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Mulcahy
Still seeking any information on Martin Mulcahy born in Marlesfield near Clonmel or his parents John Mulcahy and Ellen (possibly Helen?) Dwyer
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Hartnett - Legg from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
John Hartnett married Frances (Fanny) Legg in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland. Two of their sons, Richard(24) and William(19) sailed to Melbourne, Australia, in 1841, on the ship Columbine. A third son, John(18) followed four years later in 1845, when he was 18 years old, on the ship Herald. Their parents had both died before Richard and William sailed to Australia in 1841. John Hartnett married Jane Lamey, (born in 1836), on 22 March 1856, in Moree, NSW, Australia. Jane's parents were William Lamey, born about 1810 and Bertha, born about 1814. I am interested to learn any family history details, in particular, about the parents of John Hartnett (senior) & Frances (Fanny) Legg and the parents of William & Bertha Lamey, who married in 1835.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Stephen and Bridget CODY in CLONMEL
Stephen CODY b. abt. 1821 in Clonmel, Tipperary; married Bridget b. abt. 1820 in Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary; children born in Ire David abt 1841, Frances abt 1844; family immigrated to Manchester, Eng. abt 1845. 3 other children born in Manchester. Frances married Charles SLATER in 1867 in Manchester. Want to share/contact others researching this family.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
CONALTY family, Clonmel
I'm looking for any information about the CONALTY family who lived in Cashel Street in the 1890s and at 21 William Street in 1901. James John Conalty was a Constable in the Royal Irish Constabulary and died in 1895 age 38. His wife was Johanna Fennessey who was born in Cahir c. 1867 and their children (all born in Cappamore, Co Limerick) were Margaret Ann born 1889, James Joseph born 14/11/1891 and Mary Ellen born 6/2/1894. Johanna and her children moved to England sometime between 1901 and 1911.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Keating/e family St. Marys Clonmel
Am researching the Keating/e family from St Mary's Parish, Clonmel. In particular, William Nathaniel Keating who married Elizabeth Hawkshaw at St. Marys 1852. They had three children, William Hawkshaw, Sarah and Henry. All three children eventually went to Liverpool/Manchester. Elizabeth is living with Sarah and her husband and grandson in 1890 but no sign of William Nathaniel Keating/e. On Elizabeth's death Cert she is the Widow of William Keatinge - Shop keeper. I doubt William Nathaniel made it to the UK?? In 1890, when Henry married in Liverpool, he is deceased on Henry's marriage cert. If anyone is researching Keating/e family would love to hear if you have these people in your tree. Thanks. Barbara
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail John Joseph Burke (born c.1873) CLONMEL-Tipperary-Ireland
I am trying to find any information I can on the parentage and early life of my grandfather J J Burke. All I have is extracted from the 1911 UK census which tells that he was born in CLONMEL and by 1911 was married to Ada Maria Britton, was aged 38 and living in Fulham - w.st London. The census tells that at that time he had 4 children, Winifred,Kathleen,Albert and Gladys. I believe he was at some stage an army guardsman as I can recall my mother (another of his children born 1913) telling me that he wore a bearskin(busby). Any help at all would be much appreciated. Thank You.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Coffey, Coffee
John Coffey born about 1823 married Mary Osborn and both are reported as being from Clonmel. They had a son Thomas born about 1848. Thomas emigrated to USA in the 1870's and settled in Chicago, Il. Any information on them would be appreciated.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2018
red mail James H Lonergan. Mayor of Clonmel 1893
I am looking for information on a maternal ancestor - James H Lonergan who was mayor of Clonmel in 1893 and 1894. The 'H' may have stood for 'Hill'. I have learned from commercial directories that he was an alderman as early as 1889, and may have been a butcher in the Shambles area of the town.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail O'Brien Clonmel /Cahir
I am looking for O'Brien's born Clonmel Cahir area particulary John in 1862 and two brothers Michael and David no birthdates, to a Michael and Bridget O'Grady. I think they married in 1853. They moved to the Aldershot area between 1862 and 1881. Does this ring any bells? Thankyou.
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2018
red mail Fitzgerald - Haddon
Nga mihi o te Kirihimete. Seasons greetings from Aotearoa, New Zealand. I am looking for information about Hannah Fitzgerald who married James Haddon or Hadden at St Mary's, Clonmel on Dec 3 1833. He was a soldier with the Royal Artillery and is noted on the marriage record as living in the barracks at the time. There is no further information about Hannah, such a s parents etc. The birth of their son John is noted in Dec 1834, but again, no further information about Hannah and her origin. Our oral traditions acknowledge another child Mary Ann, born 1833. Excuse my ignorance, but why was the British Army in Tipperary, and how long were they there? Or, was this part of a British, Irish alliance? I find this all very interesting. James is of Scottish origin. Any information would be greatly appreciated
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2017

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