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Looking for anyone who as knowledge of a Alice Brunton born 1877 Kilkenny City, father Patrick mother Christina. Had as sister Josephine who married a Frank O'Dowd. Alice was a witness to Josephines wedding in 1911 in Carlow Cathedral.
Thomas Murphy 1805-1905 married Bridget Bergin 1826-1908
Thomas was born in County of Carlow. Bridget in County of Kilkenny. They had 13 children, the first John 1845-1917 was born in Aghaboe, Laois, Ireland. The others were born in Perth County, Upper Canada. I know lots about their descendants and would be pleased to share. Hoping someone can tell me more about this couple and their ancestors.
red mail McAsey & Doolan families from County Carlow c 1800's
I am looking for information about the McAsey (also variant spellings) and Doolan families from Ballyellin County Carlow c 1800's Thanks Marion
Watchorn family
I am researching this family and have evidence of ownership of High Park, Bilboa, Carlow a farm belonging to Richard Watchorn around 1833 but cannot find birth, marriage or death certs. Can anyone help with any Watchorn family in this area. I can share my extensive research with you on the Watchorn, Treacy families of this area. They were Church of Ireland, protestants, Thanks Shaena
red mail Freeman of Carlow 1800s
I would be most grateful if anyone could help my research of Freeman family Carlow 1800s. I am trying to trace any record of Bridget Freeman born circa 1811. many thanks Doreen
Michael Eustace,who married Augusta Gray from Devon, served in the Royal Artillery for 19 years joining up age 19 in 1860.He was based in Devon but came from Rathoe,Carlow.His father was Edwin Eustace,husbandman,according to his marriage certifcate.Anyone from his family reading this?
red mail Luke & Margaret Foster nee Tyrrell
I'm at a dead end trying to find parents for this set of great x 4 grandparents. Luke & Margaret were married on the 3rd of June 1785 at St Bride's, Dublin. I have a copy of their marriage record. They had two children, Margaret, and Edward Bunbury Foster, my great x 3 grandfather, who was born in 1791. Luke owned property in Solomon's Lane and/or Bridewell Lane and was working as a watchmaker in Tullow Street in 1798 & 1802 (I have sources for these dates). There is also mention of a Joseph Foster who could have been his brother or father. Family folklore has it that Luke was an uncle to Stephen Foster, the famous American songwriter, but without knowing anything about his parents and/or siblings, this has yet to be proved. I can find no records of birth for any of these people so would appreciate any suggestions as to where I might look. I also wonder whether Luke & Margaret and their daughter Margaret are buried in Carlow. Edward Bunbury Foster firstly moved to London where he worked as a watchmaker at 33 Cockspur St in 1823. He married Ellen Taber and they had two children, Edward Jnr & Susannah and after Ellen died, both Edwards emigrated to Australia. Jenny
red mail Drumgold family
Hi, is there anybody with information about Drumgold family, in particular Ellen Mary Drumgold. She married Simon Clarke, and they moved to England about 1875. They are my Great Grandparents and I would love to know more about them. Thanks, Judie (Australia)
red mail Catherine Barclay marriage James Kenny
Searching for any information for parents of Catherine Barclay b.abt1837 Carlow & her husband James Henry? Kenny b.abt1837 James & Catherine had at least one son Joseph Vincent Kenny b.1858. Believe Catherine & James eloped and married in Dublin in Aug 1853 against Catherine's parents wishes and she was subsequently disinherited from her family who apparently were wealthy. They migrated to Melbourne Victoria Australia in 1864. Catherine & James are my g/g/ grandparents and I would be grateful for any clues as to their parents identities.
lost irish man
I was born on the 16 04 1947 named John George Farrell. I was born in St Killians Crescent. My mothers name is Margret. On the 8 october 1948 I or believe to be, adopted by James and Mary Mcdonald from Raheen, Dorane, co Carlow. If anybody has any information about my family history please get in contact, I would be delighted to know anything. The only information I have is that a lady named Margret O'Keeffe, was an assitant "registration" at the the town hall or equivalent in those days. So thats it, I would love to know who my father is.......Sean M.
trying to trace ancestors or decendents of Edward Lawless born Carlow 1804-06 married ? Bridget 1841 in east london children Thomas & Elizabeth have found several Lawless,s but not Edward grateful for any help kath
red mail Warren Family, Carlow
I am researching Warrens in Montgomery St, Carlow. My grandfatehr was William Patrick Warren, born 1905 to Jane McDonald and Edward Warren of 28 Montgomery St, Carlow. Edward Warren was the son of William Warren and Margaret Doyle. William was the son of Edward Warren a Foreman and Margaret Doyle was the daughter of Thomas Doyle a Taylor. I need to get further back into the 1700s now.
red mail NOLAN / MURPHY of Carlow.
I am looking for further information on Ellen NOLAN b.c. 1811 and married 22 Feb 1841 at Leighlinbridge, Carlow to Patrick MURPHY. They had four daughters Margaret b. 1842 at Carlow, Ann b. 1844 at Carlow then two others b. at Birkenhead. Catherine b. 1847 and Mary b. 1849.
red mail CULLODEN, Matthew
Matthew CULLODEN/CULLIDEN, served in 13th Dragoons, discharged 1817 aged 39 years - was Royal Chelsea pensioner. Said to be born Carlow, CARLOW - ?abt 1778. Looking for any information re Matthew or any people surnamed Culloden in Carlow. Many thanks. Rosemary, New Zealand.
red mail william corcoran
traceing william corcoran born wicklow year not known married elizabeth collins 1833 or 1853 carlow ireland william age was 31 years when he married elizabeth on his death certificate then on twin boys birth certificate married cork ireland was june 1833 or 1853 arrived australia 12thjanuary 1856 moreton bay qld any information would be very helpful thanking you take care margaret
red mail KENNY, convicts
Looking for relations of John and James KENNY, sentenced to transportation to Australia in 1791. Any information about their ancestors or family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Wilson
George Wilson & his wife Emily Gale died in Carlow. They lived at Barrow View House. A son Richard was informate when George died. They were Auctioneers.
red mail Thomas ENGLISH
Looking for details of the English family in Country Carlow early 19th century. Thomas and wife Martha (Rose) relocated to North America with their children.Any info on this family would be appreciated.
red mail Andrew Delaney b.1834
Looking for details of the Delaney family in Country Carlow early 19th century. Andrew Delaney's father was Michael, believed to be a schoolmaster. Any info on Andrew's family gratefully received.
red mail William McNamara (abht 1863)
born in carlow. father was Theodus (tailor),mother Elizabeth Dummigan. William joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in 1881.Went to Bradford Moor Barracks and then abroad.Ended up in Glagow and died there 1926.Any info would be appreciated.Thank you.
red mail Margaret NELSON (b.1857)
I believe Margaret Nelson was born in Killeshin in around 1857. She later moved to Somerset, England & in 1882 married Austin SHORNEY a cabinet-maker from Cannington, Somerset. They had one son Charles Joseph Shorney (b.1889) who unfortunately perished on the SS Titanic in 1912. At some point around the early 1900s the family moved to Heron's Ghyll, High Hurstwood, Uckfield, East Sussex. Margaret sadly died in 1905 in Uckfield Hospital when Charles was only 15. I would really like to find out more about Margaret & her side of the family in Ireland, any info would be gladly welcomed.

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