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red mail Scott of Ireland - (Abbey Mount - County Cork)
Am looking for Scott family from somewhere in Ireland but don't know where exactly. I have a John Scott born 1839 immigrated to Canada approx 1846 with parents Benjamin and Elizabeth Scott, plus siblings. Does this connect remotely with anyone. Please contact me.
red mail Searching for information on Redmond Geary and Mary Moore - (Aghada, and Parish - County Cork)
Redmond Geary of Aghada and Mary Moore (location not noted but likely Aghada) were married in 1811. Their son, James Michael Geary (born abt 1820) emigrated to Ottawa, Canada where he married Mary Neville in 1858. I have located a 1808 headstone for a Redmond Geary in the Corkbeg cemetery in Whitehall near Aghada. I assume this Redmond is the father or grandfather of "my" Redmond. The genealogist at the Cobh Heritage Center told me the Geary family were shipbuilders and some remain in the area. I would appreciate any information others may have to help me with my genealogy research.
red mail Aghada townland ,Munster Province,Cork - (Aghada, and Parish - County Cork)
My Great Grandfather John Callaghan married Catherine Gunn in 1854 in Aghada Parish Church, his brother William married Anne Gunn there in 1848.
red mail Power family of Aghada - (Aghada, and Parish - County Cork)
Searching for family and descendants of Patrick Power who married Johanna Finn in 1823. Children: Mary b. 1824, Francess 1826, Thomas 1828, Patrick 1831, Michael 1834, John 1836, Cornelius 1839-1877 (my gt.grandfather). I have marriages for some of them but nothing later than 1866, although my grandparents visited in 1936 and found the family.
red mail Fitzgerald Descendants - (Aghada, and Parish - County Cork)
Have record of marriage between Richard Fitzgerald and Mary Marnane 25/07/1813 in parish/district of Aghada.Witnesses were Edmond Fitzgerald and John Marnane. Later 25/09/1825 the baptism of a son Michael. Aghada but town is marked as B'shane. Sponsors were Maurice Cashman and Catherine Grogan. If there are descendants or anyone with any information regarding this family it would be gratefully received. Thank you Maureen
red mail Casey/Spillane - (Aghadown Parish - County Cork)
I am looking for imfo on Jeremiah Casey born abt. 1814 who married Catherine Spillane abt.1841.They lived in Aghadown, Cork co.. They had children John born abt. 1842 and Ellen born abt.1844 who both died before 1849. 2 daughters, Catherine born abt. 1848 and Mary born abt 1845 survived. They emigrated to New Brunswick, Canada abt. 1849, and lived in New Brunswick and Calais, Maine, USA. They had more children in the US and Canada,William,Jeremiah,Patrick,Margaret,Timothy, and Thomas. One son, Timothy later became a Catholic priest and later Bishop and returned to visit relatives In Cork co..
red mail McCarthy - (Aghadown Parish - County Cork)
Michael McCarthy was born in Aghadown about 1850. His parents were probably John McCarthy and Jane Regan. The family had moved to London by 1855. Two sisters were born in Ireland: Catherine and Honora. I would be delighted to hear from anyone who knows of this family.
