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Thurles Workhouse Margaret Ryan, Hickey
we are seeking information about margaret ryan, who was born illigitimately in thurles workhouse on 30 may 1918. her unmarried mothers name was also margaret ryan. at some point, baby margaret ryan changed her surname from ryan to hickey, and emigrated to england during the 1930s. we would like to know more about this lady and her family.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Ryan
Hello, I'm looking for information on Catherine Ryan (my G Grandmother) born abt 1847 Thurles, Co. Tipperary, married Owen O'Brien 1872 Murrurundi NSW Australia and had 11 children. Catherine died 1929 West Tamworth NSW Australia, her death certificate gave 'time in Australia' as 76 years in NSW, making her about 6 years old when she came to Aust.... If any one has any information about her they would like to share, it would be much appreciated. thanks Lyn
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail John Ryan and Joanna Fogarty
Looking for information on my great great grandparents,John and Joanna Ryan(nee Fogarty).Their son,Michael married Margaret in 1852.Margaret was the daughter of Patrick and Mary Maher(nee Long)
red mail FENNESSY/CLEARY
Looking for information on ancestors of Thomas Fennessy and his wife Mary Anne Cleary (b 1831). Children were Mary, Hubert, Catherine (b 1853), John and Charlotte. I believe the family moved to Cork, then later Catherine married William Hopkins and lived in Liverpool.
red mail Long, Thurles
Patrick Long b 1807c, father Thomas, arrived Sydney NSW per 'Abbotsford' 29Sep1839. Patrick was a blacksmith. He married Anne Lennon who had arrived per 'North Britain' on 14Dec1839 (with her parents and four siblings) on 20Sep1841 at Penrith NSW.
red mail Fogarty Delia Bridget b . 1/9/1887
Delia Bridget who may first have been a servant girl to a neighbouring household in Thurles before departing to Belfast to become a domestic servant; may have had brothers James and Andrew.
red mail Going
Caroline Going was the daughter of the Rev John Going who was shot by an unknown assailant in the 1820's. John's brother was also murdered within a few years. Caroline married Richard Pennfather at Crannagh and most of their children later migrated to Australia. The Going family had been commercially significant in the area about Thurles. I seek information on the death of Caroline.
red mail Ryan and Maher or Meagher
Looking for contact with the family of John Ryan and Joanna Fogarty of Thurles. Their son Michael married Margaret Maher and came to Queensland, Australia in 1854. Both parents were listed as having dies by that date. Margaret had two sisters already in Australia, possibly Sydney and possibly Mary and Catherine. Both her parents Patrick and Mary were still living in Tipperary in 1854. Thanks
red mail cummins / doyle
John Cummins b.1814 (Thurles area Tipperary) transported on Blenheim 1834 to NSW. Need help to find his parents/family (had a step father Pat doyle).
red mail Samuel Churchill of Thurles
Does anyone have info regarding Samuel Churchill, b. Thurles, Co. Tipperary abt 1786? In Feb 1812, at age 26, he enlisted in the Royal Sappers and Miners. Went to Canada in 1813 -- served in War of 1812-14; discharged in Quebec City 1819. Obtained land grant in Lanark County, Upper Canada. May possibly have links to Churchill families in nearby Littleton or Two Mile Borris who also emigrated to Canada (Quebec). Samuel's wife is believed to be Jane Bowles, also of Co. Tipperary. Have lots of info about Samuel's descendants -- but no info on his parentage, or that of Jane Bowles.

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