Susan is my g grand mother left Ireland via Plymouth with parents John and Mary and brothers Michael, Patrick and James in Jan 1864 and came to Australia. She was born about 1850-52. Seeking any info of their history and other family who may have remained.
dominicwhiteTuesday 27th Aug 2013, 05:44AM
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My name is Faye. Patrick Keirce/Kearse is my great great grandfather. He is the son of Martin John Kierce/Kearse and Mary Leydon. He was born in 1828 or 1829 at Loughafolla (spelling may not be correct) Co Clare. He was baptised on 19th Maqrch 1829. Mary died between 1829 and 17th Jan 1832 when Martin (or John) married Margaret (Mary) Gylnn. I don't know much about Margaret. I know that Patrick married Bridget Morrissey in Gort Galway in c1855. They came to South Australia on the Fitzjames arriving in Adelaide 31st Dec 1855. They sailed from Southampton. I believe his brothers, John and Thomas came with them. I know they moved from Adelaide South Australia with the family in 1869. They moved to Eltham where they stayed.
It seems too much of a coincidence for my Patrick not to be your Patrick even though there are some difference in spelling of name and slight differences in dates. I have checked the shipping passenger lists so I know that Patrick and Bridget were on the Fitzjames. I will check again to see if Thomas and John were on it. Maybe they did not come to Adelaide until after Martin (John) and Margaret (Mary) moved.
I would love to hear from you to compare Family trees. My family tree is on Ancestry.com under the name of Faye Wilkes-Johnson.
Hi Faye, noce to hear from you.
We have two Glynn females in family. Susan Mary b 1850 d 19.09.1920 m 1878 to William White and
Mary Glynn b 1866 d 23.08.1950 m 26.03.1894 to Thomas White illigitamate son of William (above) and Agnes ? Gorman.
Marys father was Michael Glynn and mother Catherine McMahon.
Other names in family include Sarah Therry, numerous O'Neills, Cusack, Finn, McMahon and a bit further afield Wilson, Healy, O'Hearn.
If any of this means anything to you please let me know.
I will do some checking but although it looked promising I'm not sure it is the same family. Thank you for getting back so quickly. This Family herirage stuff is vey addictive once you start.
My research is showing that there is no apparent connection with your Glynn females. I guess we clutch at straws when we get hooked on Family heritage. I will keep checking. Good luck with your search.
Cantwells Memorials of the Dead (Clare)
Johanna Glynn (nee Quinn); 15/4/1820 (53)
erected by husband-John
Patrick Moloney; 8/1/1838 (19)
erected by parents- Patrick & Margaret Moloney (nee Glynn)
Eleanor Hynes-Noughaval- (nee Glynn); 14/3/1816 (33)
erected by husband-James-Tullycoin
Jack Mc Donald
Thanks Jack, will see if I can put it in perspective.
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