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red mail Walsh Family Mitchelstown, County Cork
I am looking for any information on a "Walsh" family out of Mitchelstown Co. Cork Ireland. I have a list of names of three generations, however, no birth dates or locations. I only know of a David Walsh who lived in Mitchelstown some time between 1850-1899. David Walsh (the Castle Terry Walsh's) had two dairy farms and was first cousins with the King Street Walsh Family. He also had 5 kids. One of the kids, John Walsh, stayed in Ireland and had 4 Kids: Robert Walsh, Mick Walsh, David Walsh, and Anne Walsh. Anne Walsh was a key part in trying to keep contact with the Walsh family from America, Australia, and Ireland. I am assuming Anne Walsh was born very late 1800s to early 1900s because she visited my grandpa's cousin when he was 2 years old in 1939. If anyone could please help me with any information on contacting any Walsh's a part of this family would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kyle
red mail mc grath and bailey families,mitchelstown
My great grandfather was William Mc Grath, son of Jeremiah and Hanorah (neeShanahan) and brother of Catherine who married Michael Bailey in 1854. Catherine and Michael came to Australia in 1854 on the Lady Kennaway and settled in Maitland NSW.William also came to Australia. I do not know when or what boat.I do know that he married Margaret Cotter in Maitland in 1860.One of their sons was William John Mc Grath who was my grandfather. Apparently William had a brother called John. I do not know if John came to Australia.Any information concerning the Mc Grath family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Burke family
I am interested in any information on a Michael Burke from Mitchelstown (born 1830) who immigrated to USA. He married Ellen Keefe in St. Louis, Mo. She died and he remarried Hanorah (sp?) and moved to Wheaton, Ks. I have no other info on Michael but his place of birth. Any help is very appreciated.
red mail Stuart/Childs family
I am looking for info on the Childs family in the Brigown/Ballybeg area. William Francis Stuart married Rachel Childs in 1869. Rachel's brother, William married Lavinia Honora Holloway in 1867. Can find no further details on residence or children. Any help gratefully received.
red mail McCarthy Family in Mitchelstown
My g.g.grandmother, Johana McCarthy, was born in the Mitcheltown area in 1819. Her siblings were Dennis (b. 1815), Thomas (b. 1817), Patrick, (1822-1897), Tim (b. 1824), Mary (b. 1826), Honora (b.1828) Daniel (1830-1909) Their father was John McCarthy. Johana immigrated to Boston and married Arthur Flynn. They lived in Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Louis. Patrick, a Civil War veteran, married Bridget Kelly and lived in Mississippi. Daniel married Eliza Megiha/Meahann and lived in Kentucky and Mississippi. Anyone researching this family?
red mail Pyne of Mitchelstown
Searching for information on James Pyne family. James married a Johanne, who was born in 1808. Daughter Mary was born either 1845 or 1847. Johanne and Mary emigrated to America around 1850. Johanne died in St Louis Missouri USA on 21 Dec 1880.
red mail Margaret Hogan, daughter of Michael Hogan and Johanna McCarthy.
Margaret (born 1886 in Mitchelstown) married William Walsh, son of Thomas Walsh and Margaret Slattery of Kilbehenny. They travelled to Australia on the Bulimba, arriving in November 1885. Their children were, Margaret, Julia, John Thomas, Elizabeth, Hanora, William, Walter Michael, Alice Celley, Theresa Ellen, Thomas, Eileen, Catherine Mary Agnes, Francis Vincent and Dorothy Mary. Margaret ran a maternity hospital in Townsville, Australia. I have no information about her or her family in Ireland and would be glad of any information.
