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County Tipperary, Tiobraid Arann, TIP, (Province of Munster, Mumhain)
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red mail morris hayes clonmel
my great great great grandfather morris hayes was in the west ham union workhouse in 1851 having arrived in england from ireland. the census shows he was born in Clonmel yet on another it says munster. are these two places near each other? can anyone help me i am stuck in a rut
red mail Mary Bougler Mar 2007
My step father Pat Clancy is trying to find out what happend to Mary Bougler from Ballaluskey, Drangan, Co Tipperary, he used to lodge with her. He left Ireland in 1943, he knows she died not longer after he left but cannot find out where she is buried, can anyone help
red mail NELLIS NEALIS AND VARIANTS
I am interested in anyone of this name and variants from Ireland and England
red mail Hugh and Ellen Heley
Looking for information on Hugh Heley (various spellings of surname had led to much confusion) Hugh was born in Tipperary abt. 1829. Also his wife Ellen Heley (nee Barry or Berry) born abt 1828 in Tipperary. By 1861 they were married and living in Sandbach, Cheshire. Would like more information on both, siblings and parents. Any help appreciated. Thanks Claire
red mail Dwyer Jeremiah
Looking fo information on Jeremiah Dwyer married Ellen Brereton they had one child (Catherine)at the time fo arriving in AUSTRALIA on the 14th June 1855 on the ship Blanche Moore.
red mail HANRAHAN
Any details on this family in Tipperary, Mary born c1840
red mail Neville
I am looking for Iformation on James Neville b.Tipperary 1845 married a Ellen Ryan then came over to Bristol England I would dearly like to know the parents of James and Ellen.
red mail JOHN DWYER, JOHANNA BURKE
I am looking for information regarding John Dwyer and his spouse Johanna Burke. John was born in Mitcheltown Tipperary Abt.1815 and not sure where Johanna Burke was born but it was Ireland. They married and went to Tasmania Aust. on The Maitland in 1854. Would anyone know anything about these people?
red mail Dwyer family
I am looking for any information regarding this Family: Joseph Dwyer, from Tipperary, who had married Catherine (Kate) Carroll. They had moved to the United States and had settled in St. Louis, Missouri. Joseph was born in abt. 1837. Joseph had passed away in 1877, in St. Louis, Missouri. They had 4 children: Elizabeth Ellen Dwyer/ Geiss, Ellen Dwyer/ Luce?, Joseph M. Dwyer who was married to Louise Bohlem and a second marriage to Julia Roland, and Simon (Samuel J.) Dwyer who was married to Anna McAdam. Joseph had a brother named John Dwyer, who had married Maria ? and had a daughter named Mary Dwyer/Conway, who had married William Conway. Maria had passed away and John Dwyer had remarried Elizabeth O'Connell. Joseph had a sister named Margaret Dwyer/Schoettler, who had married Henry Schoettler. Joseph had another sister named Julia Dwyer/O'Neil, who had married Thomas (Tom) O'Neil. They all had settled in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.
red mail James Woodruff + Elizabeth Ryan
I am trying to go back a generation on both sides for: James Woodruff b.1796 d.5 Jun 1873 m.24 Oct 1824 Clonoulty, Tipperary to: Elizabeth Ryan b. 1796 d. 20 Sep 1877. They had many children one being Edmund Woodruff b.12 Sep 1834 d.10 Sep 1887 m.25 Apr 1863 Clonoulty, Tipperary died in Ballarat, Vic, Australia. Any leads would be valued, thanks Andrew. PS James Woodruff was my Great-G-G-Grandfather

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