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Gubbins - (Abbey House - County Limerick)
Would anyone one know of a Gentleman who was Joseph Gubbins. He had a son John 1834, went to England and married Mary McGrath Their daughter Catherine became my great gran, and i'd love to know more about the Gubbins Family from Limerick kindest regards Kate
red mail WARD family in Rathwood, Abington, Limerick - (Abington, and Parish - County Limerick)
William Ward took up a lease in the Townland of Rathwood, Civil Parish of Abington, County Limerick, Ireland some time prior to 1815. He is believed to have had 4 sons: William, John, Thomas and Michael. There are very few other Wards in Abington, hence if you are descendant from a Ward from Abington then you are likely to be related to this family. William, John, Thomas and Michael appear in the Griffiths Valuation. I have some details of these families from 1815 through to about 1880 and look forward to hearing from you.
red mail Adare and Rathkeale Limerick - (Adare Manor, Adare Manor House, Manor House - County Limerick)
Looking for information on the Barkman and Tomlinson families in Adare and Rathkeale villages in the 1800's. Peter BARKMAN married Rebecca SHINE, son William BARKMAN married Jane Booth TOMLINSON of particular interest. Any information much appreciated.
GUBBINS - (Adare Manor, Adare Manor House, Manor House - County Limerick)
Looking for anyone who might have known the Gubbins Family. Joseph (a gentleman) had a son called John in 1834, he went to England and married Mary McGrath in 1854. The family lived in Bermondsey Dockhead. John and Mary had a daughter Catherine Gubbins, who turned out to be my great Gran. anyone with any idea about the Gubbins please get in touch, i wouild love to hear from you Kate
Looking for Daly and Bourke families, Adare, Co. Limerick - (Adare Manor, Adare Manor House, Manor House - County Limerick)
Hello, I am looking for details of my great grandfather John Bourke (b. 1831) and his father, possibly Michael (b. 1805). My grand mother was Anne (Annie) Daly and she was born on April 5th 1895 in Kilcolman, Ardagh, Co. Limerick. She died in April in the Regional Hospital in Limerick. Her mother was Mary Lawlor or Lawler. Anne or Annie Daly married my grand father Arthur Bourke in Kilcolman church, Limerick on April 28th, 1920. I have her father as Bartholomew Daly (Bart) but not 100% on this, pretty sure though. He was born around 1868 in Caherlane Co. Limerick. Thanks a lot, Ken.
red mail Costello - (Adare - County Limerick)
red mail McCarthy - Adare - (Adare, Ath Dara, and Parish - County Limerick)
Searching for McCarthys in Adare
red mail Adare- Looking for Raleighs - (Adare, Ath Dara, and Parish - County Limerick)
George Baxter Raleigh was born in Adare around 1820 served in 74th regiment of foot in Ireland, Scotland, Africa and India and died in Adare aged 74. Possible brother to James Raleigh born 1811 also served in the army. Any info or links to this relative?
red mail O'Regan - (Adare, Ath Dara, and Parish - County Limerick)
Seeking any information on the O'Regan family early 1800's. Our ancestor Michael O'Regan was born around 1823-5, his father being James O'Regan, farmer of Adare. Michael was a soldier in the 33rd Regiment of Foot when he married Anne Cowen of Berwick. These were our g.g.grandparents. Any help would be much appreciated
red mail Orphanage - 1913 - (Adare, Ath Dara, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for information on an orphange in Adare c.1913. Father Dennis Holleron may have been associated with it.
red mail ANNACOTTY - (Annacotty - County Limerick)
William Browne , wife Margaret Burns, children Letitia, Henry, Norah, Michael, John and William only have birth records between 1862 to 1872
Powers of Ardagh - (Ardagh, Ardach, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am looking for for information on Jeremiah Power born to David and Ellen Power in 1883. Had a brother called David. Jeremiah married Margaret Lynch in 1923 but she died about 1931. They all stayed in Ardagh all their life and Mary christina was born in 1928 to Jeremiah. Thanks for any help. Father David was born in 1833 and died in 1908 in Ardagh.
Lynch - (Ardagh, Ardach, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for Margaret Lynch born in 1884 in Ardagh, Limerick.She married Jeremiah Power in 1923 and died in 1931 after her daughter mary c was born in 1928. Lived and died in Ardagh, possibly Palmerstown Hospital in 1931.
