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Mulcahy/Dwyer Families
I am seeking any information on either John Mulcahy (m Ellen Dwyer in first half 19th cent) or his son Martin Mulcahy (b1841 Marlefield, Co Tipperary, m Esther Randall) who was the postman in Cashel, Co Tipperary after 1884 and thought to be buried near Clonmel
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Alice FREESE/FRIEZE, my great grandmother born about 1834, in Cashel, Tipperary, emigrated to Australia on the 'John Knox' as an Irish Famine Orphan in 1850. Her father was William Freese, a cooper, her mother Margaret PURTELL/PURCELL. Alice had at least two brothers John and James. Does anyone know anything about this family or their descendants? Very important to me.
Posted: 2009, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
Prossors of Cashel, late 1700s
I have an Anthony and Samuel PROSSOR born in Cashel late 1790s, early 1800s. They were Church of Ireland and emigrated to England in their teens/20s.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail MAHER
Can anybody help me with information about John Thomas Maher who I think would have been born in Tipperary in about 1770. I believe he may have been a surgeon and that he married Mary Gore. They had a son Mathias Maher, born in Cashel in 1796, who was transported to Australia in 1820.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail MAHER
I'm searching for information about the family of Mathias Maher born in Cachel, Tipperary in 1796. He was transported to Australia in in 1820. I am interested to find out about his ancestors as well as his family in Australia, particularly anything about his grandson Nicholas Maher born in Goulburn in 1865.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Wade / Garrett / Bryan / O'Brien / Ryan
John Wade of Turraheen m. Mary Ryan in 1846 in Clonoulty RC District. His son John Wade (b.Turraheen c.1852) and Catherine Bryan (O'Brien) married in 1871 in Rossmore Chapel. Michael Wade (b.Turraheen 1877) married Catherine Garrett in 1901 in Clonoulty Chapel.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Pennefather - Richard
The Pennefather family were significant landholders in Tipperary from the time of Oliver Cromwell. Several of them are burried in the floor of the cathedral on the Rock of Cashel. Several members of Richard's family migrated to Australia in 1855 but I have not been able to locate a death date for him. One of Ricard's sons moved to New Zealand in 1860, married an Irish lass and raised a family. My Grndmother was one of their children.
red mail Connell
Looking for info on my GGGgrandfather Timothy Connell.He came from ireland to scotland about 1851.His father was Jerimiah Connell mother Oleary.He was in the 60th Rifles regiment. He had one son James born Portsmouth 1828, a daughter Catherine born Templemore 1833 and a daughter Mary Anne born Kilrush 1835.Dont know where in Ireland he was born .He was in Scotland 1851 cencus.Wondering if maybe he had more children that stayed in Ireland and never went to Scotland.
red mail MAHER MATHIAS - Cachel
I am searching for information about the family of MATHIAS MAHER (married Margaret Maher) apparently born in Cachel, Tipperary in 1796. He was transported to Australia per Earl of St Vincent around 1820. I am interested to find out about his family in IRELAND. Visiting Ireland in 2011.
red mail Alice O'Donoghue nee O'Dwyer
Looking for information on my GG Grandparents, Thomas O'Donough and Alice O'Dwyer. Thomas was a builders labourer in England in 1862. Assumed born in Tipperary c. 1800. Known Children Mary Frances Donoghue and Catherine Donoghue. Mary married Michael Joseph Costigan from Tipperary in Islington in 1862, and Michael and Mary along with Catherine sailed to Queensland on the Prince Consort in 1864. Love to hear from anyone with information.

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