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red mail Hickey
We are researching the Hickey family of the Doneraile parish. We have found Thomas Hickey and his siblings from Streamhill who went to Canada and USA in early 1800's. Also,that of Patrick Hickey of Ballyshane, Kilvickanease. Members of this family came to New Jersey, USA after 1850. The family of Owen Hickey of Skahanagh More in the 1851 Griffiths and of Carker in the Doneraile Conspiracy trial. The related family of John Hickey and Daniel Hickey of Carker. John Hickey was involved in Whiteboys, in the burning of Carker Lodge 1823 and was hanged at Carker Beg, 17 Apr 1823. We are also looking for the husband of the widow Johanna Hickey of Mallow/Doneraile area who went with her six children with the Peter Robinson Settlers to Ontario, Canada in 1825. We would like to connect with other researchers of the Hickey family in this area.
red mail Corkery - O'Connor County Cork,Ireland
James Corkery b 1814 County Cork Ireland parents unknown, but thought his fathers name could have been William, because of the name occuring in families. Corkery family were Roman Catholic faith.At County Cork in 1835 James Corkery married a Protestant, Mary Ann O'Connor, the daughter of John O Çonnor a Customs House Officer.Mary Ann O'Connor b 1815 County Cork Ireland. In 1836 in County Cork their son William was born. James and Mary Ann came to Australia in 1837 to bring tradesman to the colony. James was a House Carpenter Mary Ann a Laundress and Needlewoman.They left London 2 Dec 1838 on the "Duchess Of Northumberland".Any help with their parents and siblings would be appreciated.
red mail Heaphys in Doneraile: Denis? Mary, John...
I am looking for info on my family in Doneraile, Cty Cork. While I've seen info on US Census with the spelling of 'Heafey', I was at Aglish cemetery around 1998 and saw the grave site of my great-great-Uncle, Daniel Heaphy. My GG grandparents are buried there as well, though at the time there was no headstones. I was told about Denny (SP?) Heaphy who was the last surviving Heaphy, passed on in 70's. I would so appreciate any info, it has been said that they came there from Scotland. Thank you, Kimberely
red mail Mullane/Fitzgerald/Riordan/Heaphy
Doneraile and surrounding area circa 1876 to 1960s
red mail Crone Family Doneraile
Researching the Crone family from Doneraile. Would love to hear from anyone doing similar or with any information to share.Also any connections to the Crones at Byblox house Doneraile who we are descended from.Happily share the info. I have already found Linked families from Doneraile area:- Gillespie, Roche, Rourke, Norcott, Synan, St Leger O'Learey
red mail Connor/O'Connor
Seeking info about my grt.grt. grandfather John Connor or O'Connor b. abt 1795 in Doneraile. Spouse was Johanna Finn also b. abt 1795 in Co. Cork. A son was John O'Connor b. 1826 who emigrated to Ontario, Canada in 1847 and died in Iowa, USA in 1901
red mail Roche family search
Looking for Roche family ancestry in this area, My ancester Mary Roche went to Presentation Convent school in 1821 9we have family embridery wall hanging). Other anmes linked are O'Reilly and Scanlan-not known if local or not. All went to Canada before 1840
red mail Doneraile
Looking for any information about William McCarthy b. 1897 Doneraile, co. Cork. Mother Kate, Grandmother Margaret. His father is unknown but think that Kate may have emigrated to America soon after 1897. william may have had a sister called gertie.


 
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