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red mail Honor LEARY (or, O'Leary)- Turnaspidogy
Honor (or possibly Honora) b: 20 Mar 1831, Turnaspidogy, Inchegeelagh, was convicted 10 Mar 1851, at a court in Tipperary, of Arson; transported to Van Dieman's Land (Hobart,Tasmania); then married James Sage; became known as "Mary"; died 23 Oct 1886 at Tea Tree, Tasmania. I hope to find out more of her family heritage in Co Cork, and if anything more is known of her offence... any help would be most appreciated. John, Australia
red mail Daniel Horgan
I'm looking for the family of Daniel Horgan from Cork, possibly Inchigeelagh. Born about 1795. Known to be living in London area on 1851 census. A shoe maker. Married to Mary / Mary Ann about 1830. Children; John Daniel Horgan b 1834 Surrey and Louisa Catherine Hogan b 1835 Holborn. Any help or information would be appreciated.
red mail Margaret Daylor
Looking for information on Margaret Daylor whom I'm told was baptised in Inchageelagh and reared by Crowley/Creed in Donoghamore. Any info. would be greatly appreciated
red mail Leary / McCarthy families from Cork
I'm looking for anyone that maybe connected to Darby (Jeremiah) Leary b. November 1806 - birth is registered on the Kilmurry RC Church Records. His parents were Patrick Leary and Margaret Cronin. Jeremiah married Ellen McCarthy on the 25th October 1834, the marriage is registered as the RC Church in the Parish of Inchigeelagh, Cork, Ireland. It is believed that Ellen McCarthy and her family were from the Townland of Dromnagopple not all the far from Inchigeelagh. It's possible that the couple married in her parents home. I don't know Ellen's parents names or whether she had any brother & sisters. I would love to find out more about her family. Jeremiah on the other hand had one brother that I know of, Lewis who immigrated to Boston M.A. abt.1836 and married in 1838 and settled there - most of his descendants are still in and around that area. Names of Jeremiah & Ellen's children were :- Cornelius Jul 1835 : James Jan 1836 : Daniel Dec 1836 : Denis 1838 : JOHN June 1839 : Mary 1841 and Cornelius June 1842.
red mail Brothers John and Timothy Leary
Were tried in Cork 14.5.1849 and sentenced 7 years for stealing a cow. Transported to Van Diemens Land (Tasmania, Australia). Thought to have had brothers Michael and Jerry and sister Dora also Mary who was in USA by 1851. John is thought to have married Mary ? and Timothy to also have been married but widowed by 1851. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail REAGAN or REGAN of Inchigeelagh or Cornarry
2 sons of James REAGAN & Mary SCOTT were baptized in Inchigeelagh: Daniel REAGAN bpt 14 Jun 1835, and John REAGAN bpt 26 Nov 1837. The location, possibly Townland within the parish was Cornarra or Cornarry... A daughter named Margaret REAGAN was born ca. 1843. Margaret and her husband Cornelius /Con MAHONEY /MAHONY are my ggparents. Looking for any info on James & Mary SCOTT REAGAN /REGAN, and their descendants.
Looking for information about Buckley lineage 1800- 1850 in Inchigeelagh Parish. I am particularly looking for a MIchael Buckley born about 1800 who fathered a son John in abt 1831. I do not know name of Michael's wife, John's mother or any other children. Any information is appreciated.
red mail Mahoney
I am trying to trace the origins of Denis Mahoney who it is believed may have been born in Inchigeelagh around 1794. Any information would be appreciated.

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