Scannell/Cronin - (Aghadown Parish - County Cork)
My great grandparents Patrick Scannell c1840 and Mary Cronin c1843 were married at St,Patrick,s Cathedrall Church,Skibbereen on the 13th of FEB 1859.They left Ireland to settle in Wales UK in 1860.Family folklaw has it that Aghadown was their place of origin, however i have never been able to prove it. I have a copy of the marriage certificate which shows Johannah Cronin and Timothy Burke as witnesses. If anyone reading this can help i would be very grateful. Graham
red mail Wheltons of Dunowen, Ardfield, Cork - (Ardfield and Parish - County Cork)
I am trying to trace my family history and have come to a dead end. Living in Spain, I am finding it extremely difficult Unfortunately, all my known relatives have died and left little information on my ancestors. Our family name is Whelton and we come from Dunowen, Ardfield, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. As a child I visited Dunowen and met my Great Uncle Patrick who could remember back to when the Lusitania was sunk just off the coast. I was of an age then, when family history was of little interest and never asked the relevant questions. My earliest traceable ancestor is John William Whelton (my Great Grandfather) the landowner at Dunowen. He lived as far as I can establish, from about 1850 to 1936 having had nine children. Please, if there is anyone out there who could help me put some ‘branches’ on my family tree or has any information regarding dates etc. I would be most grateful. I know there are a lot of Wheltons out there, but how and where do they all tie in? Pat
red mail Jones - John Townsend - (Ardfield and Parish - County Cork)
Born in Co Cork c1849. Moved to Australia where he married Josephine LaFontaine and had 4 children before divorcing. He was a gold miner
red mail SULLIVAN/KILTY/WALSH/WELSH - (Ardfield and Parish - County Cork)
I am searching for descendants of Patrick Sullivan (born about 1804) and Ellen Kilty (born about 1805). THeir children were all baptized in Ardfield, in the Mountain Common area. John born 1828, Honora b. 1829, Catherine b. 1831, Ellen b. 1833, Jeremiah b. 1835, Patrick b. 1837, Dennis b. 1839, Joan b. 1842, James b. 1844. Patrick and Ellen emigrated to Philadelphia in 1857 with John, Ellen, Patrick, Dennis, and James. They lived with Richard and Mary Welsh/Walsh. Sons Martin and John Welsh, and daughter Bridgit also lived there. About 1875 Sarah Agnes Welsh, my gr grandmother emigrated. I am searching for any members of these families who might still live in the area. I plan to visit in September.
red mail O'Brien, John Patrick - (Ballinadee - County Cork)
Born 1894. Married Emma May Horn. Died 28 November 1928, Northfleet, England. Looking for any relatives from that area.
red mail Daniel BUCKLEY of Ballincurrig - (Ballincurrig, near Lisgood - County Cork)
Searching for any information relating to Daniel Buckley, beleived born Ballincurrig near Lisgoold, c1890. Daniel married Nora BRANSFIELD of Carrigtohill and they settled in Midleton.
red mail Hennesy, Margaret - (Ballineen - County Cork)
Looking for info on a Margaret Hennesy b. Oct 6 1873 in Balineen. Emigrated to U.S. & married William Bragdon of York, Maine. She daughter of Edward Hennesy & Mary Buckley.
red mail john regan - (Ballineen - County Cork)
looking for any information on any of the following, Catherine Nyhan m. John Regan, three children, Thomas, b.1863 Balineen, married Mary Driscoll of Dunmanway, emigrated Bayonne NJ USA, Hannah (Honora)b 1869 Balineen, emigaratedd 1882 to Bayonne NJmarried Timothy Callahan (County Cork) 1892 Saint Marys Bayonne NJ 1892, killed in accident 3/17/1895 married Thomas Sipio Crosby b. Hancock NY 1875 married 11/29/1902 looking for any decendant of Catherine Nyhan also of Balineen or John Regan
red mail O'CONNOR PERDEAUX GAMBLE - (Ballineen - County Cork)
I would like to exchange information about the following - Mary Ann O'CONNOR baptised 23 Aug 1857 Catholic Church Enniskeane which is a town next to Ballineen, Cork. At the time there was no Catholic Church in Ballineen so Catholics would cross theRiver Bandon to Enniskeane to have their children baptised. I assume she lived in Ballineen as a 'Ballineen' nameplate was displayed on the front of her house in Brisbane. Her parents were Michael O'CONNOR and Mary Ann PERDEAUX (or a variant of thissurname). Mary Ann O'CONNOR migrated to Queensland, Australia about 1873. She was related to HEALY and PERDEAUX in Queensland. She married John GAMBLE in Brisbane and they raised a large family. She was also related to the McCORMACK family ofTipperary, Ireland
