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red mail McGann/O'Mahony
I'm looking for any information on the following Thomas McGann married Maggie O'Mahony had children Patrick, Denis, Maureen and Josie, most of the family moved to UK between 50's and 60's but wondered if anyone had info on any other members of the family. Maggie was O'Mahony and had sisters Nellie and Julie/Julia not sure if any others. Any info would be gratefully received. Maggie and Thomas were my grand parents my father was Patrick sadly most of the family is deceased and never knew my grand parents trying to compile a family tree. Thank you
red mail Honora Regan
Looking for information on my 3GG Honora Regan b 1811 in either Dunmanway or Bandon. Parents likely Thomas Regan b 1780 and Mary Mahony b 1785. Honora m Richard Norrish in Sep 1834 and emigrated to England and then Australia with the army in abt 1842. Richard and Honora became pioneers in the Kojonup area of Western Australia and left a large number of descendants, including my 2GG John Norrish, the first of their family born in Western Australia. any contact welcome
red mail Hanora Hickey Mahoney
Looking for any info on possible marriage of Hanora Hickey and James Mahoney. They had a son Daniel Mahoney b.abt. 1824 in Ireland. I am also looking for Daniel's baptismal record or possible marriage record to Catharine Sullivan. They were in the U.S. by 1860. Daniel may have had a sister, Hanora or Honora who also came to the U.S.
red mail leary/mccarthy
Arthur Leary baptised Milane Dunmanway 1822, sent to Tasmania Australia as a convict, for steeling a cow,married Mary Kelleher in Launceston Tasmania his father Denis Leary ,mother Honora (Norry) McCarthy, siblings Denis, Timothy, Julia, Michael Arthur had 1 son Olan Oleary who had 2 sons, Arthur John (my grandfather)and Francis (Frank). (Maureen)
red mail McCarthy.O'Leary
Catherine McCarthy m Jeremiah O'Leary,son Denis and daughter baptised in Dunmanway, 1848&1850, godmothers name Norry McCarthy.Also had a son Aurthur born in Ireland,other sons born in St.Olive, East London.
red mail McGann
Looking for anyone who maybe related to the McGanns of Dunmanway. Grandfather Denis married Margaret, I believe was nee Mahoney. They had 4 children, Denis jnr, Patrick, Maureen and Josie. I also believe they left Ireland for Bolton Manchester around the late 50's early 60's. Any information would be great
red mail Burke / Hurley
Searching for any info on Patrick Burke and / or Mary (Maria)(Molly) Hurley. They lived in Railway Street Dunmanway from 1934. Mary had two brothers Patrick and Jeremiah (went to England, possibly Birmingham), and three sisters - Katie, Maggie and Agnes. They had three daughters - Maureen, Sheila and Peggy - all now deceased and buried in England. Unsure if there were any sons. Regards, Bernard
Mary Hurley Dunmanway
Looking for anyone that knew Mary Hurley who lived in Railway Street, Dunmanway from about 1934 to 1955 before moving to London.Think she had a older brother named Patrick who might have been sent to an institution as he suffered from epilepsy.Does anyone have any info on these two people or their families?Thanks for any help, Roger
red mail Ross-Kingston Families - Dunmanway Cork area
Looking for info on George G. Ross - born in Derryduff - and his sister - Elizabeth Ross Also the connection to the Kingston family Or any Ross in the Dunmanway area
red mail O'Brien/Bryan
Looking for O'Brien/Bryan from Dunmanway/Bandon areas. Ggrandfather John (aka George) b1829 brother Michael b1830 + parents John & Mary (Leary) & sibblings? settled in London c1845. Michael BRYAN married Ellen (Reardon?) b1836 Bandon. Ggrandad (John) 'George BRYAN' m May Ann Small in Lambeth 1869. Hoping to find more sibblings b Dunmanway/Bandon 1831-1845. ...Valerie
red mail Kelly of Dunmanway
I'm looking for information about the parents of Bridget Kelly, who was born in Dunmanway about 1853. She moved to England, evidently after a family dispute, and married Arthur Thomas Thompson on 15 December 1879 at Horfield, Gloucestershire. Arthur was a soldier in the Royal Artillery stationed at Horfield barracks. On the marriage certificate Bridget's father was Daniel Kelly and said to be a farmer, although Bridget's granddaughter told me that the family were some kind of "water gipsies".
red mail LEARY / O'LEARY
Looking for any LEARY / O'LEARY families from Fanlobbus / Dunmanway. I am especially interested in COOLSNAGHTIG townland or thereabouts between 1895 and 1901.......thanks.
red mail Charles Hurley
Looking for details of the family of Charles Hurley born about 1809, father Charles. Charles jnr. moved to London and married Elizabeth Beckwith in 1837, children Charles, Elizabeth Beckwith, Alfred Ambrose and Charles Randle.
red mail Nyhons
Interested in any information of the Nyhon name
red mail Crowley/O'Brien
I am looking for The following Crowley Family: John b. 1812 M: Mary Hurley; Timothy b. 1820 M: Nancy Ronan; Daniel b. 1818 M: Hanora Connelly; Jeremianh b? d. 1845 M: Hanora O'Brien; Mary b. 1784 M: Patrick McCarthy; Margaret b. 1833 M: Maurice Murphy. Any one out there know anything about them. Fran
red mail MURPHY
John MURPHY from Dunmanway married Annie CULLINANE. Children Jerry born abt 1855 Ellen born 1858 Julia born 1860 Patrick born 1863 John born 1866 Ellen & Julia emigrated to Australia. Haven't found any info on the other children.
red mail Murphy/Regan/Dullea/Crowley /O'Connell and More
James Murphy & Margaret Dullea m.1825. They had four children, Jeremiah m. Julia Regan in 1856, Mary, Timothy m.Julia Cahalane and James. The following names are connected to the Timothy Murphy & Julia Cahalane family. O'Connell, Reardon, Sweeney, Walker, McCarthy, Twomey, O'Leary, Dunne, O'Sullivan, Sexton, Dullea,O'Donovan, Rogers, Crowley, Brabanis, Skillman, Collins, Millar, Kelleher, Corcoran, Ryan, Holland, Ross, Blute, Scales, Roche, Duffy, Deane, Finn, O'Driscoll, Cotter, Craven, Walsh, Liston, Kinsella, Cowhig, Clear, Monahan, Ahern. Any Connection?

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