red mail Coughlan/Maguire
David Coughlan baptised C1827 son of Timothy Coughlan and Margaret Whelan married Ellen Maguire C1859 Knockalong/Glenbrohane. Took over the farm at Coolnamohoge when his father Timothy died C1867 Now eleven children Timothy 1861 Baptised Glenbrohane/Knocklong Parish (possible death Mallow area 1953), Following baptised Kilbehenny Parish - William 1862, Joseph 1864 migrated Australia C1889, maried Anne O'Brien Melbourne C1893, Patrick 1866 also Australia married Ellen Cahill Sydney 1907,Margaret 1868 married an Evans then a Horsfeld from Cork, Mary 1870 married a Kebble in Melbourne C1894, Ellen (Nellie Mary) married a Jenkins in Melbourne 1907, Johanna 1875 married a John Leonard from Fermoy C1910, Elizabeth 1878 died 1896, John 1882 married Ellen Sheedy C1916 probably Glenroe, Bridget C1888 married John Oliver from Galbally 1927. John Coughlan took over the farm at Coolnamahoge and had seven children - again ring any bells for anyone.
red mail Coughlan/Whelan
Timothy Coughlan of Coolnamohoge townland, Parish Kilbehenny maried Margaret Whelan C1812. Children Johanna, Ellen, Margaret,Mary, James? born prior to 1825 when Kilbehenny RC Parish records began. William 1825, David C1827, Timothy 1831.
red mail Bridget "Bridie" (Whelan) King
I am looking for any information on Bridget "Bridie" (Whelan) King of Mitchelstown. She died in 70's. Her parents were Daniel Whelan and Mary Ford. Would be greatful for any information
red mail O'Sullivan/ Roche
My father, Timothy O'Sullivan,emigrated to England in 1926. He was born in Mitchelstown in March 1907, the only child of Thomas O'Sullivan - born circa 1860's & died about September 1911 -and Bridget O'Sullivan,nee Roche - born circa 1860's and died in Mitchelstown 10 January 1941. Bridget Roche who had emigrated to USA as a young woman,"in service", returned to Mitchelstown as her father was dying, but she arrived after he had died. She then married Thomas O'Sullivan, a local famer; both of them being in their 40's. My father married a Josephine Staunton in Warrington,Lancs, in 1934, intending to return to Mitchelstown with his new wife. Due to the war & my mother's ill health, this never happened. I am the youngest of Tim & Josie's children. My brother Tony did manage to visit Mitchelstown in the 1960's, where he did make contact with some of the extended family - a name I remember is a Paul Roche. Tony died of leuchaemia in 1974, aged 37. I would love to know more about my ancestors & make contact with any of the associated O'Sullivan/Roche families still alive.
red mail Montgomery - Sullivan
John Montgomery (@1787 Mitchelstown - 1867 New York) and Maria Sullivan (@1783 Mitchelstown - 1863 New York) had three children: William (baptized 1823, Mitchelstown - 1881 New York), Edward (baptized 1827, Baldwin Street, Mitchelstown - Unknown) and John (baptized 1829, Ballybeg, Mitchelstown - 1888 New York). I think that they emigrated to Canada in the early 1830's. Any assistance would be welcome. John
red mail Re.Michael and Hannah whelan
I am looking for any imformation on my grandparents who i think came from mitchelstown co.cork or possibly limerick.I know they lived in james street mitchelstown in the 1950s when i visited them as a child.They had several children possibly six boys and three girls.The names i know are Denis.Honora,Mary,Michael.Timothy(my father).Hannah,James,Joseph and Bert.Most of them moved to Manchester,England,but my father lived in Birmingham till his death in 1970.I think my grandfather was born in 1869 nd died in the 1950s.My grandmother was born around 1879 and died late 50s or early 60s.If anyone can help with any imformation it would be gratefully recieved.