Powers of Ardagh - (Ardagh, Ardach, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am looking for information about father and son David Power.The son david was born in 1868 in Ardagh to David Power who was born in 1833. They were both in 1901 census but father died in 1908 so not on the later one, Son david disappears after that and dont know who he married or if he emigrated to America like most of his siblings. Thanks for any info. His mother was Ellen O Connor or Connors.
red mail Whites of Athea - (Athea - County Limerick)
Father was James White born 1913 Athea. Had brothers, Thomas and John (known as Jack) and sisters Bridget (known as Delia), Mary, Christina (died age 21)and Catherine - don't know what happened to her. They were the children of Thomas White and Mary Hunt(who came from Knockanure, Kerry, daughter of James Hunt). Thomas was the son of Thomas White and Bridget White - he was born around 1865.
red mail Connell-Sullivan. - (Athea, Ath an tSleibhe - County Limerick)
Cornelius Sullivan aged 40 and wife Johanna Connell aged 35 left Limerick in 1873 with 4 sons and 2 daughters for Australia. Possibly lived in or near Athea. Occupation given as Farmer. Would appreciate any information and contact with relatives.
red mail Kenna from Ballingarry - (Ballingarry House - County Limerick)
Hi, Am looking for anyone who may know or know of the family of James Kenna born 1809 in Balligarry, Limerick, Ireland. He left for the United States in 1824. Anyone know of him or any current Kenna's in the area? Thanks in advance for any help. Cindy
red mail Reardon/riordan Balligarry - (Ballingarry - County Limerick)
Descendants of John Reardon/Riordan John Reardon/Riordan married to Mary ????? b: 1807 in Ballingarry,Limerick,Ireland . John presumed to have died prior to 1857. Nothing known about John Reardon/Riordan, Mary a widow arrived in Australia in 1857 with her other 4 children to join her daughter Johanna. Marriage date not known, Mary was a devout Catholic in Australia. Her South Australian death certificate said John was a Farmer Children Johanna Reardon b: Abt. 1832 in Ballingarry,Limerick,Ireland Emigrated to South Australia 1853 James Reardon b: Abt. 1835 in Ballingarry,Limerick,Ireland Thomas Reardon b: Abt. 1839 in Ballingarry, Limerick, Ireland Mary Reardon b: Abt. 1840 in Ballingarry,Limerick,Ireland Anne Reardon b: Abt. 1843 in Ballingarry,Limerick,Ireland
red mail osullivan/begley/byrns. - (Ballyagran - County Limerick)
from bruree up to castletown . looking for connections with osullivan .
red mail O'Brien - (Ballybricken - County Limerick)
Ballybricken, Co Limerick - birthplace of Cornelius O'Brien around 1864 (1 sister Mary), then migrated to Australia. When in Australia (Ipswich, Queensland) married Margaret (Maggie) Dwyer of Holyford, Co Tipperary. Looking for additional descendents.
red mail Butler, Bridget Maria born 1909 - (Ballybricken - County Limerick)
Looking for the family of this lady who moved from Ballybricken Ireland to the U.K. (PLYMOUTH) about 1916. She later married a Wilfred James Redding.
red mail O'Grady - (Ballyea - County Limerick)
My mother's family of O'Grady came from Ballyea and the village of Ballyeawood which are situated between Rathkeale and Ballingarry around 20 miles south east of Limerick city. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail TAYLOR - (Ballyhahill - County Limerick)
searching for info on John and Mary Ann (Walsh)Taylor family early 1800's possibly ran a general store. Immigrated to NY, USA 1850-1851; lived in Lockport, Niagara Co.
red mail Hannons in Ballylooby, County Limerick - (Ballylooby - County Limerick)
Daniel Hannon, my great great grandfather moved his family from Moanmore, County Tipperary to Ballylooby, a distance of only about .6 miles. The move was sometime between 1844 and 1848. Anyone with any information, I would love hearing from you.
red mail Carey - (Ballyorgan - County Limerick)
Miss Nora O'Brien married Andrew Carey circa 1938 - 3 sons & 1 daughter: John, Margaret (m. Hennessy), James, Michael. Lived in the Castle Oliver Lodge, Ballyorgan, Co. Limerick, where Andrew Carey worked for Forestry
red mail NOONAN - (Ballysimon - County Limerick)
I am struggling to find info on the NOONAN family from Ballysimon. JAMES NOONAN was born there in 1832 and married ANN O'BRIEN (born c.1838 somewhere in Limerick). They later emigrated to Australia and I would love to know what happened to the families they left behind.
