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I am searching fro any information regarding James OWENS, died 19 June 1847 {Nat. Archives of Ireland. Ireland Calendar of wills 1858-1920. 1892 image 391}. Apothecary in Dublin {Pigot & co City of Dublin & Hibernian Provincial Directory 1824} Married to Mary BLAYNEY in 1818 at Glenealy Church. They had 9 children. All of whom I have listed and have info on. One son became a well known minister of the Church in England, 2 sons came to New Zealand. (William Henry John OWENS and George Francis Charles OWENS) One son had the name Robert Blayney OWENS, the name of which was passed down 3 generations. What I am interested in is anything regarding James and Mary's life.
Posted: 2021
red mail Anna Maria McGrowey
I am trying to trace my great great grandmother Anna born circa 1838 in Country Wicklow and died 12 AUG 1930 in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. She married John Johns circa 1860 in Moonta South Australia. John was born 7 AUG 1836 in Perranuthnoe?? Cornwall and died 24 JAN 1916 in Adelaide South Australia. They had 7 children and Anna's maiden name on 4 of the birth certificates was different - (Manning/Magoury/MacGowan/McGowrie). Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
HOLCOMBE James born 1846 Wicklow
Please can anybody tell me anything about this chap prior to 1868 and after 1872. In 1868 James married Elizabeth Curteiss in Kent. James and Elizabeth had two sons John James in 1869 and William Thomas 1871.In 1872 Elizabeth died.After the death of Elizabeth I can find no trace of John or his father.William however appears on later census returns with William Richard Whorlow and his wife Charlotte nee Coleman.Charlotte and William Richard list William Thomas as a nephew but I cannot find a link.William Thomas later adopts the Whorlow surname and becomes William Thomas Holcombe Whorlow.Any help much appreciated.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Keefe / O'Keefe
Hello I am seeking information on Michael Keefe / O'Keefe b.abt 1822 Wicklow his father was Hugh and his mother was Annie Doyle he was employed as a shepherd. On the 12th July 1851 with his wife ? Elizabeth Richardson b. abt 1833 and infant son Hugh they left London on the ship Oregon for South Australia and arrived on the 31st October 1851. Elizabeth's father was John and her mother was Elizabeth Brady I can't find any details of there life in Ireland or U.K . Michael died Shepparton Victoria in 1907 Elizabeth died Shepparton in 1908 if someone could help fill in the spaces I would appreciate it Phil
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Vickers Family
Has anyone heard of Kathleen/Katherine Vickers, married James Gregory. In 1906 they lived in Wicklow Town.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Long
Have Samuel Long (c1805-10) married Eliza in Wicklow. Daughter Mary (1835) married Henry Clarence Young b 1834, Middlesex. Marriage took place in Australia. Any info welcomed by Ian.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Arthur
Looking for any information of the Arthur family. James Arthur m. Dorcas McCoy, they were farmers at Wicklow Ireland. Daughter Dorcas Arthur m. Thomas Murray, Child Patrick b.1856, then they went to Australia in 1857 on the "Titan" Thank you
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail MOORE, Henry & HARRINGTON, Johanna marriage and parentage
Looking for information on the marriage and parentage of Henry MOORE, 1824 - 1902 & Johanna HARRINGTON, 1812 - 1907. Both were born in Ireland and immigrated to Pickering, Ontario, Canada about 1848.
Posted: 2016
red mail Patrick and Catherine Byrnes hometown?
I am seeking whereabouts/location of my ancestors likely 'home town/parish', Patrick Byrnes (b.1806) and Catherine (unknown surname b.1814?) who migrated to Adelaide, South Australia in 1851- sailing from London via Plymouth with thier children: William, James, John and Elizabeth. Patrick, and his sons William and James are listed on passenger list as Agricultural labourers/shepherds and their place of origin as Wicklow. Young William married a Bridget Lacey (also from Wicklow, daughter of Patrick Lacey and Esther Byrnes) here in Adelaide in 1856. In Australia the name became Byrne, dropping the s. If anyone knows of this combination of names as coming from a particular location in Wicklow I would be thrillled to learn of it! Cheers.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Byrne born Co Wicklow 1775
Andrew Byrne and other family members were directly involved in 1798 Rebellion. He was transported for life to Sydney, Australia arriving Jan 1800 on the transport 'Minerva' together with General Joseph Holt. Other family members were exiled to America without trial. His father, believed to be named Thomas, died during and as a result of the Rebellion in unknown circumstances. It is believed his mother's name was Elizabeth, and siblings included John and Hannah. Andrew was believed to be a member of the United Irishmen in Wicklow, but the list of members include three persons named Andrew Byrne with only one providing a residence. I am trying to trace Andrew's birthplace in Wicklow and any decendants in Wicklow. I have tried the usual on-line databases without success. As noted father and mother first names not 100% certain, but 30 Nov 1775 birthdate is certain. Appreciate the Byrne name is widespread in Ireland, but would welcome any leads or 'family memory' leads that could assist. Thank You Nevil

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