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Daingean, An Daingean, Philipstown County Offaly
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Cullen, Rourke (Roark), and Gorman families in Daingean/Philipstown, County Offaly
Looking for information about the Cullen, Rourke (Roark), and Gorman families in the townland of Eskermore, in the parish of Daingean/Philipstown, in County Offaly. I believe that James Cullen, baptized in Daingean 17 August 1836, was my great-grandfather, who later emigrated to the US around 1860, served in the Union Army in the US Civil War, and raised a family of 7 children in New York City. His parents were listed in Daingean as John Cullen and Margaret Rourke (sponsors were Thomas Rourke and Margaret Rourke), and my great-grandfather's parents were listed on his death certificate in the US as being John and Maggie Cullen. John Cullen and Margaret Rourke were married 1 March 1829 in Daingean, and had other children, including John Cullen (born 1832), Margaret (born 1845), and Michael (born 1850) who were married in and/or had children in Daingean. John Cullen was baptized 31 May 1796 in Daingean, and his parents were John Cullen (senior) and Bridget Gorman. I already have the baptismal and marriage records mentioned. Any information about the Cullens, Rourkes, or Gormans would be appreciated, and I can supply information about some US and Irish descendants, if desired.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Brazil - 1800 onward
I am looking for any info about the Brazil family that lived in Daingean. In the 1911 census John & Elila lived at home with 3 of their 9 children, 8 living in 1911. Thomas was the local Blacksmith, Patrick was also a blacksmith but went to the USA, Alice was only 16, but i know she came to England, Kate stayed in Daingean and married there. Margaret my Grandmother was 21 at the time and nowhere to be found, I know she came to England and Married my Grandfather but don't know when. I would like to know who the other children are and what happened to them, and what Elilas maiden name was.
red mail Donegan
Donegan - I am interested in finding family of my Irish great grandmother Mary Donegan who was born 1844 in Edenderry, moved to Daingean (Philipstown) Offaly (King's County) and emigrated to Australia in 1858 to Queensland with Patrick and Celia Donegan who were not her parents. She married Hugh Graham from Antrim in Toowoomba in July 1969, had Alice 1869 and Frank 1872. Hugh disappeared (no records) then and Mary remarried in Sydney to Walter Albert McCombie in 1877. Mary's parents Thomas and Mary nee Tyrrell stayed in Daingean where he worked as a shoemaker followed by their son William. Mary had a brother Daniel who was a jeweller in Cork, a sister Susan born 1840 who married someone Keogh and emigrated to Australia and a sister Kathleen who emigrated to US. There were other siblings born in Edenderry and Daingean. Her daughter Lydia Laing nee McCombie is my grandmother.
red mail Newell/Loughrey
Mary Loughrey nee Newell born Philipstown Co Offaly approx 1860. Appears on the 1911 Dublin census as a widow. Husband Thomas Loughrey. Children Anne, James, Mary and Bridget. Looking for any information on the Newell family in Co Offaly,
red mail Newell/Mullins
Anthony NEWELL married Bridget MULLINS. Their children were born in Derrycooly, Co Offaly and Philipstown. Children are Mary NEWELL born 1861 married Thomas LOUGHREY, Anne NEWELL born 28 June 1864, Margaret NEWELL born 12 November 1866, Ellen NEWELL born 3 October 1868, Eliza NEWELL born 28 April 1872, Joseph NEWELL born 18 August 1870, Anthony NEWELL born 12 May 1874 and Catherine NEWELL born 11 March 1877. All help appreciated.
red mail Marriage
My grandfather Bernard Martin Married My grandmother Margaret Moore In Philipstown Kings co. 5th February 1894. I am looknig for their birth dates and any othe information

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