red mail connell, oconnell, nealon. - (Ballysteen - County Limerick)
lookin for info the connell, oconnell family of morenane, kilcornan, askeaton co limerick. james connell came from craggs, barrigone, askeaton, co limerick. he married margaret nealon, on the 03 may 1867. they had 11 children & their residence was morenane, kilcornan co limerick. children are daniel b 21 jan 1868. bridget b 28 august 1869. james b 05 august 1871. maria(mary) b 14 april 1873. patrick b 10 december 1874. michael b 09 july 1876. cath b 03 august 1878. david b 05 may 1880 william b 1880 twin of david lce (laurence) b 02 december 1882. thomas b 11 march 1885
red mail neville, drew - (Ballysteen - County Limerick)
looking for info of the nrville family, askeaton, ballysteen, co limerick, ireland. john neville married elizabeth drew on the 19 august 1893 in askeaton rc church.
red mail Barna - (Barnagh - County Limerick)
Searching for McCarthys in Barna, Limerick.
red mail married in drumcollogher - (Broadford, Beal an Atha - County Limerick)
Iam looking for William egan who married Anne donoghue in Drumcollogher around 1852. These are my great grandparents who came o Australia in approximately 1855
red mail Sheehy - (Broadford, Beal an Atha - County Limerick)
Looking for contact for Sheehy family of Broadford, Limerick. Patrick Sheehy married Bridget Forrest of Coolbane, Freemount, Cork in 1831 in Freemount. They had 6 children born in Broadford two of whom Patrick Forrest Sheehy (a teacher)and Michael Sheehy (married Alice Flanagan in Broadford) came to Australia around 1863 and 1875 respectively. Would love to make contact with any Sheehy's from Broadford. Cheers Gabrielle
red mail Martin WHITE and Bridget FOLEY/FLEMING - (Broadford, Beal an Atha - County Limerick)
Martin White married Bridget Foley(some times listed as Fleming).They came from Broadford village, Gortnagounella, Kinseily, Limerick. Martin was still living in 1855 but Bridget had died some time before that.They had at least 4 children- Michael, Catherine, Bridget and Margaret.All 4 emigrated to Australia. Margaret, my great grandmother, together with her sister Catherine, arrived in Geelong in 1855 on the "Maria Hay".Michael came separately with his wife.Bridget came a little later.All 4 eventually settled in New South Wales.Margaret, my gt.gd-mother, married William Foster in Parramatta in 1862. Contact with any descendants or information about any of Martin and Bridget's family who remained in Ireland or those who emigrated would be appreciated.
red mail Briggs - (Bruff, An Bru, and Parish - County Limerick)
My Gt.gt.grandfather, Nathan Briggs was stationed at Bruff in 1850+ with the RHA. He deserted twice and managed to marry an Irish girl called Catherine Kelleher/Keleher/Keeler/Ketcher,(Catherine couldnt write her own name, these are all the different spellings on her children's birth certificates etc.). Her father's name was JOHN KELLEHER. They were married in St.John's ,Limerick in 1855, & she died in Woolwich in 1894.
red mail Murphy - (Bruff, An Bru, and Parish - County Limerick)
William Glenn RIC transferred from Belfast to Bruff, married one of the "Smiths" of Ballynanty House. The son of this marriage, William Henry Glenn married a Mrs. Carmody (nee McMahon) in Limerick. His name was then spelled "Glynn" (the Catholic version of the name, I believe) The information I have been able to glean from records is that only a son was born to the "Smiths" and I wonder if anybody has any more information?
red mail Fogerty, Fogarty - (Bruff, An Bru, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for any information on the birth of Cornelius Fogerty (possibly Fogarty) c1866, father's name recorded on his marriage certificate of 1889 as John (deceased). Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
red mail garreyfine - (Bruree, Bru Ri, and Parish - County Limerick)
family of osullivan / begley at garreyfine cross
red mail Duggan - (Bruree, Bru Ri, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for Michael Duggan born 1820, Bruree, Limerick, Ireland emmigrated to Australia and married Johanna Hogan 3 May 1854 and died 24 Jun 1882, Tarnagulla, Victoria, Australia.
