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The FINCH family from in or Near Kilkenny
I am trying to find the parents of James FINCH who was born at, or near, Kilkenny Ireland about 1776 and married Susanna WARREN(?) in Ireland around 1796. The family, now with 4 kids, Thomas 1798, William 1799, Elizabeth 1800, James 1805, All were baptised at St Marys Church, Kilkenny Ireland. They later moved to Manchester England sometime between 1806 and 1813 where they had another 3 kids Edward 1813, William (again) 1815, Catherine 1820. At some later date (1824 to 1835) his first wife, Susanna, died and he married Hannah CHARLESWORTH, (nee HENSHAW), in 1835. They then lived in Scotland Court Manchester centre till his death about 1846. His son James FINCH, born 1805 Kilkenny Ireland, moved to Burton on Trent following his marriage to Maria PEACE in Manchester in 1825.
Post Revised: 2021
Cuffes Grange
Trying to find family of James Nugent born c1860 Ballycallan district of Kilkenny, possibly Cuffes Grange. Married Bridget Hearne 1891 Ballycallan RC Church, Bridget fronm Knockavalla, Kilkenny. One of there offspring Mary married Michael Clancy early 19th century.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
Dalton
Trying to find any body who might have information or knowledge regarding Dennis Dalton a RC Priest, born early part of 20th century, possibly from the Kilkenny City district.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Brunton
Looking for anybody who may know a family from Kilkenny City called BRUNTON, according to the 1911 census of Ireland they resided in James Street, Kilkenny City. Fathers name Patrick mother name Christina, several children.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Johanna (Judith) Maria OSHEA/SHEA B 1838-9 Kilkenny
Hello I have a descendant named Johanna Maria OSHEA/ SHEA. Johanna was born 1838-9 Kilkenny Ireland. Johanna was mis-transcribed as Judith on the ships list of the "Nashwauk " (which crashed and sunk just off landing in South Australia in 1855). A Mary Oshea/Shea of Kilkenny was also onboard. Both girls were sent out to Australia as Irish Servant Immigrants in 1855. Both girls had requested Sydney. By 1859 Johanna and the mounted police trooper John Bentley (who helped rescue all the Irish immigrant girls in the ship) were situated in Sydney. From Sydney Johanna and John were posted to firstly Stuart Town then Rockley then Bathurst then Hartley and they had 10 children along the way. Johanna resided in Mount Victoria and two of her sons ran two seperate farms in Little Hartley for many years. Johanna lists Michael Oshea/Shea (farmer of Kilkenny) as her father on her certificates here in Australia (mother Unknown). Johanna was 16 when she arrived in SA in 1855. She had requested Sydney so I am wondering if she may have had relatives nearby? Sandra (Wollongong NSW)
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
SAWYER CLARK
Trying to track down details of Ann SAWYER born about 1827 in Ireland. Her father was Daniel SAWYER, mother unknown. She married Henry CLARK around 1846 in Kilkenny, Ireland. He was there as a soldier with the Staffordshire 64th Foot regiment and had just joined up from Holbeach. They had one child Edward Henry CLARKE who was born in Tipperary Ireland abt 1847. Henry died (cause unnkown) in Ireland in Nov 1847. Ann then married Joseph GULL on 19 Jun 1849 in Whaplode, Lincolnshire (near where her first husband was from). She is listed as a widow on their marriage certificate. She and Joseph (along with her son from her first marriage) then emigrated to Australia in 1852. I am interested in any details on the SAWYER or CLARKE side. Thanks Lis.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
O'Meara family
Hi. I am trying to find any connection for a Patrick ( possibly ) William O'MEARA B. around the late 1800s early 1900s, Patrick / Ws father was also called Patrick if i have the correct one from the 1911 Census he was B. Abt.1856 but where ? The 1911 Census shows his wife as Marianne married 12 years but only 2 children which means that Patrick married again at around 43 years of age. The 1901 Census shows his wife then as Annie B. Abt 1872. Could any one out there help point me in the right direction.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
Bridget Bergin 1826-1908 married Thomas Murphy 1815-1915
Thomas was born in County of Carlow. Bridget in County of Kilkenny. They had 13 children, the first John 1845-1917 was born in Aghaboe, Laois, Ireland. The others were born in Perth County, Upper Canada. I know lots about their descendants and would be pleased to share. Hoping someone can tell me more about this couple and their ancestors.
Posted: 2018
red mail Kenna From Kilkenny
Kate/Catherine Kenna b C 1847 Ballyoskill Kilkenny. Parents John Kenna and Mary (Kelly) Catherine migrated to Australia from Plymouth England C 1870.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2016
red mail WALKER
I am searching for information about William Walker (c1765) who came from Kilkenny, and his son George Walker (1796). They were both tried at Kilkenny City Court transported from Cork to Australia aboard the "Earl St Vincent" in 1818. Can anybody help me with information about this family. Ancestors, other family, their crime?
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016

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