red mail Sullivan family,Clonakilty - (Ballinglanna, near Clonakilty - County Cork)
i have John Sullivan baptised 28/1/1827 Clonakilty married to Mary McCarthy on 2/5/1856 at Ballinglanna,Cork.They had Daniel 1859,Mary 1857, Bridget 1863. Mary died and he married a Margaret McCarthy and they had Honoria 1866, Kilgarriff and Tawnies Upper are also mentioned.Does anyone have any info on this family please
red mail Bernard Foley - (Ballinglanna, near Cork - County Cork)
Bernard Foley br. 1837-38, he married a Mary? She was br. abt.1838. Thier oldest child's name was Kathyrn was called "Kate". She was the oldest child and immigrated to the USA with them,She was 19 in the 1880 census. No idea what year they came here. Was told they came from County Cork. They settled in Boston Massasusates. I found them in the 1880 census. He was a peddler and shoemaker. Mary died in 1882 at age 41, when Maggie was 4 years old. Maggie was put in the Catholic Orphanage by her father after her mothers death, and a few months later was sent on the "Orphan train" to South Dakota. She carried a slip of paper with her with the names John Mallow Foley,& Mrs Curley. It's been said Mary's maiden name could be Curley or Gallagher these two people are buried in the Calvery Cemetary in Boston, Massasusates. We know nothing of Maggie or this family. She never heard from her family again. Doing this history for the gr. Gr. grand children. Hoping someone will recognize these names. Thank you for taking time to read this.
red mail Sliney John and Margaret - (Ballinglanna, near Cork - County Cork)
John and Margaret were born and married in Cork not sure of where. I believe the left Cork because of the potato famine and settled in St Giles in the fields London. They had margaret ,thomas m great great granddad,John and i think Bartholomew.Does anyone have information on this family or are there Slineys still in Cork that are relation .Please get in touch
red mail Dennis McGrath. - (Ballinglanna, near Cork - County Cork)
Daniel Mcgrath Married Ann Connell in June 1854 in Gravesend kent u.k.His father was Dennis Mcgrath ,all born cork Ireland.BE very pleased to hear when they were all born and who Dennis`s wife And parents were. He is my great great grandfather.Thahks,
red mail Lohan, Ballinhassig, Co Cork - (Ballinhassig - County Cork)
My great grandmother, Mary Agnes LOHAN married John JONES in Ballinhassig in 1856, before moving to Glasgow, then Liverpool. Would love to hear from anyone with similar interests / information
red mail Cross William and Johanna Murphy - (Ballinhassig - County Cork)
Looking for information on either William or Johanna who were married in Ballinhassig in 1842. Would like to find information on parents or other relatives.
red mail Ballinhassig, Ballymartle, & around - (Ballinhassig - County Cork)
My father's family came from Clougheenduane,Killaminoge,Farlistown in the parish of Templemichael / Ballinhassig. And Corran, Killeady in the parish of Dunderrow North / Ballinhassig. Family names were: McCarthy, O'Callaghan, Looney, Barrett, Mahoney, Murphy. Would like to hear from anyone who thinks that they may be connected. Mary
red mail Coveney - (Ballinspittle, Beal Atha an Spideil - County Cork)
I am looking for any information on the Coveny family who left Ballinspittle for England aroung 1830. Head of family was widow Elizabeth. Pam
red mail Families around townlands of Ballintober & Garravesoge, Cork - (Ballintober House - County Cork)
Looking for anyone who has connections with these families: COAKLEY, COLCLOUGH, COUGHLAN ( spelled in any of these forms ), BRIEN or O BRIEN, BARRY, CALLAGHAN, MAHONEY, McCARTHY, LOONEY. Our family is related to all of these, they were living in BALLINTOBER & GARRAVESOGE in the parish of Ballymartle from the 1850 - 1901 and later. The landlord on the Ballintober estate in the 1850s was the Rev. John Meade. The Meades built the little church at Templemichael, just to the north.
red mail HASSETT of Ballyandreen, Co. Cork - (Ballyandreen - County Cork)
My Great Grandmother Hannah Hassett was born (c1856) Ballyandreen, County Cork, Ireland. Her parents were Michael Hassett and Ellen Ryans. I am seeking any information about this family and also info about the village of Ballyandreen of which I know very little. Thanks.
