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Cahir, Caher, An Chathair, and Parish County Tipperary
CAHIR, or CAHER, a market and post-town, and a parish, in the barony of IFFA and OFFA WEST, county of TIPPERARY...containing 8462 inhabitants, of which number, 3408 are in the town. This place is situated on th... more
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Searching for further information regarding my ancestors, Andrew Fennessy m Maria McCarty (both estimated to have been born around 1770) assumed to be in Tipperary They had several children, named Patrick(1791) Maria (1792), Joanna (1793), Patrick number 2 (1797, and their youngest son was my ancestor, Andrew Fennessy (born 1806) County Tipperary (definite) who married Marian Vize b 1810. Andrew Junior and Marian's children were Matthew Fennessy and Johanna Fennessy born 1833 (definite) Johanna Fennessy married Patrick Keelan (my line of decscent). Johanna and Patrick I have complete information on. Can anyone please shed any light on Andrew Fennessy Senior and Maria McCarty. There are no records in the public domain which give me any information on them whatsoever. Does anyone from Tipperary have any information perhaps as to where they are buried? They were Catholics. There are no civil or parish records on any website as they predate them! Thank you.
Posted: 2018
red mail Bridget Tierney
I am looking for information my GGGM Bridget Tierney middle name Mona or Moyra or similar, born about 1837 in Cahir County Tipperary, she was married to a Charles Joynson in Melbourne Australia on the 12th of April 1853. I would like to hear who her parents were and if they all migrated to Australia on she came on her own.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Jeremiah Brien b1814 Cahir & Clonmel
My Grandfather, Jeremiah Brien on his birth record although the family were known as O'Brien (1861 UK census) was baptised in Cahir Parish Church in December 1814. His parents were Jeremiah Brien and Mary Tobin. Jeremiah married Maria Keating and my gt. gt. grandmother, Ellen O'Brien was baptised in Powerstown Parish, Clonmel in October 1845. The 'O' was back in the name by then. The family emigrated to Oldham, Lancashire, England by 1861. Ellen's brother, Denis then emigrated to America (Saratoga Springs outside New York) from there in 1864. I have connected with his descendants through genealogy forums. I would love to know more about the family and the circumstances in which they left Tipperary.
red mail Gibbons - John & Patrick
Looking for info on John b.1815 and Patrick b. 1813. Tried at Clonmel, Co. Tipperary 15-3-1836 for assaulting Samuel Grubb, and transported to Australia aboard "Waterloo".
red mail HANNIGAN
Looking for anyone interested in William Hannigan (B 1812), his wife Margaret Barron (B 1813) and family who lived in Cahir until they emigrated to Sydney in 1858. William died at sea but Margaret and the rest of the family, including daughter Margaret Sarah Hannigan arrived safely.
red mail Thomas O Hannigan
Looking for any O Hannigan or Hannigan who may have a connection to Thomas O Hannigan b. 1806, the famous piper, from Cahir Tipperary.
red mail finding Mulcaheys
Looking for information on John Mulcahey born in cahir, Tipparary in november of 1845 immigrated to usa aout 1870
red mail William Carrol
Looking for anyone who may have information about William who became a Major in a Middlesex Regiment in the early 1800s. He mentions his brothers (Margeret/ Richard) and sisters living in Cahir in his will.
red mail Common Commons Comyn Comyns
Looking for John Commons and Ann Hennessy, children's births. Bridget Commons, about 1834, and Catherine about 1836. Immigrated to Australia 1852. Catherine or Kate Commons married John Shield, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 1867. John Commons had died before 1852. Ann Hennessy parents: Dennis Hennessy and Judy Pine / Pyne.
red mail Cahir - Davin
I am looking for any details of my grandmother's family. She was Emily Davin and had two brothers Thomas and Michael and one sister Maisie. I believe all were born in Cahir. Emily married my grandfather Edgar Rendell and died in 1938 in Lancing Sussex England and was aged 55. Maisie was married first to a Mann and then to John Bohanna.

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