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red mail Mary and Michael Sullivan
What I know about my grandparents: Grandfather: Michael Sullivan, born 10/25/1870. Could have come from Middle Mountain or Ardfield, Clonakilty, County Cork He emigrated to the USA through Boston in 1891 according to the US Census of 1900 and lived in Chicago, Illinois after a brief stay in Whiting, Indiana. He had at least one brother, Timothy, who emigrated to the USA in 1893 (birth: December, 1869). Grandmother: Mary Sullivan (also her maiden name), born 3.25.1871? in Ardfield, Clonakilty, County Cork. She emigrated to the USA in 1890. She had at least three sisters: Kate, Nell,(both emigrated to the USA) and another sister who remained in Ireland. They met and married in Chicago, Illinois in 1895. My grandfather had a niece, Bridget McCarthy, who lived with them in Chicago at the time of the 1910 census. I believe that a pub owner in Ardfield named Dermot Mahoney may be related to my grandmother. I am planning a visit to Ireland in April/May and will be in Clonakilty in early May 2016 and would appreciate any information about the family, especially finding my great-grandparents' names and where they are buried. Thank you.
red mail Barrett/Wilson
Looking for information about the parents of Maria Barret t who was born in Clonakilty about 1830. She married Allen Wilson in 1849 and emigrated to Australia in 1857 with their only child, Charles. Her death cerificate lists her father as John and mother as Maria but no surname. Any information would be great!
red mail Michael Sullivan 1831c/Johanna ? 1835c
Looking any information on my Great-Great Grandfather MICHAEL SULLIVAN born 1831 cira from Cork. Only have information when he got to Carshalton, Surrey 1871 Census. Also any info regarding his wife JOHANNA, don't have a surname born 1835 cira, believe she came from Clonakilty. Kind Regards.
red mail Collins, Coughlin
Looking for information on Daniel Collins and wife Honora born in Clonakilty about 1811, known children were Mary b1835, Ellen c1837, Catherine c1841 , Patrick c1845 and Johanna, came to Cardiff S. Wales about 1853. Also Cornelius Coughlin (Coghlen) and wife Elizabeth (Betsy) and children John, Catherine and Timothy also in Cardiff about 1853
red mail whelton
I am looking for any information on Bartholomew Whelton who was born in 1795. He married Johanna Hurley (birth 1798 in Kinsale). They immigrated to Canada in 1822. We have all the info from there to present but can not find any information from Ireland.
red mail Hanglin/Hanglan/Anglin in Clonakilty?
I'm trying to find out where my great-great-grandfather, Thomas Hanglin, came from in Ireland. He was born between 1837-1841 and eventually emigrated to the States. On his marriage certificate in 1870 Jersey City, New Jersey, he lists his parents as Nicholas and Ellen Hanglan. I have found one entry in Griffith's that lists an Ellen Hanglan/Hanglin as leasing land in 1851. If this is Thomas's mother, perhaps his father died. One of the main difficulties is that the name is spelled so many different ways. Here in the States, I've seen it spelled in the same cemetery records four different ways! If anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it.
red mail Donovan/Mahoney
I am looking for information on an Elizabeth Donovan (nee Mahoney). She was bn 1789 and married a John Donovan prior to 1815. He was a shoemaker, but transported to New South Wales, Aust. in 1820. She may have followed in 1826, on the "Lady Rowena" or after. Her daughter Mary Ann Donovan emigrated to Sydney in 1835 aboard the "James Pattison". Elizabeth is said to have emigrated, but I can't find clear evidence except for a birth record for an Edward (listing Elizabeth as mother) in 1839. I would like to find her parents if possible, and possibly those of John.
red mail daniel fitzpatrick
Looking for Daniel Fitzpatrick connection. He came to Boston in 1893. He married Nora Hennessy from Clonakilty. She had sisters Julia, Margaret and maybe a brother James. Any hope out there?
red mail Collins from Clonakilty
Am searching for info re my Grandparents John(Jack) Collins amd Cathrine Collins (nee O'Neill) He was a postman and they lived in Clarke Street next door to Cathrine's brother Michael O'Neill. John died in 1928 and Cathrine in 1933.John was the second son of Jeremiah Collins and Ellen Donovan and the lived in Fax Bridge. the eldest son was Jeremiah and he went to Leeds, he was a tailor. Cathrine's parents were John O'Neill(fisherman) and Mary O'Neill (Hayes) and they lived in one of a pair of single storey cottages by the harbour in Mill Cove.
red mail Uncle Dan O Driscoll
The only details I have are sketchy, my gran kathleen o driscoll, had him in clonakilty we think this was in pelletstown(1930s) but we arent sure,we knowshe was sent somewhere, all we know is he got in contact 15 or so years ago with my mum.For reasons we do understand my mum couldnt help much other than to tell him granny was a lovely kind woman.We know he died 3 years ago and is buried in Clonakilty. Also he worked for a farmer, He also died without family, we wish to try make this up, a place to go,!!! Please if you have any ideas help!

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