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red mail Roddy Kiely or Roderick Kealy
I hope someone with Dunmore connections can help me. I'm trying to find out about a story my great grandmother Julia Concannon told in 1945 just a few months before she died (she was 93 and a little confused at the time). Is there any truth in this story? I can't find any record of it anywhere. This is what my great grandmother said about an incident that happened some time in the 1800's: ''Roddy Kiely of Carrowkeel was a most severe agent for Blakes of Carraroe. He once summoned a hungry man for pulling one turnip. Local people killed and tarred (???) cattle on Roddys farm from time to time in revenge. Apparently they blackened their faces to avoid recognition. A servant girl who worked for Roddy Kiely was joking a servant boy of same, and blackened his face one night with polish. He is said to have had no connection with the cattle stealing. He was arrested shortly after leaving Kielys and later convicted and hanged. Kiely was called as a witness for the defence, and he said that the only character he could give him was that his mother once stole a turkey from him; some people say she stole it in hunger--- others say she did not steal it at all. All, however, blame Roddy for his death, as he was in a position to clear him, and they (then?) that as a punishment for this, his tyrannical career was ended by a fall from his carriage outside my great grandfathers house in Carantrila''. Any information at all about this episode would be helpful.
red mail Tierney family of Dunmore
Michael Tierney, his wife Julia (Connolly) and seven children emigrated to NSW in 1841. they had a further 3 children here. The eldest, Catherine, m. James Coleman in Sydney in 1852, and had twelve children. James and Catherine were my gt-gt-grandparents.
Michael GLEESON b. 1844 Dunmore, Galway, Ireland migrated to NSW Australia and m. 1867 to Johanna Mary WHITE b. 1846 Tipperary, Ireland. Both died Murwillumbah NSW Australia. Looking for any ancestoral information.
red mail Donnellan, Donlan
Looking for information on the Donlan family. John Donlan born 1826 and his son also John born about 1844 in Dunmore Galway.
red mail John Donelan
I am looking for any info on the Parents of John Donelon born in Dunmore in 1921.His fathers name is John Donelan and he married Norah Flaherty.
red mail Brennan, "Chequerhill", Dunmore
I am looking for information about Johnny Brennan of Chequerhill, Dunmore, Co Galway. He supposedly married a Sally Rabbit from Tuam. He is my great great (perhaps one more great) grandfather. He was the father of my great grandmother, Catherine Brennan (1843) who married Tommy Cunniffe. My grandmother, Elizabeth, was one of their seven children. Elizabeth emigrated to the USA and settled in Washington, DC. She married Tommy Winston from Carrick, Co Roscommon in Washington, DC. However, they met in Ireland. They sired my father, Tommy Winston.
red mail Leydon
I am looking for information about Peter, John and Michael Leydon, transported to Australia in 1835.
red mail Fleming/Loftus families
Looking for Martin Fleming & Julia Loftus who had a daughter Agnes Fleming who married Clement Kemp in England & returned with him to Australia.
red mail Walsh Family
Looking for information on the children of Thomas Walsh c1850. John c1873 and James c1874 moved to England where the both died. Sarah c1885 Margaret c1881 Kate c1880 and Bridget c1876 emigrated to USA. Bridget returned to Eire and married Luke Kelly. Sarah married in USA, StOnge was her married name, she had a son and daughter. Sarah's daughter's married name was Dorothy Breinager and she lived in Meriden Conneticut.
red mail William Patrick Flanagan
Looking for information about the family of Patrick William Flanagan, born 1832/3, Dunmore. In Shoreditch, London, 1861, working as a Gunmaker, 1871 on in Marylebone, London, working for a while as a Green Grocer, then as a blacksmith. Would like to link to any other Galway origin London Flanagans.

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