CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
 
 
Browse Entries
Home
Help



Killaloe, Cill Dalua County Clare
 
Store this place
 
Google Map of Killaloe, Cill Dalua
 
Places within
1-15 of 15

Entries around

red mail Robert John Fraser
Robert was a medical doctor born in Killaloe in 1858. I believe his father John James Fraser was a clergyman and his mother Anna Florence (formerly Sandys). He Possibly spent time in India, prior to migrating to New Zealand where he married a Mary Jane Leach in 1895. I would be grateful for any information on this family.
red mail Looking for family of James Fitzgerald and Catherine Mullins
Sons of the above ,Michael and Patrick emigrated to Australia in 1859 aboard the Nimrod.Would be very interested to find any connection to or information about to my family in Ireland.Patrick Fitzgerald was my Great Great Grandfather.Patrick from Clare ,Catherine from Tipperary.
Toohey Mary to Australia
I am trying to find information on my great grandparents who migrated to Australia, I think in the 1880s, when they were in their 20s. Mary Toohey's death certificate 1916 indicates she was born in Killaloe, Co Clare. She married Patrick Corry (from Co Clare) in Sydney at St Mary's Cathedral in 1884. Her death certificate indicates her parents were Thomas Toohey and Kate Feeney, however the only immigration entry I can find indicates her parents were ?Paul ?Dave (hard to read) and Mary. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Jenny.
Minogue Mary Margaret
Looking for family of my grandmother Mary Margaret Minogue, baptised 7 March 1883 in Killaloe Co Clare. Her father was John Minogue and mother was Mary Roughan. She married Edward Buchanan in Western Australia and died in Bridgetown 1947.
red mail Garvey Killaloe Cill Dalua Kildare
Margaret Garvey married John Hayes circa 1815 lived at Gortmagy Killaloe where most of their 11? children were born.According to info the Garvey family was relocated? to a fine farm at County Kildare,presumably this was in mid.80s.would like to hear from any connections re Garvey.Visited Killaloe many times,The Catholic CHurch St Flannans,and the Cathedral C.O.E St Flannans where the graves are.The graves have recently been done up,and portions of old stones dating back 3 -4 generations being placed on larger monument.Hundreds of Hayes in surrounding townlands.I have met 2 elderly men unmarried who I believe connected through Jeremiah twin Catherine.
red mail Hayes and Garvey
G.Grandfather Jeremiah Hayes with the possible 2nd name Lawrence,arrived Victoria 1859,married Ellen McMahon from Limerick at Newbridge Victoria,Jeremiahs parents were John Hayes and Margaret Garvey,buried in St Flannans Cathedral Graveyard at Killaloe. Interested in hearing from others especially American cousins.
red mail Cunningham / Callaghan
Looking for ancestry of John Cunningham (tailor) born circa 1814, Galway or County Clare and Levinah /Lavinia Callaghan, born circa 1816, possibly County Clare or Cork. Other source (IGI) says they were married in Killaloe Diocese 1834 but I have no evidence of this. Family folklore has it that Levinah was from a wealthier family who were opposed to her liaison with John Cunningham and they married without the family's blessing. (She may have been related to Callaghans of O' Callaghan's Mills.) First children were William (1837) Ann (1843) Mary (1850) Levinah (1852) Frances (1855) all born in Ireland. The family moved to Sheffield and two subsequent children John (1858) and Martha (1859) were born there. They were linked to the Lyons family through marriage. Ann married John Lyons at Sheffield in 1861. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Mulcahy Family
I am looking for the Family of Michael Mulcahy born 1854c married Bridget Doherty, son James born 1876 at Badgerfort. married Bridget Henshaw. daughter Elizabeth born 1881c married Robert Martin. other children could be Nicholas born 1883c, Denis born 1893c Bridget born 1891c could be a Willie and a Michael. I have been told they lived in a house called Clonfodda.
red mail Hayes Jeremiah
Jeremiah Hayes born about 1831 Killaloe, parents could be John Hayes and Mary Garvey, died in Victoria, Australia 29th Oct. 1908. Married in Victoria 1865 Ellen McMahon also from Ireland. Had a family. Would like family details in Ireland
red mail could be Kilkenny or Clare!
Ancestors Patrick Smith & Margaret Dinsmore/Dunsmuir married 28/8/1851 in Killalae/Killaloe (spellings change from one document to another) then moved to Ayrshire. Any information would be appreciated to help family tree along - have got stuck now. Thank you. (See same entry for Co Kilkenny)
red mail Keogh john and Mary nee Noonan
both born in Killaloe CO Clare about 1830 emigrated to New Zealand via South Africa
red mail cusacks
looking for patrick cusack father of timothy b. 1828 at killaloe, timothy married hannah madden 1846 was convicted of killing a sheep and transported to tasmania 1852. Many thanks Sue
red mail killaloe
looking for more infomation on my grandparents jimmy and mary forrest lived in scarriff/killaloe in 1901 -1937 jimmy was a sheep farmer.
red mail Bairds of Killaloe
Looking for the family of Robert Baird b.1860, gardener to the Bishop of Clare at the Bishop's residence, Clarisford. He met and married Elizabeth Whittaker from Edenderry, Co. Offaly, who worked in the Bishop's household. They married on 8/3/1887 in Killaloe and had 8 children. One of these, Harriet May Baird married Emmanuel Victor Nelson in Liverpool in 1913 and were my husband's grandparents. Any info on any members of this family gratefully received. Sue
red mail Looking for the Torpey's
Thomas Torpey was a postman in the Killaloe area in the last 1890. My grandmother was born in Killaloe/Ballina in 1893. Mother maiden name was Maher. There was also a son who was,I understand killed by the Black & Tan during the troubles. Can anybodyhelp please.


 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.