking for but I enclose a link to the 1911 census.…


    Jim Vaughan.


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    Friday 23rd Jan 2015, 08:52PM
  • HI,

    I am descended from the Millanes in Cloontra. Michael Millan(e) and Mary Lynch were married about 1833 and had 6 children (Mary, John, Michael, Patrick, Thomas, and Ellen). The family emigrated to Pennsylvania, USA in 1853. The daughter Mary was my 2nd great grandmother, and I have cousins descended from her brother Michael and sister Ellen. I would love to connect with anyone from the Millane/Mullane family. My mom's DNA is uploaded to all of the usual sites, (Mary Bragg Lewis). Please contact me directly at




    Monday 5th Jun 2023, 06:33PM

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