red mail Charles Warren - (Caherconlish, Cathair Chinn Lis, House, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for info on gtgtg'father, Charles Warren who farmed in Caherconlish, Co Limerick in the mid 1800's. He had 2 sons, John, my gt g'father and William. He had, perhaps, a daughter, Elizabeth. I don't know the name of his wife. A family menber has suggested that Charles came to Ireland from England around 1830. Any info out there?
red mail Timothy Power - (Caherconlish, Cathair Chinn Lis, House, and Parish - County Limerick)
Timothy Power was my father. He was born to Thomas Power and Alice Daley in 1924 in Caherconlish. His family farmed at Brufea. Has anyone got any information about this family? Thanks Carol
red mail WALTERS Caherconlish, County Limerick - (Caherconlish, Cathair Chinn Lis, House, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am a descentant of Dr. Mortimor Walters born in Caherconlish Co. Limerick. I am searching for descendants of his brothers and uncles, one of whom was a Medical Doctor in Birmingham UK.
red mail Whyte/O'Connell/Ahern - (Caherconlish, Cathair Chinn Lis, House, and Parish - County Limerick)
My great grandfather, John Whyte, a railwayman, came to South Africa +-1865. He brought his wife, Margaret (nee O'Connell), and their 5 year old daughter Johanna Jane Francis Whyte with them. Margaret O'Connell's father was Patrick O'Connell and her mother was Margaret Ahern. Margaret O'Connell was born in Caherconlish in 1841. John Whyte and Margaret O'Connell were married in St Michael's Church, Limerick on March 1, 1859. Is there anyone who knows of this family or who are perhaps related to this family and living in Limerick or elsewhere in Ireland today?
red mail Cappamore - (Cappamore, An Cheapach Mhor - County Limerick)
anyone have any info on the crowley family from cappamore anything before 1900 any info would help thanks sarah also dennis and patrica crowley born cappamore and moved to swindon please contact me thanks
red mail Daly - (Cappamore, An Cheapach Mhor - County Limerick)
I'm looking to trace my family tree but have had no luck. Does anyone knowof or knew the Daly's of Cappamore village or maybe 10k from the village. I know that my grandmother's father was once manager of the cappamore creamery.
red mail Crowley / Dolan - (Cappamore, An Cheapach Mhor - County Limerick)
Trying to trace Denis Crowley or/and his sister Patricia from (Swindon??) initially from Cappamore, and any other relatives. Really would like to find them. Any info is great............. John
red mail McCormack, - (Castleconnell, Caislean Ui Chonaill - County Limerick)
I'm interested in knowing if any one else is doing research into the McCormack family of Castleconnell. Many of the family migrated to Australia in the early 1850's.
red mail john ryan - (Castleconnell, Caislean Ui Chonaill - County Limerick)
My grgrandfather leftlimerick about 1860 to work in mythre tidfil he wed Ann Quirk 1869 they left to live in Newport Mon, They had 10 children Catherin Ryan was my nana. He died in 1912. We have no knowlege of the family, I amtrying to put family history together, for my grchildren, its only recently I knew John was from castleconnell. Thank you.
red mail Malone - (Castleconnell, Caislean Ui Chonaill - County Limerick)
Brothers Peter and Edward Malone lived in Castleconnel until 1857 & 1865 when they emigrated to Australia. Parents Patrick Malone and Mary Burke. Any information please
red mail O'Sullivan Meehan - (Castletown Conyers - County Limerick)
looking for info for a friend. family started way back with ellen osullivan. married john meehan. greatgrand father william meehan 1816.castletown can you help to fill the gaps. thanks .
red mail Mcmahon - (Clarina - County Limerick)
Family lived in Clarina. 10 children, 5 girls and 5 boys. Michael, Thomas, Jack, Jim, Bridget, Katie, Molly, Ann and Joan. Name of other boy not known. Brigit, Ann and Joan lived in England at some time. Ann married a Bert Taylor, had 5 girls. Bridgit married a Power, had Fonces and Mary. Molly lived in Mungret married an O'Conner. Katie and Joan never married.
red mail massey - (Clarina - County Limerick)
I am trying to find where alice erin massey(neeallhusen) died 12 may 1961 or where she was buried.She has some connection to my mother joan wright(nee marshall).
red mail Denis and Maria Dwyer - (Cloncagh, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for relatives of Denis and Maria Dwyer, Cloncagh, Ireland. Children Helen and John Dwyer. Helen Dwyer emigrated to the US in the 1880's, married John O'Connor in Brooklyn, NY. One child, Helen T. O'Connor. Helen Dwyer O'Connor died in childbirth 1918.
