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KEATING & MCDONNELL (185792)
Seeking information about the family of THOMAS KEATING (b abt 1826)with parents - JOHN KEATING and CATHERINE WALSH of THOMAS KEATING b. c 1826 Tipperay County with sisters Mary and Margaret and ?? and MARGARET MCDONNELL B 1833 parents - JAMES MCDONNELL and JOHANNA KEYS (County Tipperay). (Maybe sister Ellen +) Thomas and Margaret came separately to Victoria, Australia and married March 31, 1856
Sexton (108760)
Am looking for a connection to Stephen Sexton who immigrated to Bonavista Newfoundland from Ireland. He married Ann Little of Bonavista and had a daughter Mary Sexton, born abt 1815 who married a Thomas Colliers. Any help would be appreciated.
FOGARTY - RYAN (105082)
My ancestors are of the Fogarty and Ryan line. Michael Fogarty transported to Australia in 1829 left behind 4 children, he applied to have them join him in Australia in 1836, however no trace of them can be found. Would appreciate info no matter how remote.
butler or sweeney (68795)
Judith Sweeney alias ford, Butler born 1805 tipperary tried at clonmell 1928 and sent to austrailia as a convict in 1829 her sister in law bridget sweeney was sent with her. she was surposed to be an irish rebel. can anyone help.
FLYNN (60383)
I am looking for information about my great grandfather Peter Flynn born Ballindine, county Mayo about 1831. He married Mary born 1823 in Tipperary. They moved to Doncater, England - listed in the 1881 census there. Any information gratefully received - or any hints as to how I may research. Thank you.
Hennessy, Butler, McNamara (44166)
Sarah Hennessy born 1816, Tipperary Ireland. Parents: Edmund Hennessy and Sarah Butler.It is unknown if Edumund and Sarah actually came to Australia. Sarah Hennessy married 1835, Pontypool South Wales to William McNamara. Issue: Mary 1837, Sarah 1843, Margaret 1845, Ellen 1845, Catherine 1848, Elizabeth 1850, Bridget 1853, John 1856, William 1860. Also 2 living and 1 dead in 1861. Death Details: Tuesday 3 June 1890, Convent of the Little Sisters of the Poor, Northcote Australia.
Talbot (39009)
Research interests - Talbot families in the areas of Terryglass, Borrisokane from circa 1750's onwards.
Ladrigan Rowe (31372)
Looking for ANY information regarding a Mary Ladrigan. She came from Tipperary and married a British Army officer, his surname was Rowe, but his christian name is not known. The couple had at least four children. My grandmother Mary was one of them,but she was orphaned at the age of 8 and raised in Dundalk. She had very little information about her parents, and it's proving difficult to find information about either of them. My grandmother was under the impression that after the death of her parents her fathers relatives in England (pos Reading?) offered to raise her, but something went wrong and she stayed in the orphanage. Any information what-so-ever would be gratefully recieved.
SHEEHY or KEEHY or SHEEHAN (27395)
seeking information on Bridget SHEEHY. Came to Australia (not convict). Her parents were Daniel and Catherine SHEEHY (nee CROUGH). Bridget could not read or write so her surname has been spelt many different ways in Australia, so maybe SHEEHY wasnot her surname?. She married in Ipswich, Queensland, in 1856. Can find no record of her coming into Australia from Ireland.

 
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