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red mail decendants of John & Jane (Frazer) ROBB
looking for decendants or relatives of John & Jane (Frazer) Robb married 1856 in Parish Tartarghan, County Armagh had three sons immigrated to the USA in 1881Robert Henry and twins John & Alexander. Known fourth son Thomas James date of birth 3/15/1868 born in Keady, County Armagh. any decendants of Thomas James Robb please contact USA relative. looking forward to locating distant relatives Sharon
Sleater Private James Sleater of Keady, Armagh, b. 1895 at Enniskillen, son of James and Elizabeth Sleater of Cappy Street, Ravenhill Road, Belfast, served with the North Irish Horse (and Royal Irish Fusiliers) in France where he was mortally wounded in November 1917. If anyone has a photo of him, especially in uniform, we would love a copy. Also photos of any other person who served in the NIH in WW1 would be most welcome.
red mail Cassidy of keady, Armagh
Hi trying to find any info on my G/father JOSEPH P CASSIDY & his family. he died around 1936 and believe he is buried in Keady Cathedral. He served with the Connaught Rangers and had a sister Mary MacCardle who lived at Church st, Keady. She had a son John & daughter Mary. We have very little info on him, he had a brother Michael Cassidy who emigrated to Brooklyn and joined the police there. Just starting my search so any advice info would be very welcome as over in Australia !!
red mail Descendants
My husband's grandfather, Francis (Frank) McCooey, was born in Keady, Armagh Ireland in 1872. His parents were John McCooey and Rose McShane. They had several children. Many immigrated to America, as did Frank. We would love to hear from any descendants who might be stilling living in that area. Thank you
red mail sheridan james alphonses
searching for any information on james sheridan married sarah hughes when his wife died around 1932 his children were scattered trying to trace his whereabouts after this time he left six children frank kathleen pat eva rosleen and john
red mail Keating and Short families from Keady and Derrynoose
My GGG grandparents were James Keating and Susan Short. Their sons Francis (b. 1936) and John (b. 1848) were baptized in the Derrynoose RC Parish. I am not sure whether that means the church was in Derrynoose or could have been in Keady town. My GG grandfather was their son Andrew Keating (b. abt 1835 (no baptismal record available). Probably all who of the family who were alive around 1855 emigrated then to New York City and lived there the rest of their lives. These Keatings and Shorts probably equate or were close relatives of the Keatings in Clay Townland of Keady civil Parish in Griffiths Valuation. They were probably related or associated with Flanagans also listed in Griffiths in Clay townland. I will visit Keady in Sep 2007. I would like to correspond or meet with anyone interested in genealogy of these families or locale.
red mail Mitchell Family in Keady
I am looking for any information on the Mitchell family. This family was founded in Canada by the late Allen Mitchell, of Maryborough, who came to Canada from the neighborhood of Keady, Co. Armagh, Ire., on the sailing vessel Miltiades, leaving Belfast, Ire. , on May 8th, 1846. After an ocean voyage of six weeks, and a subsequent journey up the St. Lawrence, they set. in Montague Tp., about ten miles from Smith's Falls, but not finding the soil and other conditions satisfactory, in 1849, they sent their son Alexander to Maryborough Tp. ANy inforamtion would be appreciated.
Jane Eliza Gallagher, christened 15 nov 1835 Keady parish church. Daughter of William and Hester. Married Robert FitzSimons 22 Feb 1854 Keady parish church. Anyone help with more info?

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