Cloncagh - Quaid - (Cloncagh, and Parish - County Limerick)
My grandmother Anne Quaid was born in Cloncagh on 22 Dec 1890. Her father was Timothy Quaid a farmer. She was the youngest child, as her mother died in her childbirth. Anne moved to Cork to train in drapery and went on to own her own hat shop, which she ran until she was in her eighties. She married Nicholas Joseph Cotter in Oct 1919 in Cork and they went on to have three children, Kathleen Mary 1920, William Noel 1923 and Bridget Carmel Christina in 1926. Gran told stories that the farm had been in the family for a couple of hundred years. It passed on to her brother Michael Quaid and then to his son Michael, who was a bachelor and so out of the family after his death.
red mail Croom - (Croom, Cromadh, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am looking for my grandmother. Does anyone know of a relation who gave birth to an illegitimate boy 1944 Croom Hospital, Co Limerick. Other than that maybe someone out there can help me with trying to locate records with the limited info i have. Many thanks
red mail graves - (Doon - County Limerick)
the family graves that I'm interested in are for Fitzgerald, Ryan, Fox, Richardson - all families have common relatives
red mail births - (Doon - County Limerick)
national birh register generally starts 1864. some parish records go back further. Doon is from 1824
red mail Bradshaw, Hassett, Hassed. - (Doon, Dun, and Parish - County Limerick)
Michael, Timothy, Mary, John, Patrick and Martin Bradshaw all migrated to Australia in the mid 1800's, Their parents were John Bradshaw and Honora McInerney Glengar, Doon, County Limerick. I know Mary Bradshaw married Michael Hassett (Hassed)in 1893 and I have a lot of information of their descendants, looking for more information on the brothers.
red mail Murphy/O'Connor - (Doon, Dun, and Parish - County Limerick)
Can anyone tell me about Bridget Murphy and Michael O'Connor marriage on 11/8/1861. Peter
red mail Kathleen Costello - (Dromcolliher, Drom Collachair, Drumcolliher, Drumcollogher, and Parish - County Limerick)
We are looking to discover the history of Kathleen Costello. Married to McCarthy. Born 1888/1889.
red mail O'Briens Dromcollogher - (Dromcolliher, Drom Collachair, Drumcolliher, Drumcollogher, and Parish - County Limerick)
Searching for O'Brien in Barna circa 1926
red mail Morrissey - (Dromcolliher, Drom Collachair, Drumcolliher, Drumcollogher, and Parish - County Limerick)
We are looking for information regarding Maurice Morrissey married to Mary Daly in Limerick in January 1837. Their child Patrick was born in Drumcolliher in approx 1846. He was married in London in 1866 to Ellen Walsh who was born in Cork.
red mail Hutley - (Dromcolliher, Drom Collachair, Drumcolliher, Drumcollogher, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for info on Elijah and Winifred Hutley - Winifred living in "Drumcullen, Limerick" 1850. Children include Mary born about 1836 in Birr, Co Offaly, Bridget born 1842 (baptised Birr, Co Offaly, address given as poorhouse), so may well be Drumcullen, Co Offaly..
de Burgh of Dromkeen - (Dromkeen - County Limerick)
Elizabeth Griffin, died 1716, married Rickard de Burgh of Dromkeen, Pallas Green, co Limerick. He was M.A. and D.D. and Prebendary of Kilbragh in 1691. I would like to discover the parents of Elizabeth.
red mail ANN BATEMAN - (Fanningstown - County Limerick)
I am looking for any information on ANN BATEMAN b. 1841 c. in Fanningstown, Limerick. She married a EDWARD WILMOT GODBER. Anns parents were JAMES BATEMAN b. 1820 c. and JOHANNA RYAN b 1820 c. Any info. would be greatly appreciated. Deb, Australia
red mail GEORGE MULCAHY - (Foynes, Faing - County Limerick)
Left Foynes and was in England driving lorries in Herts during WW2. Lived in Maple Cross, Rickmansworth. 4 sons 1 daughter but was killed in road accident in ?1950s. Does anyone what became of his Foynes family? Brothers sisters etc?
