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County Wexford, Loch Garman, WEX, (Province of Leinster, Laighin)
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Looking for johns parents!
In Liverpool in 1868 John MOLLOY, a tailor, b.1845 married Anne TOBIN b.1844 both from Co. Wexford. Family legend had it they ran away to England as sweethearts. I'm not so sure, think they maybe joined family over there. We think John may have had a sister or close relative Elizabeth MOLLOY(later Pepper)and Anne may have an aunt/older sister Margaret ROONEY (nee TOBIN). Familiar to anyone? Thanks x
Posted: 2021
catherine killbride
Catherine Killbride was my gggrandmother, she married michael walsh and they came to america and settled in Illinois. Looking for any information on Catherine Killbride who was born in wexford Irelan
Posted: 2021
James Bond - 1800-? and Bridget Cosgrove 1800-1885)
James and Bridget were both born in County Wexford. 6 of their 12 children were born in Ireland before the family emigrated to Prince Edward County, Upper Canada in about 1831 or 1832. James Bond may be a descendant of the Bond family which arrived in Ireland around 1650 with Ephriam Bond of a Yorkshire family who were members of the Society of Adventures under Oliver Cromwell. The Society of Adventures loaned money to the English Parliament to assist in the conquest of Ireland. In return they were given land in Ireland confiscated from the Irish Catholics.The descendants of Ephriam Bond became Presbyterian ministers and one became a Baronet (Sir James Bond 1744-1820). The death record of James youngest daughter Margaret, has him born in Wexford. I see that Wexford was the site of the Sack of Wexford and the English massacre of 1500 civilians and 2000 Irish soldiers in 1649. I speculate that James marriage to the Catholic Bridget Cosgrove would not have been well received by the Bond family and the Cosgrove family would have remembered the confiscation of land and massacre. Life in Ireland would have been very difficult for James and Bridget and emigration would have been almost a necessity. Can anybody tell us more of this family?
Posted: 2018, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Borthistle family Parish of Ferns,townland of Effernogue Co Wexford
I am seeking confirmation of the birth c 1858 of Sarah Borthistle in Co Wexford IRE. She migrated aged 7 with her family, arriving in Melbourne Australia Dec 1865 on the Donald McCay. Parents were Thomas Borthistle and Jane Borthistle(nee Donovan) from Parish of Ferns,townland of Effernogue Co Wexford.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Henry HODGENS/Mary Christina DEVEREUX
If anyone has any information about the following please let me know. Henry Hodgens 27 Apr 1824-1900, married Mary Christina Devereux, children Mary 1859-1946 and Christina Oct 1861-May 1917.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Grady
I am looking for information on Richard Grady born in Wexford about 1814, his parents Thomas Grady and Mary Hore and siblings if any. Richard died in Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland in 1875 he married twice, First to Agnes Houry or Henry or Hendry and then Margaret Gemmell.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail REILLY, Patrick & Maryanne Dowling, parents
Question: Who are their children? Patrick REILLY, Irish Maryanne DOWLING, England 1845 Married: 20Feb1865 Fenagh & Myshall, Carlow, Ireland Owned Drygoods store in Dublin somewhere, Street? #22 under name P. RIELLY Daughter: Catherine 1870, Ferns Parish, Bunclody, Wexford, Ire. Baptized: 19Aug1870 StMary Magdalin Immigrated: 1891 to USA Son: Thomas 12 Oct 1872, Newtownbarry, Wexford, Ire History: Parents had two daughters older than Catherine. (1870) All worked in dry goods store. 1. One daughter married boy working in store. Born before 1870. She was called Aunt Bertha. They emigrated to Canada where they died. Need to know: Name of spouse and marriage date & her birthdate. 2. We think there was another daughter who emigrated to USA..She was called Aunt Sis.. 3. Can you find any other children born to the parents Patrick & Maryanne? 4. Son Thomas: Did he emigrate to the USA? Thank you for your help. Frances
red mail Maria Sheridan
Hi I am looking for information about Maria Sheridan b c 1840 probably Wicklow or Wexford. She married Edward Balfe abt 1859. I would be very grateful if anyone had information on the Sheridan family. I have done dna testing on FTDNA and my Haplogroup is T2 which would have come from Maria. Thanks Martina
CATHERINE KEATING born in Wexford. Married John Carroll of Meath in Dublin in 1850. They lived in Balbriggan Dublin and ran a lodging house in 1901. they were in their early 70's then. Have tried to find their graves with no luck. They both died in the workhouse hospital in Balrothery. But needn't have been inmates as there was no other hospital at the time. so i was told. looking for their births. Can you please help.
red mail Looking for GGG Grandmother.
Im looking for one Esse? Esther? Cornish who was born in Wexford, Ireland. DOB unknown, and immigrated to Australia, date/ship unknown. She married a George ? Morgan in South Australia, also date unknown, but apparently she died in Mount Pleasant in South Australia on 24th May 1886. I have no idea how many children they had bar one George Henry Morgan, DOB unknown, married Emily Agnes Moore 21st September 1891. I guess my question is, Who is she? Any family history, Who were her parents/siblings etc. Information is hard to find from my end. Any help or guidence would be greatly appreicated. Thanks

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