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red mail Edward Hennessy m. Mary Delaney
I am researching Edward Hennessy- possibly William Edward Hennessy who married Mary Delaney around mid 1850-60 in Kilkenny County. Edward and Mary may have farmed at Bridge Street North (Callan)and/or Moanmore Commons which was classed as a townland. The Hennessy name is among 25 families who are named in the Griffith Land evaluation. I would like to know any local history on Moanmore Commons - presently advertised in real estate brochures. Of particular interest is the church a Roman Catholic might attend if living either at Moanmore Commons or Bridge Street North (nearer the city of Kilkenny). I am visiting there in June and hope to find records throught the Roman Catholic Church and other sources. Edward (William Edward?) is said to have worked at Kilkenny Castle in the early 1880's for the Butler family. His daughter, Maggie (Margaret) possibly worked as a domestic for the same famly as a young girl after both parents died. she later emigrated to Australia to joine two of her three siblings in Sydney.
red mail Mary Hennessy, daughter of Edward
Mary Hennessy immigrated to New York and married Timothy Dunn 5 Oct, 1885 at St Peter's church N.Y. City. She gave birth to a daughter, Annie Mary 19 Oct, 1886 . Mary died from P.M Childbirth 2 Dec 1886. Timmothy Dunn worked at the Lunatic Assylam, Blackwells Island, New York City, America. Interested in finding descendants of Annie Mary Dunn.Cheers, H.S (note the Hennessy family may have lived closer to Kilkenny City. Callan address not proven.
red mail Callan, Kilkenny Hennesseys
I am looking for a connection to my 3x gr grandfather, Edward Hennessey. According to the records I just received, he was born in 1815 in County Kilkenny. Edward married Hannah Movell in Merasheen Newfoundland in 1837. They had 10 children, some of which moved to Chicago, including Hannah and her daughter, Elizabeth (my 2x gr grandmother), and her granddaughter, Hannah, my gr grandmother. Bill, USA
red mail CODY, SMYTH, WALLACE IN CALLAN
William Cody b. Callan c 1810 m Margaret Ma Smyth-Wallace 1837. Children: William Michael,Nicholas,Pierce all b. Callan. Other family members include Nicholas, Richard and Redmond brothers of Wm (b.1810).
red mail Callan Workhouse
My great grandmother was born in Callan workhouse in 1868. Anne/Hannah Salinger, to Mary Butler and John ST. Leger. Mary was living in the workhouse and John St. Leger was a servant living in Seskin. Any info or ideas how to find anything on Mary ofJohn would be very helpful. Julie
red mail Callan Workhouse
My great grandmother Anne/Hannah Salinger was born in Callan Workhouse in 1868. Her parents were Mary Butler and John St. Leger. Mary's address was listed as the workhouse and John's was in Seskin where he was a servant. Any info or help would be great. Julie

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