red mail Martin John and Margaret O'Shea - (Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish - County Limerick)
Seeking John and Margaret Martin (nee O'Shea ) who lived in Galbally area in 1830s to 1890s. Children: Mary 1858, Michael 1859, John 1861, Johanna 1865, Joseph 1867, and Patrick 1869
red mail Johanna Martin and Michael Hanafin - (Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am looking for a spouse for Johanna Martin, born Galbally Ireland. Father John Martin, mother Margaret O'Shea. Michael Hannafin is a possible spouse, he came from Tralee and died at the age of 24. Johanna was the sister of my grandfather, John Martin. Elizabeth
red mail Michael Mullin and Mary (Ryan) Mullin - (Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish - County Limerick)
Seeking genealogy information on my great-great grandparents, Michael and Mary (Ryan) Mullin. They were natives of the county Limerick, parish of Gallbilly. They emigrated with their children in 1848 and settled at Clayton, Jefferson County, New York, U.S.A. Michael Mullin was previously married to Catherine Picket, who died at the age of 30. Catherine bore him 2 children, Johanna and Mary(?). Mary (Ryan), Michael's second wife, bore him 7 children. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Kate
red mail Cremin or Walsh family - (Garrynderk - County Limerick)
looking for information on Denis & Bridget(Walsh) Cremin. married 1896 in Effin church lived in garryenderk south. Bridget died about 1941 Denis in 1960 they had 8 children my father Denis was the youngest born 1915.
red mail Woods - (Glin, An Gleann - County Limerick)
Iam trying to trace the woods family who were living in the glin area between 1860 - 1940. my grandfather was Patrick Woods my Great Grandmother was called kate Woods and I think married a Patrick Woods.My Great Great grandmother was called Julia windle. not sure if she lived in the glin area at the time of Kates birth. Any info would be a great help to me. thxs
red mail Glass-Mullen - (Kells - County Limerick)
Phoebe Glass born abt 1800 married Michael Mullen and settled in Nottingham abt 1840. Also Mary Glass born early 1800 married Patrick Caffrey also settled in Nottingham
red mail keeley born in kells - (Kells - County Limerick)
anyone do a look up for kate or katherine keeley father richard a cottager, kate born c. 1851 kells- resident in liverpool 1861 and sheffield 1871 married winterbottom in sheffield.
red mail Knockaney rectory - (Kilballyowen - County Limerick)
William Chadwick Bourchier brought his wife, Katharine Christian Thomson to live in Kilballyowen, possibly in the 1890s. Her parents, Cathcart and Ellen Howe Thomson joined them sometime later and died in 1909 and 1910. Katharine lived until 1949. Any futher information would be appreciated.
red mail Patrick Fennell - (Kilcolman - County Limerick)
Searching for details of Patrick Fennell (born 1796),may have lived in Kilteely(Limerick
red mail connell oconnell - (Kilcornan, near Ferry Bridge - County Limerick)
LOOKING FOR INFO OF (JAMES OCONNELL & ELLEM MCCARTHY). THEY WERE MARRIED IN KILCORNAN & STONEHALL (RC) PARISH CO LIMERICK ON THE 24 AUG 1830. THEIR CHILDREN. MICHAEL B 11 SEPTEMBER 1837, PATRICK B 11 SEPTEMBER 1867, TWINS. MICHAEL MIGHT BE MY GGGRANDFATHER. ANY INFO WOULD BE GRATEFULLY APPRECIATED.
red mail Fitzgerald in Kildimo - (Kildimo, Old and New, and Parish - County Limerick)
I believe that members of my Fitzgerald Family, Michael and Catherine (nee Rourke) were married in Kildimo on 11 Feb 1834, and had a son Thomas baptised there 22 January 1847. Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Thomas Dinan - (Kilfinnane, Kilfinane, Cill Fhionain, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am trying to find out more about my GG Grandfather Thomas Dinan b1877 in Kilfinnane? His wife was Hanora nee Linehan and they had 2 sons Mathew b1899 and Dennis and 5 daughters Catherine, Julia, Norah, Bridget and Mary. Thankyou
red mail Cotter - (Kilkinlea - County Limerick)
Looking for the Cotter family, before 1880 or so.
red mail Robert GREEN, GREENE - (Knockaderry - County Limerick)
Searching for Robert GREEN or GREENE from Knockaderry area. Married Mary KELLY from Ballingarry on 16 Feb. 1836. Parents of John, born 2 June 1839; Patrick, born cira. 1842. Any other children unknown. Both sons emigrated to USA and married there.
