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red mail DULLARD
Looking for any connection to Mary Ann Dullard father Patrick Dullard,mother Margaret Dullard nee Dunne.Mary married and later resided in Thomastown,Co Kilkenny,married name unknown to me but had six children Mary,Ellen,Bridget,Thomas,Michael and Patrick. Patrick originated from the Riesk/Ballycallan/Kilmanagh districts of Co Kilkenny. Any information gratefully received.
red mail mollie dowling/johanna dowling
looking for any info on mollie dowling of thomastown.she went to england and married a soldier named cotterill,had a daughter who emigrated to america.have a letter from the 1930s which lists her address as uxbridge but also stated she was about to move. her father was john dowling and mother was judith byrne had siblings patrick who had a pub, john .and johanna. who i know nothing about. any help appreciated
red mail Lee, Lees, Ley, Lea: Starting the search.
I have been curious about my Lee family roots which according to relatives always came across as being "Irish". My Great Grandfather Hugh Sebastian Lee was born about 1867. Supposedly, sailed by ship from the City of Cork to USA. His father may have been named "Thomas". He was apparently in the USA to have married my Great Grandmother Anne P. Lee (died March 19, 1954) since they had two sons John Howard Lee (1898- 1973) and William John Lee (1901-1976). Hugh Sebastian Lee lived most of his life in the Chicago Illinois area. He died on August 24, 1934 from a heart attack or stroke. John Howard Lee never had any known children. William John Lee, my grandfather, married Agnes Delinski and had two children with her, Nancy (b1925- ?) and my father Hugh Sebastian Lee (1928-1995). I am NOT sure about my Great Grandfather actually being born in Ireland or the UK. Possibly Thomas (Great Great Grandfather) came from Ireland thus having my Great Grandfather being born in the USA. My grandfather and dad did not care about any of this stuff so what I heard was that of a very young child from my relatives when they did speak about family (very rare occurrence). There was supposedly a cousin to my Grandfather also named Thomas who had 23 children..... could be a family myth. There was also possibly some State of Ohio (USA) connection.... What make this even more confusing is that connecting with other people on sites like this.... I have come up with another possiblity: .According to the 1880 US Census, a man named Thomas Lee born in Ohio in 1836 was married to a woman named Alphareta born in Ohio in 1856. They lived in a rural area west of Dayton, Ohio. Alphareta appears to be his second wife. He had three children by his first wife Olive M Minkler (born Sept 23 1842, marriage Sept 22 1858). The three children from Olive were Luedgar Lee, male, born 1861; Emma J. Lee, female, born 1864; and Hugh Lee, male, born 1867...... Alphareta, only 24 years old herself with step children ages 19, 16, and 13, gave birth to a son in 1878 named Lur Lee. What really makes this interesting is that this Thomas Lee's parents were both born in Virginia which means a very strong possibility of a strong relationship to Richard Henry Lee, Light Horse Harry Lee (both leaders in the "Rebellion" starting in 1776) and thus General Robert E. Lee, Commander of the Army of Virginia, C.S.A. (American Civil War). That means my ancestry is more "English" than "Irish". I hope someone has a key. I know that I am going to have to start getting some death certificates. Thank you.
red mail Deegan
Searching for information regarding my maternal grandfather's family, Deegan, of Thomastown, Kilkenny.
red mail Buckley
Looking for information on Richard Buckley who had a son James born about 1853 who migrated to Australia and married in 1876 at Nagambie, Victoria, Australia. James maybe born in Thomas town Kilkenny. Any help--- great.
red mail Lee Henry/Harry.
Henry Lee born Harmony Row Dublin, 1902. Had Neice Mary Kearney from his Sister Mary,s marriage to a Thomas Kearney. Last heard of as living on the Curragh. Would welcome info on him or relatives Any info on the Lee family from Harmony Row Dublin most welcome.
red mail Kearney/Lawrence/Lee.
Thomas Kearney married Mary Lawrence cica 1870. Went on to have Thomas, John, Mary, Joseph, Ellen, Kate. Emigrated to USA where Thomas and John were born. Ret Dublin late 1990,s. Son Thomas married Mary Lee from Dublin later emigrated England StHelens. Any info on any of the families Kearney, Lawrence and Lee most welcome.
red mail Patrick Cody & Mary OKeefe
Patrick & Mary(nee OKeefe) Cody had 4 daughters,Ellen,Mary,Bridget(who was my ggmother),& son John that I know of.Bridget was born 1828 at Earles Grove Parish of Thomastown, Kilkenny & died 1912 Sydney Aust.All these children came to Australia.Bridget married John Behan in Sydney in 1855.He came from St Johns Well Kilkenny b.1825 & died at Nth Sydney in 1917.They had eight children,Mary,Cornelius,Thomas,Catherine,Bridget,Daniel,Martin & unnamed Girl in Sydney,Camden & the Braidwood goldmining area.Any info would be helpful especially re Patrick & Mary.
red mail Thomas Manning of Thomastown
Born around 1786: married Mary, maiden name unknown, from CastleKelly in Galway, and was living in Warwickshire as a farm labourer, and later a gardener for the local Catholic priest between 1816 and his death in 1860's.
red mail Murphy Family
Information on Margaret Murphy and Mary Murphy, daughters of John Murphy and Margaret Bourke. Sisters born Carrigeen, Thomastown, around 1850-55, emigrated to Australia circa 1860's. No further information any help appreciated
red mail Kelly and Beck
James KELLY and Bridie BECK both born in Thomastown about 1905 married in London about 1931. I'm starting a new family tree and would be grateful for any information about these two families. The BECK Family is still in Thomastown and I would love to here from any of them. I am Bridie's daughter Margaret.
red mail farmers in thomastown area
Sorry, should have mentioned in my previous listing that my grandmothers maiden name was Knox, which obviously means that her three brothers were also called Knox. I would love to be able to visit their graves when I get to Ireland again
red mail farmers in thomastown area
I think that both my grandparents came from Thomastown, my Grandfather was Patrick Brennan, worked at the Monster House in Thomastown for several years as a tailor. My grandmother was Johanna Brennan, I think she had three batchelor brothers who farmed and I believe all of them died within a few months of each other. Sorry don't know any names. My grandfather went to the US for a few months but came home again. I think he had family there already emigrated. Wish I knew more about them all.They had five children James, Jack, Norah, Eileen, and Annie. My grandfather died when I was very young, my poor grandmother outlived all her children except Norah.
red mail James Bull, Thomastown
James Bull left Thomastown in 1817 and arrived in Canada with ten children. The Bull family in Ireland originated in Somerset. They had a mill on the River Nore still owned by the family.
red mail Patrick Forrester and Johanna Burns
Patrick was born in Thomastown in 1821 to parents Richard Forrester and Mary Cahill. Johanna was born in Thomastown in 1824 and married Patrick in Thomastown in 1851. They immigrated out to Australia soon after and had 10 children - Winifred (believed to have died in Ireland), Mary, John, Richard, Edward, Margaret, Patrick, Michael, Ellen, Winifred - youngest 9 children born in Australia. Any information about Johanna and Patrick before they left Ireland would be appreciated.
red mail Grennan
Ellen Grennan born about 1830
red mail Gorey
Richard Gorey born about 1830


 
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