red mail Conner Family - (Ballybricken House - County Cork)
Looking for members of the Conner Family that lived in Ballybricken House, Cork, Ireland 1842-1905. Daniel Henry Conner born 1867.
red mail Thompson, Connell, Clifford - (Ballyclough House - County Cork)
Looking for relations of Nicholas Thompson and Mary Connell of Ballyclough Cork. Mary had been married before and had a son Patrick Clifford b1859. Nicholas and Mary had another seven children: Philip b1865 Elizabeth b1866 Matthew b1867 Holly or Hawley b1870 Mary b1872 Nicholas b1875 Sarah b1879 Elizabeth and Philip were both christened in Ballyclough the other children are listed only as Cork. Nicholas snr was in England without the family in 1871 and the whole family were there in 1881. Elizabeth married Alfred Seabrook in 1887. There is no record of any family members except Elizabeth on the 1891 census so presumably they returned to Ireland. I do know that Elizabeths son John married his cousin Mary the daughter of Nicholas jnr.
red mail Ballyclough - (Ballyclough House - County Cork)
Any information about Elizabeth Amelia Thompson and family threof would be much appreciated
red mail Hurley, Mahoney families - (Ballycomanane - County Cork)
Interested in any info regarding the families of Timothy, Michael, or Catherine HURLEY in and around Ballycommane and Durrus / Carrigboy, Cork circa 1850s onward. Also family of Charles MAHONEY and his wife Ellen O' DRISCOLL for same period.
Barry - (Ballydehob - County Cork)
Richard James Barry was born in Ballydehob in 1840. His parents were David Barry and Sarah Roberts. His grandfather was Richard Barry.
red mail O'Mahony. Denis P - (Ballydehob, Beal an da Chab - County Cork)
I am looking for information on my paternal Grandfather Denis Patrick O'Mahony b1878 who married Elizabeth Neill, and who lived at Gurteenakilla. They had several children Kathleen, Paddy, Margaret (Peggy), Anne, Jeremiah (Jerry). Any information on Denis, Elizabeth, their parents or siblings would be gratefully appreciated.
red mail Mitchell-Harris - (Ballydehob, Beal an da Chab - County Cork)
Looking for the family of Agnes Alice Mitchell who was born in Ballydehob between 1800 and 1850
red mail KEANE - (Ballydehob, Beal an da Chab - County Cork)
Iam looking for information on my great grandfather jeremiah keane born in ballydehob cork ireland
red mail Riordans near Ballydesmond,NW Cork - (Ballydesmond, Baile Deasumhan, Kingwilliamstown - County Cork)
William James Riordan christened Boherbue 1852 and a brother Eugene 1854. Parents William Riordan and Hannah Scully of Glenlahan. Maybe part of the Riordan family moved to Knocknaboule East Kerry 1865.
red mail Maria CROWLY or CROWLEY - (Ballydesmond, Baile Deasumhan, Kingwilliamstown - County Cork)
of Kingwilliamstown or Ballydesmond md Thomas BENNETT in Jan 1873 at Kingwilliamstown (Roman Catholic). Her father was Timothy CROWLY/CROWLEY (farmer) She would have been born abt 1850 Would love to find more information - like her Mother & any siblings.
Michael Foley - (Ballyhooly, An Baile Atha hUlla, and Parish - County Cork)
Michael and David Foley were born in Ballyhooly in abt 1792 and 1799 respectively. David was sent out to Australia as a convict on 14 November 1817 aboard the Guilford (or Guildford). He was later pardoned and married Sarah T. Andrews. Michael married Mary Murphy (born abt 1807 in Fermoy) and had 6 children - John, Patrick, David, Margaret, Mary and Susannah. They left Ireland in Nov 1836 on the Lady McNaughton. Mary arrived in Sydney in Feb 1837 but the ship was quarrantined for Typhoid which Michael, Margaret and Mary died from at sea. Any information about the Irish family they left behind in Ballyhooly and/or Fermoy would be appreciated.
