Browse Entries
Search within Village, Town or County  
Tipperary, Tiobraid Arann, Tiobraid Arann, and Parish County Tipperary
Store this place
Link to this place
21- 30 of 56
Page: 1    2    3    4    5    6   

Entries around
red mail lorrha tipperary Coonan
Does anyone have any information about a Thomas Coonan from Lorrha Tipperary. He was born around 1805 and was married to Mary (nee Flynn) who was born around 1818. They came out to Australia in 1853. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Prices - Coleraine +Ardmayle +tipperary mainly around 1800 - 1950
Just lost all my records and emails re this family and their history. Does anyone have information re Prices Ballyherberry as well. Also information on any of these Prices who went to New Zealand. Frances Price visited Jim, Sarah and Sydney Price in New Zealand ?where
red mail moylan/ann?? & moylan / blake
seeking any info on michael moylan marr anne?, son edward marr win blake i believe tipperary ireland, edward came to australia abt 1853 or 1854 ?? thanks for any info someone might have. kath australia
red mail michael blake / winifred costello
seeking any info on a michael blake and winifred costello had daughter winifred born abt 1830 tipperary any info greatly appreciated to further my tree thanks kath
red mail Brothers Thomas and Cornelius Ryan
Might anyone have any info on brothers Thomas and Cornelius Ryan? Thomas was b. abt. 1820, ended up in Pittsburgh, Pa., USA area and in 1856 was ordained as a Catholic Priest, then served in Altoona, and Gallitzin, Pa., USA, died in 1883 and is buried in Gallitzin, Pa., USA. Also listed with Thomas in a 1870 US Census were a Mary Corle, age 26 and Thomas Boiles, age 45, both to have been born in Ireland. Unknown if any relation? Cornelius was b. abt 1826 and ended up in Indiana County, Pa., USA. Cornelius married an Elvira Shrum, had 4 children and worked for the railroad. Cornelius died in Greensburg, Pa., USA in 1898. The family story goes that they were from Tipperary and Cornelius was a stowaway on a ship coming to the USA. This story really has not been proven! Thank you,
red mail Gorman/Britton families of Tipperary
Looking for info on Gorman and Britton families abt 1750-1840 - esp Edward Gorman who married Mary Britton abt 1810, and whose daughter Bridget Gorman emigrated to Australia in 1841. Any info appreciated.
red mail Mcloughlin, O'reilly, McGrath
My Great Grand Parents were Richard Mcloughlin and Honora O'Reilly 1863 - 1947 they lived at Rosacrow Farm, Annacarty. Honora's parents were Edward O'reilly and Margaret Mcgrath any information on any relatives especially before this time would be very useful or information on what happened to the farm.
red mail Murning
I am looking for John Murning 1842 from Ireland and married Elizabeth born 1845. They married in Ireland, where I dont know, and came to Maryport, Cumberland I think in the 1860's and then went to Millom, Cumberland. I would like where John was born and Elizabeth his wife, and when or where they got married. I have found one John born Tipperary, does anybody know? cheers Val
red mail I am looking to find information on my great-grandfather
Michael COONEY  son of James COONEY and Mary MALONE (Molone). Michael was born about Jul 1841 in Ireland. Religion: Catholic Other dates mentioned for birth of Michael Cooney born: 1836 or 1837 or 1841 Immigrated to Canada around  in which he should have been in his early 30's 1871. (was widower also mentions he was farmer). Last name has also been spelt as 'Couney'.
red mail Sheehy
My great-great-grandfather was a Michael Sheehy (born circa 1820) and married to Mary Fitzgerald (b1824). I think they married in Ireland but know that Mary died in Glasgow in 1886 and worked as a confectioner. Their son Michael Sheehy (my great grandfather b1851) was a master confectioner and first appears in Glasgow records with his marriage in 1877 to Mary Keenan (b1858). He also had a sister Bridget born 1849 who married a John Quin at Greenock in 1870. Bridget appears to have had a daughter Frances Quin in America in 1874. My grandfather Hugh Sheehy (b1892) talked of cousins in Limerick. Does anyone recognise these names?

Page: 1    2    3    4    5    6   

Link to Orphaned Entries (not contactable)
Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.

Previous page