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red mail The Quill Family
Michael Quill was born 1816 and Patrick Quill was born 1822. They both migrated to America and settled in Canton, MA. We are not sure that Cornelius Quill was born in Macroom. His father was Timothy Quill who married his mother Honora McCarty. Any info appreciated.
red mail SHEA
I am trying to find the father of Margaret Shea who was born in Macroom, Cork in about 1819. Her mother was Honora Coakley who was born in Macroom in about 1795.
red mail Johanna Manning
I am looking for George Dunn born 1824 in Harleston, Norfolk who married Johanna Manning born 1836 in MacRoom, County Cork, Ireland. They lived in Tring, Hertfordshire. I believe Johanna Manning's father was George Manning. Their daughter Mary Dunn born 31st May 1861 in Dunstable, Bedfordshire married William John Winslade born 24th April 1861 in St. Faith, Havant, Hampshire. Can anyone help me find the ancestors of George Dunn or Johanna Manning.
red mail Cornelius O'Leary
I am looking for info on Cornelius O'Leary from Macroom , married to Mary Rooney in 1894, my wife also named Mary Rooney is a granchild of Hugh Rooney who was a brother to Mary Rooney of Tralee.
red mail Patrick RING of Macroom
Patrick Edward RING b. 17 March 1864, father Edward RING, mother Johanna WALSH. Known siblings include Johanna Marie (b. 1854), Daniel/Dennis (b. 1858), Ellen (b. 1865), and Julia Winnie (b. 1870). Patrick and siblings all eventually emigrated to Cambridge/Somervile, MA, USA in the late 1870s/early 1880s. Any info much appreciated.
red mail WARNERs of Macroom
JOHN WARNER of parish Kilnamartyra, county Cork, Ireland, was married at the Roman Catholic church of parish Macroom, County Cork, Ireland, on 19 January 1786, to ELLEN LEARY of Macroom. Known children: Ann (married Daniel BUCKLEY), Catherine (married Thomas W. BETTS), Benjamin, William, Lawrence Henry, Richard, and John. Lawrence Henry Warner bp Macroom 1809, d. Boston 1879. William WARNER bp parish Kilnamartyra, Cork 1804, d. Brooklyn, New York 1896. John Warner was listed as a brewer in the marriage record of his son Lawrence. 6 children immigrated to Boston, Mass. circa 1830 and I have researched the families in Boston. William Warner married Catherine BOYLE at Newmarket, Cork, 1839, and immigrated to NY in 1850. I would like to connect with other WARNER researchers of Cork, especially Macroom and Kilnamartyra. John Thomas BUCKLEY, son of Ann WARNER and Daniel BUCKLEY, married his first cousin Mary WARNER, daughter of Lawrence Henry WARNER and Maria Sarah BOWKETT. I am their descendant so this research is doubly important to me.
red mail Cornelius O'Leary
I am trying to find any relatives or background information of the family of my Great Grandfather Cornelius O'Leary from Macroom, Co Cork. He was employed as a railway porter prior to travelling to the USA and enlisting in the US army circa 1886.(served in Kansas) He returned to Ireland after serving a number of years and set up business in Tralee, Co Kerry as a Carrier, transporting goods from Tralee railway for town delivery. He married Mary Rooney , from Tralee. They had 3 children Con,Anne, Mary.
red mail SHEA, Margaret
Margaret SHEA born abt 1819 Macroom, Cork. Mother was Honora SHEA born abt 1791. Margaret, Honora and sister Mary were transported to Australia aboard "Eleanor" in 1831 for stealing. Honora was widowed by 1831. Son Daniel also transported. Margaret married Thomas Wheatley in 1838 in Narellan and died in 1897 in Camden. I am seeking Margaret's father and exact birth details.
red mail Looking for relatives of Helen Josephine Kelleher county cork
I don't know much info but I do know that she had 2 sisters Mary & margaret, 2 brothers patrick & michael. She was born Nov 3 1884. We do not have any other info as she died young after she moved to the states.

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