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County Tipperary, Tiobraid Arann, TIP, (Province of Munster, Mumhain)
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red mail COODY
Tying to find info on James Coody born in Tipperary about 1835 son of James Coody. He had moved to England and became a soldier by 1860.
red mail TRY
Looking for connections to the TRY family
red mail Michael Brennan -Kilkenny 1814
Michael Brennan Born 1814 at Kilkenny, Died in Australia 1862,I believe he was the son of Patrick and Mary Brennan. He married Ellen Kilfoyle in 1843
red mail Fogarty/Ryan
James Fogarty 1770? m Judith Ryan Resided in Tipperary, or Clonoulty. Son Michael 1799 sent to Australia aboard the 'Governor Ready' for life. Departed Cork, Ireland, 21st September 1828. Charged with `coining`. Date of trial: March 12th 1828
red mail BRENNAN, Joseph - 1813-1859
Joseph BRENNAN was a 20 year old stable boy, single , R.C., literate and a native of Tipperary when he was convicted of 'Burglary and robbbery' at Tipperary court on 16th July, 1833. Although he had no prior convictions, Joseph was given a life sentence and transported to Sydney, NSW on 'Parmelia'(2), arriving 1st March, 1834. In 1842, after an act of bravery protecting his assigned master & family from bushrangers, he was recommended for and granted a conditional pardon. He married Eliza(beth) Toole in 1843 in Maitland NSW. Joseph's death is recorded at Murrurundi, NSW in 1859. Any information at all would be appreciated.
red mail SHERLOCK, O'ROURKE
John Sherlock & his wife Maria nee O'Rourke with their eight children left Ireland in 1852. They probably had lived in the parish of Dorrah. Was John's mother named Catherine ? Information sought re John & Maria's marriage, & the names of their parents & siblings. It is known that John had a brother who remained in Ireland. Their eldest child was born approx 1838.
red mail Hanley,Hanly
Am trying to locate any info on a Johanna Hanley (Daughter of John hanley/hanly & catherine Delaney) who left Ireland appx 1852 & arrived in Australia on board the "JOHN Davies" that year with several other hanley girls Bridget,catherine,margaret,Winnifred & 2 mary's..All records, shipping, Death cert. only show Tipperary as birthplace..don't know whether this is city or county..apprec any help..Brendan
red mail Flynn and Ryan
Does anyone have knowledge of Michael and Catherine Flynn (nee Ryan)? Michael and Catherine were the parents of my Great Grandmother Ellen Flynn. Ellen was born in Templetuohy, Tipperary. Ellen married Cornelius Lynch in Gympie Australia in 1879.
red mail Bourke
1935 the Bourke family i am looking for lived Hannons or Hammons Cottages Tipperary. Patrick Joseph Bourke born c1895 married Mary Hogan born c1904 married c1934/5
red mail Farrell / Proctor
My great grandparents were married at Calin Church Co Tipperary 16/2/1885. She was Alice Farrell (Father:Michael Farrell, pensioner)and he was Thomas Henry Proctor of 21st Hussars. Thomas was from Yorkshire. They spent time in India and I believe Alice settled back in Ireland after Thomas left the army in 1907 but she died about 1910. Their first born child Mary Alice Proctor was born in Calin and may have returned to Ireland with her mother. The second child Thomas also came to live in Ireland after he left the Army and married Elizabeth Dooley.Thomas and Alices' other children were:Michael, Laura(my grandmother), Hilda, Richard and Dorothy. If anyone recognises this family I would be really grateful for any info. Thank you.

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