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red mail Mary Jennings
I am looking for any information about the Jennings family from Ballaghderreen. My grandmother, Mary Jennings, went to the USA in 1921.She lists Martin Jennings as an uncle possible from Ballinrobe (1901 census). She married Peter Quinn from E. Kelloges, Persberry, Galway. Her sisters' names were Catherine, Nora, Margaret, and Helen. Helen married Thomas Gavin and lived near my grandmother Mary in Chicago.
red mail Bernard Dominic Coleman
I'm looking for relatives of Bernard Dominic Coleman of Ballaghaderreen. He was born in 1864 or 1865 and immigrated to the U.S. in 1883 with his brothers. He setteled in Philadelphia and married Elizabeth C. McCaul who immigrated from somewhere in nothern Ireland in 1880. According to Thomas and Mary Flanagan, they were weavers and had to leave Ireland because they were also rebels, Fineans. Thomas and Mary were last heard from in Ballaghaderreen during the 1970's. Any information would be greatly appreciated, especially on the whereabouts of current family members and family history from before Bernard Coleman's time. Thank you.
red mail Phillips
I am searching for information about my great grandfather and his Irish family. He moved to Australia from Ballaghaderreen in approx 1853 when he was about 10 years old. His name was Bernard Phillips, and it appears that he came here with his brother John, who was approx 23 years old. I cannot find any info about which ship they were on or whether they came here with other family members. According to Bernard's death certificate, his father's name was Patrick and his mother's name was Ellen (nee Tansey). Can anyone point me in the direction of finding out more about my Irish roots? Thank you
red mail Dignan relatives
Looking for information on Thomas Joseph Dignan born in 1879 and immigrated to USA in 1899.
red mail Mullen
any history please on Mullen family from Ballaghadereen
red mail thomas costello
my great grandfather was john costello, he was born in boghdaduff in about 1878 to thomas costello and mary gallagher, they had a second son called thomas, does anyone have any info about him or his daughter mary.
red mail Michael Frayne
Looking for info on Michael Frayne born approx 1880 married to Mary Kerrane.Their children were born in Ballaghaderreen (Margaret being my granny born approx 1900). - I know that Michael came to Haydock/St Helens area in 1920 ish and lived with his other daughter Violet. Any info would be welcomed ....thanks.
red mail MORRISROE
Looking for ANY info on Morrisroes, living in Ballaghaderreen in 19th century. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
red mail o'gara
Thomas & Katie o'Gara had a farm on the outskirts of Ballaghaderreen in 1950-1990?any info please!
red mail Hanley Families
Malachy Hanley born c1843 Ballaghaderreen. Married Margaret McEvoy Tullamore Kings (Offlay) in West Bengal India 1873. Children: Mary Catherine Hanley b 1875 in Sewan, Bengal Matilda Hanley b c1876 Moortan, Punjab Oonah Hanley b c1882 Sialpot, Punjab Malachy McD Hanley b c1883 Sialpot, Punjab. Francis Hanley b 1885 India. Ivy Maude Hanley b 1887 Calcutta, West Bengal. Thomas Alexander Hanley b 1889 Battersea, London. Charles Hanley b c1891 Battersea, London. I am looking for family connections for Malachy & Margaret (my great grandparents). I have identified a further 20+ Hanley's who emigrated to the United States from Ballaghaderreen and feel that Malachy would almost certainly be related to them in someway. Any information that I can obtain to extend my research further would be greatly appreciated. Regards Michelle Melbourne, Australia.

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