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red mail O'Connor family
Hi, I am trying to find information on my late grandfather's family. He would have been born around 1900 and the family lived in New Street Killarney, I know he had a brother called Thomas and a sister called Winifred who became a nun. My grandfather was called Daniel and moved to South Wales in around 1920s. Any information welcome.
Meara/Sullivan marriage
I should like to hear from anyone who is descended from Patrick Meara and Margaret Sullivan, who were married on 21st Feb 1911 in the R.C. church at Tuogh, which I understand is near Killarney, Kerry. Margaret Sullivan may have been my great aunt and I am trying to trace more members of my family.
red mail Looking for Brosnahan families who moved to London
BROSNAN/Brosnahan - TIMOTHY who married Ellen - born Kerry c1780, left Ireland and came to London.. They had two children - John and Mary. Trying to find Timothy's or Ellen's Parents, all born in Ireland. Jenny
Looking for family photographs
This is a very long shot. Does anyone have in their collections have any photographs of my Irish ancestors from Killarney. One in particular is of Michael Lee (Leahy) born 1861 and was brought to England and settled in the Soho area. He married a Elizabeth Murphy born in Dublin 1871 the daughter of a Philip Murphy. Also his Father Jehimiah Lee (Leahy) who was a Tailor by trade who, besides Michael also had a son named Patrick. I would be eternally grateful for any photographs or further information on this family as I have met a big Brick Wall.
LEE FAMILY IN KILLARNEY, CILL AIRNE 1800'S
If anyone else is searching for ancestors in killarney, Cill Airne round about the 1800's and have been successful I would love to hear how and where you managed to get information going back so far. I have hit what seems to be a massive brick wall. Can you help please
red mail Father William Ferris,
I am looking to find a copy of "Traditional Game of Caid", a thesis written by Father William Ferris, probably in the mid-1920s. I believe he is from Killarney. He went to school at what was then Saint Brendans Seminary (now Saint Brendans College) and went on to become a curate at Rathmore, and later parish priest at Glenflesk (1938-43) and Ballylongford (not sure of the dates). He was a champion of the Irish language in schools and wrote several local histories. In addition to this, he promoted the revival of Gaelic football, helped found a team at Gneeveguilla in 1926-27. His aforementioned thesis on Caid has been referenced many times, but I have not been able to locate a copy after some extensive searching. If anyone knows where I might find a copy, I would be much obliged.
red mail Bessie Tiehen? & Bryan Molony
Bessie bn Killarney 1858, Bryan bn Tralee 1853.they arr. ChCh NZ abt 1874 separately, marr. Oamaru North Otago 1878,I am looking for their origins. Bessie f Timothy Tehen m Mary O'connor.Bryans f Thomas Moloney/ny,m Mary O'Sullivan.I have a fund of info on their decendants to excange for info on their ancestors.
red mail Sullivan and Counihan families
Any additional info sought on the SULLIVAN, COUNIHAN, MORIARTY, BRIEN and LEAHY families of Clogherreen, Mynish ( Minish ), Gortnacoonig - all places just south of Killarney town, near Muckross. Also SULLIVAN, COUNIHAN, and SWEENY / Mc SWEENY families of Teernaboul and Lissivigeen, south east of Killarney ( on way to Glenflesk ) Dates from late 1700s to about 1860. Mary
red mail Collins Killarney
Looking for any info/history of my fathers family. He was Eugene Partick (Owen)Collins, born in 1923. Parents ran/owned Park Place hotel, aunty owned the Alexander just accross the road. He left to fight in the war and lost all contact with his parents. He had 4 brothers, all dead unfortunately. Any info, however small would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail Patrick Sullivan
I believe that Patrick is my Great, Great Grandfather. There is a Thomb Stone at Rverside Cemetry in Clarksville, Tennesse that says: Born Mar. 15, 1828 Parish of Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland. I belive his son is Mike Sullivan who has a Thomb Stone a couple stones away from Patrick. Mike's stone says that he was Mayor of Clarksville 1875,76,77. I'm just looking for my roots. Gary

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