red mail Balleyhooly - (Ballyhooly, An Baile Atha hUlla, and Parish - County Cork)
my great great great grandfather . Michael Callaghan ( D.o.B. @ 1821) married Honnora Swiney in the parish of Boherbue in the 1830's/40's, and they had three children, including my great, great grandfather William Callaghan, before leaving the county of Cork - as a young couple with 3 dependent children - during the famine of the 1840's. They settled in S.Wales UK, and added to their family. and I am interested in contacting anyone researching the same village or name.
red mail THOMAS ALFRED SMYTH - (Ballyhooly, An Baile Atha hUlla, and Parish - County Cork)
Thomas was born in Ballyhooly 25th December 1832. His father also Thomas was a landowner and young thomas worked on farm until emigrating to USA in1854 settling in Philadelphia. He became a famous general during the American Civil War and was wounded & died in Delaware in 1865 aged 32yrs. A book is now being written about him and as little is known about his life & family, any information regarding his early years, education etc,, would be appreciated. Thank you
red mail (John) Thomas Manning Jr. ? - (Ballylanders - County Cork)
I'm in search of my family in Ireland. My great great grandfather was James Manning who come over to settle in Worcester, MA. His wife was Margaret Welch, daughter of Catherine Hurley and John Welch. My search runs cold once I get to James. Some searches from here in US name is father as John Thomas Manning and some as Thomas Jr. Trying to find some help. One of James' sons is James Daniel, one of his sons is James Douglas, one of his sons is Robert Bruce, my father.
red mail Hannan lineage - (Ballyleary, near Cobh - County Cork)
Am researching Margaret Ann Hannan, born 1859-1866 timeframe, Cork, Ireland so I am told. Am looking for info on her parents/siblings/how and where she came to the states sometime before 1880. Once in the states she settled in the state of Pennsylvania and married a man by the name of Frank Anderson. Any info at all would greatly be appreciated.
red mail michael o'brien - (Ballymacoda - County Cork)
anyone related to michael o'brien, one of the 'manchester martyrs'? believe he is my grandfather's cousin
red mail Ronan/Ronayne/Ronane - (Ballymacoda - County Cork)
I am looking for my Ronan Family from this area. My Great Great Great Grandfather was Thomas Ronan who was married to Elizabeth Gilholy(?) they had at least 1 child Patrick my Great, Great Grandfather. I do have a theory that the couple had more children and Patrick was the youngest of about 6 before dying shortly after Patrick's birth and somehow Patrick ended up coming to America with either his Uncle or his brother David a carpenter who was married to a Catherine Ryan or Daly from Ballymacoda and they had a son William. Upon reaching America all these Ronan's settled in NYC until their deaths. Patrick married Anna McCaffrey about 1856, William married Elizabeth Corcoran. I know that Patrick and Anna had 6 living children as of 1900 their youngest child Anna b. 1879 is my Great Grandmother, their son William had two children Madaline and Arthur, Madaline married a Peter Raihl and had at least 1 child a daughter as of 1930. I would love any information of the family roots in Ireland and in New York..........
red mail Looking for Dunlea - (Ballymartle - County Cork)
Mary Frances Dunlea b: Feb 2, 1843. Arrived US in 1853 per census. Her father was James Dunlea her mother Margaret Murphy. Have found record of her baptism in Ballymartle church records but nothing for parents marriage there. James’ parents--Edmond Dunlea died Boston Feb 2, 1902; wife (name not given) died Boston Sept 22, 1902 age 94. Name is misspelled so often they are hard to trace even in Boston.
red mail Delea Ballymartle. - (Ballymartle - County Cork)
My grandfather on my mother's side was Jack Delea, he was born 1858/59 presumably in Ballymartle, he married a Margaret O'Sullivan in Riverstick Church in 1899, he would have been bout 40 or so at the time.. They had two daughters Elizabeth (my mother) born on 12 January 1900 (died 14th Sept 1962) and Catherine born 17th March 1902,(died August 1979) His wife Margaret died in 1918 of the influenza epidemic that swept the country at the time. He worked as a private contractor on the country roads. He died in 1943. Buried in Ballinaboy Cemetry, Ballinhassig.Co Cork
red mail ANN HANNAH MULCAHY emigrated to AUSTRALIA - (Ballymartle - County Cork)
My great grandmother ANN HANNAH MULCAHY emigrated to Australia c1866. She was born somewhere between 1842 and 1847 in either BALLYMARTLE or BALLINHASSIG. Her father was William MULCAHY, a farmer, her mother Ellen ALLEN. One sister emigrated to America. Does anyone know anything about this family?
