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Kilmoyly South, and Parish County Kerry
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red mail Moriarty Ardfert Abbey, and Parish
Born in ardfert 1900s , my Grandfather John and his brother Thomas.
red mail Relatives of Jeremiah (Ger) & Catherine (Kitty) Lyne Ardfert Abbey, and Parish
I am trying to trace any relatives of Jeremiah (Ger) and Catherine (Kitty) (Nee Walsh) Lyne. Desperate to contact any relatives.
red mail Tubrid More Ardfert, Ard Fhearta
Tubrid House, Tubrid More. Built by the Crosbie family in the 18th century. Names associated with Tubrid House: John G. Crosbie, Sir Barry Denny, George Gunn, Henry Hilliard, John O'Connell of Grenagh, Killarney, John Sullivan of Tubrid, See the "more info" page for further details.
red mail Bushmount Causeway, An Tochar
Bushmount may have been built in the early 19th century. Wilson Gun was leasing Bushmount to Dominick Rice at the time of Griffith's Valuation. The house still exists and is occupied. See the CuriousFox "more info" page for further details and the source.
red mail Lisnagonee or Rattoo West Causeway, An Tochar
At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Wilson Gun was leasing this property to Thomas O'Connell. Bary states that this house is now known as Lisnagonee House. It still exists and is occupied.
red mail Rattoo House Causeway, An Tochar
Lewis refers to Rattoo Lodge as the residence of W.T. Gun in 1837. The 1st edition Ordnance Survey map shows "Rattoo House (in ruins)", south west of the Round Tower, which would suggest there was an earlier house also known by this name. In 2010 it was offered for sale.
red mail Rattoo A Causeway, An Tochar
Wilson Gun was leasing a property to John Hanlon at the time of Griffith's Valuation This may be the building shown on the Ordnance Survey maps adjacent to the area known as The Paddock and not far from the farmyard.
red mail Rattoo townland. Causeway, An Tochar
Rattoo was owned by the Gunn/Gun family who were associated with the Raymonds of Ballyloughran in Galey parish, the Connor/O'Connor family of Ardfert and the Connell/O'Connell family of Portmagee.
red mail sullivan/fitzgerald/Howard Banna
Looking for descendants of John Sullivan and Margaret also known as Peggy) Fitzgerald for Banna, Kerry. their daugher Ellen sullivan (born 1862) married Michael Howard in Ardfert and then immigrated to Brisbane, Australia. in 1883 I believe Ellen's brother Edward (Tim) also immigrated to Australia. Looking for anyone associated with these families. Very unsure with the Howards, know Michael's father was Edmund and mother possibly Mary McCrohan do not know where they are from but believe County Kerry possibly Tralee.
red mail Neligan's and Sullivan's of Kerry Ardfert, Ard Fhearta
Honora Neligan born 1854 was living in Ardfert when she married an English soldier in 1881. Honora's parents were Maurice and Margaret Neligan nee Sullivan, does anyone share this ancestry?

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