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red mail McLaughlin, McDavitt
My ancestor is Neil McLaughlin from Moville. He married Ann McDavitt. At least two of his sons came to Canada while another one went to the USA. Does anyone know anything about him and his wife?
red mail John B. McDermott born around 1821 in Moville, Donegal, Ireland
I am looking for John B. McDermott's family in Moville, Donegal, Ireland. John was born around 1821, and immigrated to New York, New York, USA in 1848-49. He and his wife, Martha ?, eventually ended up in Northwest Iowa, USA, and named the station/post office they ran in Woodbury County, Iowa, USA, "Moville" in 1868. The town was eventually incorporated in 1887.
Marriage in parish of Moville Upper
28thJan 1864 James Wright (coastguard) to Sophia Seabourne daughter of Peter Seabourne (coastguard) Witnessed by Charles Wright & James Palmer Rev William Major The church is now derelect as is an older chuch situated behind it. It is almost in Redcastle
red mail John T. McKenney/ Mc Kenny
I am looking for anyone who knows John Thomas McKenney/McKenny . He was born in Ireland in 1858 and came to American somewhere between 1880-1899. His first chold was born in 1901. I would like any information regarding him and the family. I believe his father was William E. McKenney.
red mail Lee Family of Moville
I am currently researching a book on the community of Langley, British Columbia, during the Great War. One of the soldiers who enlisted from Langley was Private William Lee, born in Moville, the nephew of Hugh and John Lee of Church Cottage, Moville, Co Donegal. William Lee died of wounds in June 1916 while serving with the 7th Canadian Infantry Battalion. I would like to connect with living family members.
red mail looking for relatives of john o'kane
my grandfather john o'kane came from moville married agnes farrelley .my mother maiden name was agnes o'kane she was born in moville she went to school in drogheda had two sisters
Francis Collins, b. 1860
Francis Collins, Mariner, born 1860 in Moville, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Son of Alexander Collins, Mariner, married, Q1 1886, Mary Doran, born 1865 in Egremont, Cumberland, she died 1937, he in 1941, both in Liverpool. Any information concerning the above, their relations or descendants would be most sincerely appreciated.
red mail Looking for relatives of Catherine McCormick
As a child in the 60s I visited Moville a few times as my mother said her mum had relatives there. I know my Grandmothers' mother was called Catherine McCormick and went to Greenock Scotland where she married a Roderick McNelis/Roger Monillis, (he changed his name), around the 1870s. They both came from Co. Donegal. Greencastle was also mentioned.
red mail CROSSON
SEEKING MARRIAGE OF JAMES AND WINIFRED MCGARRITY BORN 1815-1820. oR SHIP DEPARTURES TO ST.JOHN NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA ABOUT 1830 PROBABLY FROM PARISH OF MUFF
red mail eskaheen
circa 1880's G Grand father Hugh Gillespie, Scottish we think, lived in Eskaheen, then married a girl named Mourne and moved to Derry, worked on the docks as superviser, known by the dockworkers as "twaboats".all info greatly appreciated
red mail Manns
Ggrandfather was Chief Irish Coastguard for a few years and although moved around a bit, my gfather was born in Moville. No details of birth on the census for Ireland or Mainland. He was the youngest of 11. Both are buried in New Milton Hants. Any details of the family greatfully received.. Raye..
Lower Ballyargus
My father's grandparents Edward Henry and Catherine Cavanagh lived at Woodlands House Lower Ballyargus, Edward built the house, his son James Henry inherited it. My grandmother Kathleen Rose was born there in 1901. I wonder if the house is still there, any family or relatives still in the area? Mary Berriman, father Edward Henry McFall


 
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