red mail Deneen / Lyons - (Ballymartle - County Cork)
Daniel DENEEN married Mary LYONS in Ballymartle circa 1838. Came to Wales 1841. Are there any parish records available to find this marriage. 1 child Catherine born in Ireland 1839.
red mail Jeremiah Barry - (Ballynacorra, Ballinacurra, Ballynacurrig - County Cork)
Seeking information about Jeremiah,his wife, possibly called Mary, and family including Eliza who came to England and married Henry George Broadbent in Chester in 1863.
red mail Victor Blundell - (Ballynacorra, Ballinacurra, Ballynacurrig - County Cork)
or his wife Kathleen MacKenzie, around early 1900's?
red mail "The Retreat" Ballinacurra - (Ballynacorra, Ballinacurra, Ballynacurrig - County Cork)
Anyone know where this might be, a private house? I have a letter from my great grandmother 1919 from this address.
red mail any DWANES - (Ballynamona, near Fermoy - County Cork)
red mail HAGAN /ADAMS family FERMOY - (Ballynamona, near Fermoy - County Cork)
Searching for JOHN HAGAN, bootmaker bc.1820 and wife MARY ADAMS. May have been a convict to Aust.or emigrated post birth of their son WILLIAM bc.1837 Fermoy.
red mail John Samuel Mitchell - (Ballynamona, near Mitchelstown - County Cork)
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.
red mail molan brothers - (Ballynoe, near Cork - County Cork)
looking for info on 4 Molan brothers who emigrated early 1800's to Australia from Cork. Names are unknown.
red mail THOMPSON Robert Milford Donegal - (Ballynoe, near Cork - County Cork)
Born c.1823 married Mary Ann Waters 1840, Migrated to Australia "Herald" 1844. Any information re background in Donegal appreciated.
red mail Webb family - (Ballynoe, near Cork - County Cork)
looking for relatives of John Webb who emigrated to Newport, Mon around 1865. His father was named John Webb and came from Country Cork. The only two hints I have is that on the 1901 Welsh census John said he was from Cork, so I belive that he was from a village around there. John's granddaughter told me that the name of his village began with Bally. I also know that he lived in a village near to a creek or a river. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail mary ford - (Ballynoe, near Cork - County Cork)
hi my mum mary davage (nee ford) was born 16th october 1916 ,in cork she had a sister sheila now passed away who lived on st patricks street cork ,she also had a sister called dorothy and a brother called john ,they both lived in england and have both passed away ,her mother passed away when mary was very young and the children then lived with their aunty molly,that is all i know unfortunatley ,if there is anybody in the cork area who could shed some light on my family it would be much appreciated,many thaks chris
red mail Patrick Browne Carrigtwohill - (Ballyvourney, Baile Bhuirne, and Parish - County Cork)
Patrick Browne Married Abigail Healy on 23-1-1890 they had 13 Children , Patrick, Daniel, Thomas, Mgt, Mary, Julia who went to the USA married Griffen, James, Michael, Abina, Tim, Catherine,Jeremiah,John we are trying to arrange a Family reunion do you have any details on these names
John Buckley - (Ballyvourney, Baile Bhuirne, and Parish - County Cork)
Looking for info on a John Buckley born abt 1831 definitely in County Cork and I suspect Ballyvourney. He emmigrated to Wales and later with his wife Mary Scanlon born abt 1835 to USA in 1872 eventually residing in Pittsburgh, PA.
