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red mail Thomas Power
My Grandfather Thomas POWER was born in New Ross, Wexford on 10 Oct 1896. He had an Aunt called Mary McGRATH. His father was either Thomas or Richard Power. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Patrick Ryan
Patrick Ryan, my Great Great Grand Father came from New Ross, County Wexford, Parish of Ferns and settled here in Torbay, Newfoundland, Canada around 1810. His wife, Anne (Twomley) also of New Ross arrived at Torbay in 1815. Patrick's will made provision that "William Culleton, Brogue Maker resident at the head of Main Street, New Ross and Thos Finn Brogue Maker also resident at the Buning opposite the church in the town of New Ross County Wexford Ireland be both repaid for covering both Patrick's and his wife's passage to Newfoundland". I hope these points will generate some leads on the origin of Patrick and Ann.
red mail Alison
I am looking for Alison Hammond whjo lived in Durban, South Africa in 1993
red mail William O'Connor
I am looking for Information on William who was born in 1852 in New Ross Wexford his father was Luke O'Connor and his mother was Margaret Furlong his first wife's name was Mary Tracey and he had three children of that marriage.His wife died and he came to Australia two of the children died at an early age and there was one surviving I believe her name was Mary they did not go to Australia with him . Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Thomas Turner
Looking for information on Thomas Turner who emigrated to Newfoundland about 1829.
red mail Ann Breen
I am looking for info on an Ann Breen who was born here and moved to England around Brighton and Surrey area in the 1840s or later. She married a Samuel Thompsett who was born in Brighton and they had children in Kent and Camberwell areas of London in the 1860s on. I believe that she died in London in the early 1900s.
red mail John O'Reilly Grocer 1912 New Ross
Am seeking info on my great grandfather John O'Reilly and extended family. His daughter Kathleen O'Reilly, my grandmother trained as a teacher at the Training College of Our Lady of Mercy 1903-1905 and came to England via Scotland at some point after that. She married my grandfather Frederick Henry Hancock in 1913. Karen
red mail Michael Murphy, Shanbo, Wexford
I am seeking any living relatives of above.My ggrandmother Brigid Murphy married Thomas Haberlin 1869 Rosbarecon RC Church. Her father was Michael Murphy. Anyone with information greatly appreciated.
red mail James Kehoe - 1834
My great great grandfather James Kehoe was born in 1834 in New Ross, County Wexford. He emigrated to Canada in the 1850's. Looking for any information. Thanks.
red mail white NEW ROSS
iam looking for the family of Maria White born 1830 father Thomas White a farmer .Also her brother Henry also a farmer
red mail HEGARTY
Looking for Micheal Hegarty who had children Mary Kate Hegarty, John Hegarty, Nora Hegarty, Mary Kate moved to Yule Cork on her marrage,
red mail Malone
My great grandfather came from a townsland called ballyneale, or tullogher in south KIlkenny close to New Ross. He was a smallhold farmer who was forced to move off the land in the 1800's by a punitary tax system, like others he moved to town ( new ross).All contact with the land was lost from then on, though we believe that we must have familyu still in the area. His name was JOHN Malone
red mail Moran, Breen
Walter Moran born in 1779 in New Ross, Wexford, Ireland came to Canada in 1815 with four children. They were John, Elizabeth, Patrick and Catherine. He was a cooper I believe and i am trying to find anything out about his brothers and sisters or his wife's family. Her name was Mary Breen and I believe she had a brother named John Breen who came to NS, Canada around 1815 or before.
red mail Shea
Looking for information on Margaret Shea born in New Ross, Father Samuel Shea
red mail Watch and Clock Maker 1850s
Does anyone remember the name COCHRAN in New Ross in the 1850s Also does anyone know the history of the Clock in The Tholsel in New Ross. My GREAT GRANDFATHER Hugh Cochran was a watch and clock maker, and evidently made a clock in the 1840s /50s andas many people didn't have clocks or watches he put this clock in his front window in South Street but turned it outwards so people passing could see the time.He also happened to have a gas lamp outside his house so it made it easy for people to seethe time. Heather

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