red mail CONNELL, O'CONNELL, NOWLAN - (Loghill, and Parish - County Limerick)
I am interested in the backgrounds and lineages of Michael Connell (1790-1862) and Margaret Nowlan (1796-1874), both born at Loghill, Limerick IRL. They had children: Bridget (1818-1868), Michael (1821-1839, Mary (1822-1905), Ellen (1824-1902), John (1827-1882), Catherine (1829-1916), Thomas (1832-1907),Patrick (1835-1866) - all born at Loghill. I think they also had a son James. In 1839, the family came to Australia on the "Aliquis" and spent their lives in the Braidwood district of NSW. Bridget, Michael, John, Catherine and Thomas, used the surname O'Connell. I would love to hear from anyone who has knowledge of this family. I have some details of their life in Australia to share. Patricia
red mail Lyons and O'Shaughnessy - (Loghill, and Parish - County Limerick)
Looking for information on Michael O'Shaughnessy and Bridget Lyons from Loghill, Ireland. They are my great, great grandparents. Children include Catherine, Delia, James, Michael, Molly, Nancy, Patrick Thomas, Margaret, Mary, Julia, Annie and Nellie.
red mail Looking for info on Michael Bridgman and his four wives - (Loghill, and Parish - County Limerick)
My great great grandfather was Patrick Bridgman born between 1811 -1821. He died between 1901-1911. I am looking for a wife and his children. One was Michael Bridgman who married four times. Mary O'Connell, Annie O'Donnell, Margaret Sullivan and Anastatia Ambrose. Michael and Anastatia had 6 children all born in Loghill and possibly christened there. They were Thomas, Robert, Mary, Bridget, James (my grandfather) and Edward. Any information on what happened to the other wives and when the family died or may be buried would be gratefully appreciated Many thanks in advance cheers donna
red mail keville family history - (Longford Bridge - County Limerick)
hello im told my father born 1925-28 died 1995/6 he was known as mossie, in longford ireland he had 7 other siblings the problem is the trail has gone cold ive managed to identfy his siblings and relations down to the recent additons but nothing relating to his parents or anything before, I wonder if anyone is looking or has some information please Kind regards Glenys
red mail KENNELLY and CONNORS in Moneymohill and Surrounds - (Moneymohill - County Limerick)
John KENNELLY married Mary CONNORS in Kilcolman church circa 1826. They lived at Moneymohill. Their daughter Johanna emigrated to Australia in 1855 as one of the MONTEAGLE EMIGRANTS. These people were helped with loans from Lord Monteagle who also sponsored ships to take them to Australia. Johanna is my g grandmother and she married John Dwyer BRIDGMAN who was from neighbouring Kilcornan Parish. Perhaps they knew each other before they emigrated. I would love to know.
DOWNES Timothy & HANRAHAN Ann - (Moneymohill - County Limerick)
Searching for information or contact with other descendants of this couple. Timothy and Ann lived in Moneymohill sometime between 1830 and 1850. They had 6 children, Patrick born 1827, Bridget born 1829, John born 1830, Michael born 1832, Ellen born 1836 and Daniel born 1842. It is believed that Ann died c1850 and sometime before 1857 Timothy and his sons John, Michael and Daniel went to live with Patrick who was by this time living in Rathkeale with his wife Ann GOODWIN. By the 1860s the whole family had immigrated to Victoria, Australia and were living in the Geelong area.
red mail Michael moore - (Moroe - County Limerick)
looking for siblings of Michael Moore born in 1839 in Abington Murroe & Boher co Limerick. Parents James Moore and Mary Nugent,he finished up in Dover Kent married to Cecelia Sladden and died in 1914.
red mail taylor - (Newbridge - County Limerick)
looking for info on Richard Taylor and Elizabeth Moran, Three sons, Anslem , my gfarther went to america, one , unknown died in Boer War , another , unknown went to Oz. Moran died father re-married, that's when the boys left. Richard was a Tailor on Main st Rathkeale in the mid-late 1800's
red mail Ryans of Nicker - (Nicker - County Limerick)
My gggrandfather, John C. Ryan, was born in Nicker about 1820 and came to the U.S. in the 1840's, with brothers, uncles or cousins, James and Philip Ryan, also from Nicker. Their gravestones all read "natives of the Parish of Nicker, Co. Limerick". I know there are many Ryans in that area, but if there is anyone who reads this who is willing or able to check the parish records for us, please contact me. Thank you.

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