red mail Connollys of Baltimore - (Baltimore, Dun na Sead - County Cork)
Timothy Connolly was born in Baltimore circa 1829. Would like to hear details about any other Connollys around at that time thank you Gabrielle
red mail Linehan, Co Cork - (Banteer, Bantir - County Cork)
Looking for any connection to John Linehan, died 1929 and buried in Nadd Lyre near Banteer, Co Cork, Ireland Contact Siobhan
red mail Harrington, Bantry Cork - (Bantry House - County Cork)
Hi, I am looking for info about my Great Great Great Grandfather John Francis Harrington, son of Michael Harrington and Johannah Coakley, who married in Bantry, 1831, (I believe, but need confirmation this is correct). His sister Catherine and brother Daniel were also born in Ireland, but the whole family moves to Spitalfields in London, where they work as Tailors. John Francis - on some census just Francis- marries Marianne Smithen -no idea where. He is eventually listed as being a Chelsea Pensioner. However, Baptism info in Ireland is what I'm after. Many thanks.
red mail Michael White of County Cork - (Bantry House - County Cork)
Looking for gr-grandather Michael White. Known: was supposedly of County Cork; was a tailor; was crippled when he shows up in 1850 Federal Census for Hancock County, Maine. Gravestone gives his dates as 1809-1869. U.S. Censuses for 1850 & 1860 put his birth date as ca. 1812, say he married Louise/Lovisa Manley of Tremont, Hancock County, Maine, and had six children; Sedelia, Mary L., Rosetta, Frances A., William H., Daniel E., and Albion P., b. 1843-1858 in Tremont,Maine. Family story is he jumped ship in Maine; can find no immigration record for him. Having seen Bantry, which looks exactly like Mt. Desert, Maine, where Michael settled, have strong feeling that he came from near there and would like to eliminate that possibility first. Anyone willing to look for his birth/baptism record (not necessarily Roman Catholic) in that area or a connection with a parent with same name as one of his children, or a tailor named Michael White before 1840 would be very much appreciated. Confirmed information would be rewarded.
red mail Barry/Crowley/Donovan - (Bauravilla - County Cork)
researching Barry/Crowley from Bauravilla, Skibbereen, Cork, who would be my great great grandparents. Of the children of Barry/Crowley, a daughter(? married Donovan from Cooragannive, Skibbereen, Cork after 1865?? From Donovan/Barry marriage there were eighteen children. My grandmother Elizabeth Donovan, born 1 April,1885 at Farmhouse on River Ilen, Cooragannive was the eleventh child. She emigrated to Springfield, MA after 1901, married William J. Wynne in East Longmeadow, MA in 1915.
red mail HAMMOND - (Berrings - County Cork)
Looking for relatives Eileen Hammond married to Jack/John Chandler who lived in Walsall west Midlands-Eileen Born 1908 died 1988.Think she buried back home in Ireland Berrings Nr Cork. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Blackpool, Cork City. - (Blackpool - County Cork)
I am happy to offer advice to anyone searching for information about their ancestors from the Blackpool area of Cork, which is in the parish of St. Mary and St. Anne's Cathedral. I am particularly interested in the Quarry Lane area.
red mail Looking for johns parents! - (Blackrock - County Cork)
In Liverpool in 1868 John MOLLOY from Blackrock, a tailor, b.1845 married Anne TOBIN b.1844 both from Ireland. Family legend had it they ran away to England as sweethearts Im not so sure, think they joined family over there. We think John had sister Elizabeth MOLLOY(later Pepper)and Anne may have aunt/older sister Margaret ROONEY (nee TOBIN). Familiar to anyone? Thanks x
red mail Brady - Daly , Cork - (Blackrock - County Cork)
Brady - Daly My Gt.Gt. Grandparents Thomas Joseph Brady born 1799 and Bridget Daly Both born, in County Cork, Ireland , to the best of our knowledge. They had two sons, Bernard Brady born 1826 and Thomas Brady born 1828. who was my Gt. Grandfather. Bridget must have died, because when Thomas and his family emigrated to Canada in 1832 , he had married Julia. Thomas went by his second name Joseph. They settled in Metcalfe Township, Ontario, Canada. They owned a farm there. If anyone has any possible info on our ancestors, please let me know. Thank you , Louella
red mail looking for John Johnson - (Blackrock - County Cork)
I am descended from John Johnson, son of William and susanna John come to Australia and married Eliza Broderick, any one know of John's family?
