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My gggrandfather was John SULLIVAN. He was born in Buttevant around 1821. By the 1851 census he had joined the army in England and had married Johanna ? He was in the barracks in Carlisle and his wife and 2 young daughters were living in Carlisle.I am hoping someone might have some information about this family. I would like to know Johanna's maiden name and if they were married in Ireland or England.John died in Chelsea soldiers home in London in the 1870s.Many thanks, Margaret.
red mail Purcell
Thomas Purcell (labourer) joined the 1st South Cork (87th Regiment of Foot) around 1855, subsequently served in 16th and 46th Regiments. He gave his age as 25years which would suggest his birth was around 1830. He retired as a Corporal in 1876 and lived in Dublin, where I believe he died between 1901-1911. The only Thomas Purcells that I was able to find were born in 1825 and 1835. His place of birth was given as in the Parish of Buttevant near the town of Buttevant. He was my gg-grandfather. Any information re date/place of birth would be welcome. His wife's Christian name was Catherine (don't know her surname) and she was born in the Dublin City.
red mail linehan family
loking for info on kathleen / catheren linehan born 1894 in buttevant cork she wed thomas mills her dad was patrick linehan and mam was bridget kennedy and annie linehan 1898 born in irvinestown no 2 she wed some body called hart and mini linehan wed some one called smith they had a baby called ritha smith i would like to know when and were kathleen got wed she was my grand mother i think kathleen had thomas and annie mills in ireland thanks
red mail hannon/ buttevant County Cork
looking for information on Johanna Hannon born and lived at Buttevant until 1840`s when she left Ireland with her family Father named Michael They settled in London where Johanna met and married a gentleman from Old Parish Co Cork named Nicolas Carey, They married in Pontypool Monmouthshire but she returned to Ireland for the birth of first two children Settled in Trevethin Monmouthshire and died in wales in 1908
red mail McCarthy/Barry from Buttevant
Looking for information about my g-g-grandparents: Daniel McCarthy (1829-1895) and Honora Barry. They emigrated to Argentina circa 1863 with their three daughters, Ellen (1857-1931), Ann (1865-1934) and Julia(1862-1921). Daniel became a sheep breeder in the rural zone of Carmen de Areco. They had four further children, Daniel, Catalina (Kateleen), Julia and Juan (John, my great grandfather). Other names related to my family and belonging to the same area (Buttevant,Liscarrol, Doneraile)are: O´Connell, O´Brien and Harrington. Some later many of them (second and third generation of Irish/Argentinian) settled around Buenos Aries where they worked for a British company that built the railways. Any information about relatives (parents, siblings, cousins, nephews) of Daniel McCarthy and Honora Barry will be apreciated.
red mail Buttervant
Can anyone shed any light on the surname Buttervant? I recently discovered that my maternal great-great-grandmother was a Buttervant but I am having difficulty researching her life any further. Is there something I'm missing? What are the origins of this surname? When did the Buttervants arrive in London? And from where did they come? Is it an Irish surname? Or a Dutch/Danish surname? Any information pertaining to any aspect of the origins of this name will be most welcome, as would contact with any living Buttervants in SE/SW London! Thanks in advance.
red mail Philip MURRAY & family Buttevant 1860s
My great grandfather Patrick MURRAY born 1846 was the son of Philip MURRAY a sergeant in the 87th regiment Royal Irish Fusiliers. Patrick was born in Dundee Barracks (Dudhope Castle) where Philip was stationed at the time. In 1864 Patrick enlisted in the same regiment at Buttevant, Cork where he was said to be resident. He was signed in by a Sgt James Murray - I do not know if he was a relative. I do not know the name of Patrick's mother. Do these names sound familiar to anyone? I would love any information about the Murray family in Buttevant and also the barracks there. I hope to research Philip further when I can next get to Kew to find his army record. Any help gratefully recieved. Many thanks.
red mail Buttevant Lane
William McCarthy,born 1897, Doneraile, grandson of Patrick and Margaret McCarthy. Also, Mary born 1887 and Margaret born 1890.
red mail Clothilde Mary Inez Graves
Clothilde daughter of Major W H Graves, of 18th Royal Irish Regiment. She was born Buttevant Barracks, Cork. 3rd June 1863. Any connnections to this family please.
red mail Cronin
Looking for the family of my gggrandparents, Cornelius and Catherine Sullivan Cronin. They emigrated to Canada about 1849. We believe they lived in the Buttevant area prior to emigrating. They show up on the 1850 U.S. Census. They left Ireland with their 7 children.

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