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Ballyconnell, Beal Atha Conaill County Cavan
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Sisters Margaret and Mary Reilly of Ballyconnell , County Cavan , Ireland , left their Homeland to begin a new life in Australia. Margaret Reilly , the elder sister ( born c1835 ) , seemingly emigrated first , followed by her sister Mary ( born c1845 ) , in 1865......................... They both settled in Grafton , New South wales , Australia......... The parents they left behind in County Cavan ,Ireland , were John and Rose Reilly........................................... Margaret married a Patrick Manning , at Grafton , in 1866.......... Patrick Manning was also from Ireland .He was born ( Moycarky Civil Parish , County Tipperary ), c1834 , and died at Grafton , New South Wales , Australia , in 1912,aged 78 years. Mary Reilly married Danish-born John Brown , at North Grafton ,NSW , in 1867.John Brown was aged about 26 years , when wed.
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red mail Annie Callahan (or Callaghan)
My great-grandmother's marriage certificate lists her birthplace as Ballyconnell, Cavan, Ireland and her parents as Terence Callahan and Annie Jones, her father's occupation being Farmer. She married Edward Wilson of Kilbeggan, Westmeath in Rockhampton, Australia in 1876 at the age of 25. However, when I search the surnames Callahan and Jones in Ballyconnell, there are no entries. Can anyone help throw light on this?
red mail Cox ancestors in Cavan County
I am a descendent of John Cox and Mary Wilson who had 8 children in Cavan county,William, Alexander,George,Sandy, Robert,Margaret,Abram and James. James and his wife Mary Blakely migrated to Muskingum Co.Ohio, USA in May 1847. Mary was the daughter of William Blakely and Elizabeth Graham. James and Mary had 7 children, I am from Abram Cox and Jane Strawn lineage. If you have any information about John and Mary or James and Mary, the Wilsons or Blakely's please contact me.
red mail Cox
John Cox immigrated to New York,at the age of 16 on the ship, General Bleacher around 1820. I am interested in any information on the Cox family from Ballyconnell. They immigrated prior to the potato famine and were living in Ohio by 1828. Thank you.
red mail Ballyconnell
Our grandfather, Peter J. Reilly (O'Reilly) came from Ballyconnell. He was born in 1887 and came through Baltimore to the Phildelphia area. He had a number of siblings. One was Bernard. A few came to the US and the others remained in County Cavan.

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