red mail SHEEHAN, SULLIVAN, Mitchelstown, Cork
I am researching the family of SHEEHAN & SULLIVAN, from Mitchelstown Cork. John SHEEHAN married Mary SULLIVAN (about 1815 ?). Their children were Maurice born between 1818-1824; Patrick; Hannah; Mary; John; Margaret; Peter; Thomas and James. Most of the children left Ireland to live in Australia and arrived in Australia in 1851 on the Duchess of Northumberland. They arrived in Moreton Bay Queensland in 1851. The family eventually arrived in the Shoalhaven district, Nowra, NSW in 1859. Bolong on the Shoalhaven River was the first farming settlement at Nowra. Patrick, Maurice and Peter all had farming properties at Bolong. I would really like to find out more information on the families back in Ireland. The SHEEHANS and the SULLIVANS. Can anyone help ? .. cheers Maree
I am seeking information on Coolattin Cottage, Kilbenny, Mitchelstown. This is in regard to my great grandfather, Dr Peter Brown who is listed in The Medical Registers of 1863 through to 1871 as an Apothecary at Coolattin Cottage, Kilbenny. He came from Failsworth, Manchester possibly in the early 1860's to Kilbenny, then moved onto Caerwys, Wales in the early 1870's.
I am seeking information on George Wedderburn Nicol born 1805, Scotland. He was a Supervisor of Inland Revenue in Mitchelstown. He married Elizabeth Jane Fetherston at Cobh, Co Cork in 1839, and died in Mitchelstown in 1855 aged 40. He is buried at St George's Church of Ireland, Mitchelstown.
I am seeking information on Anne (nee Fetherston) and William Fairbrother of Mitchelstown, Co Cork, who were married in 1837, Cloyne Diocese. William ran a dry goods store in Mitchelstown. Ann was born c1816 and died 1883. William died 1889. They had issue - Joseph, George M, Henry and James. They are buried in St George's Church of Ireland, Mitchelstown.
I am seeking information on Margaret (nee Graham) and William Fetherston from Mitchelstown, Co Cork who married in 1811. William was a tithe collector born c1790 and died around 1829. William and Margaret had issue born between c1813 and 1822 - William, John Graham, Anne, Joseph Love, Elizabeth and George William Baker - all born in Mitchelstown. Margaret's second marriage was to John Young, who helped raise her children.
red mail Whelan and Ford
Looking for any information on the marriage of Daniel Whelan and Mary Ford circa 1890 in Mitchelstown, or births of their children James,Patrick,Molly,Thomas, Margaret,david, Bride, Johnny, Josie, Daniel - all Whelan obviously
red mail McGrath-Bailey
Michael Bailey married Catherine McGrath on 28 February, 1854 in Mitchelstown, County Cork. They arrived in Australia in December, 1854. Catherine's brothers, John and William McGrath, also possible arrivals. Wishing to contact anyone researching McGrath family from Mitchelstown, County Cork.
red mail Kiely
Looking for ancestors of Rose and William Kiely who lived in County Cork and moved to Derby, England in the 1920's. Their children were: William (Bill), Joe, Maureen, Kathleen, Rose, Eileen and Nellie. Maureen and Rose moved to Australia and both are now deceased. Would love to locate Pat, Maureen or Peter Jacklin, children of Dennis and Maureen living in Australia. Pat was a nurse in Australia and has I daughter I believe by the name of Karen or similar name.
red mail Mitchelstown
looking for family on Edward St., Mitchelstown in 1870's. Bridget Daveron, my great grandmother marries John Burke, my great grandfather in Mitchelstown Chapel 1872. she lives on edward St. Her father is William Daveron, a tailor (or nailer)
red mail john samuel mitchell
Any information on John Samuel Mitchell b 1868 Mitchelstown, Ireland. Details of birth and some information about his life and career would be appreciated. We know John was married to Annie Thomas and had 9 children. John moved from Ireland to Portsmouth when he was young.
Any info on WILLIAM MCGRATH Born 1834, in Mitchelstown, County Cork, IRELAND. His Father was JEREMIAH MCGRATH and mother HONORA SHANAHAN William migrated to NSW around 1855 possibly with his sister Catherine and her husband Michael BAILEY. In 1860, he married MARGARET COTTER(born 1839 in Cappoquin, County Waterford) William died on the 21-6-1879 in West Maitland NSW aged 45
red mail Mullins from
Seeking info re Mullins from "Ardglare" farm, near Mitchelstown,County Cork. Other associated names, Lonergan and Kiely

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