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red mail Michael Mullin and Mary (Ryan) Mullin Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish
Seeking genealogy information on my great-great grandparents, Michael and Mary (Ryan) Mullin. They were natives of the county Limerick, parish of Gallbilly. They emigrated with their children in 1848 and settled at Clayton, Jefferson County, New York, U.S.A. Michael Mullin was previously married to Catherine Picket, who died at the age of 30. Catherine bore him 2 children, Johanna and Mary(?). Mary (Ryan), Michael's second wife, bore him 7 children. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Kate
red mail Johanna Martin and Michael Hanafin Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish
I am looking for a spouse for Johanna Martin, born Galbally Ireland. Father John Martin, mother Margaret O'Shea. Michael Hannafin is a possible spouse, he came from Tralee and died at the age of 24. Johanna was the sister of my grandfather, John Martin. Elizabeth
red mail Martin John and Margaret O'Shea Galbally, An Gallbhaile, and Parish
Seeking John and Margaret Martin (nee O'Shea ) who lived in Galbally area in 1830s to 1890s. Children: Mary 1858, Michael 1859, John 1861, Johanna 1865, Joseph 1867, and Patrick 1869
red mail kelly Longford
i am intrested in a james charles kelly from county longford born abt 1852 and came to new zealand in 1874 on the ship hindostar


 
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