red mail Looking for relatives of Madden family - (Blackrock - County Cork)
I am looking for relatives of my Father John Christopher Madden born 29th May 1910. I cannot find out who his mother and father were. They lived in Blackrock Road he had a sister's Sheila, Molly and Elizabeth (known as Lizzy). Sheila never married and worked at Blackrock Hospital where she died. Molly married Tim Mc Carthy and I remember various cousins Anthony Bernadette and others. Lizzy moved to Waterford and married someone who worked for the glass factory. I never knew my fathers mother and would like to know what happened to her. He would not speak about her.
red mail Cooke - (Blackrock - County Cork)
I am looking for information re William levingstone Cooke born abt 1866, married to Elizabeth Darkey Stoker. He lived at Rock Lodge Blackrock Knockrea in 1911. He was shot by IRA 22 August 1922. I would be grateful for any info.
red mail Mary Marrin - (Blarney Castle - County Cork)
I am looking for information about Mary Marrin, daughter of James Marrin, born about 1821 in Blarney. She moved to Manchester and married Thomas Tobin in Manchester Cathedral in 1842. Her occupation was a hand loom weaver.
WALSH - (Blarney - County Cork)
My great grandparents were Michael Walsh and Ellen O'Donoghue who married in Limerick in 1876. My grandfather Peter Paul Walsh was born in Blarney in 1878.
red mail Edward or Edmond Walsh, Elsie - (Blarney, An Bhlarna - County Cork)
My grandfather was Edward or Edmond Walsh, Blarney,County Cork. He was married to Elsie Paul Criswell. They had children Johanna, Eugenie, Patricia, Edward, Irene, Florence. Patricia is my mother. When she was eleven, my grandmother left Ireland with the children and they moved to Darlington, England. My grandfather died when I was 11. My grandmother before I was born. I am looking for anyone that can help me locate anyone on either side of my family, as this is as much information as my relatives in England could supply. They have had no contact since they were children. Would like to hear from anyone that can help in my search. Kind regards.
red mail Timothy Connolly - (Brahalish - County Cork)
Timothy Connolly married Johanna Leary 5 Feb 1853. I am looking for the names of their parents.
red mail Ryan,Thomas(Tommy) - (Caherdrinny - County Cork)
Married to Ellen(nee Bullman)Thomas was a pulblican in Caherdrinny.Pub often referred to as Tommy Ryan's. They had at least two sons.John born C 1856 who went to New Zealand and William who went to California. Any information welcome.
red mail McCarthy Cappaghglass - (Cappaghglass - County Cork)
Please could you help me search for the McCarthy family from Cappaghglass near Ballydehob in West Cork. In the 1901 cencus they are all listed. In the 1911 cencus only 1 son Daniel is listed in Kilbronogue an adjoining town land. He was staying with Donavans. All that I know is that the elder son Jeremiah who would be 107years old now left for Cardiff about 90 years ago. Family were father Denis, mother Norah, daughter Margaret and sons Jeremiah, Daniel and Patrick. It is a mystery what had happened to them. Your help would be so much apprieciated as I have only come up against dead ends. Thanks.
red mail coolmore estate - (Carrigaline, Carraig Ui Leighin, and Parish - County Cork)
I am a descendant of Henry Marjaram, carpenter, who assisted in building the coolmore cottages, his daughter married direct descendant thomas atkinson in carragiline 1843, Thomas was a Horseman, at the stables, either as a huntsman or a groom, they returned to england abt 1846
red mail Carrignavar _ Murphy - (Carrignavar - County Cork)
My grandmother Ellen Mary Murphy was born on 29 June 1881 in Carrignavar of farming people. She moved to Cork to work in the shop owned by Frank Keogh, husband of her sister Moll. Ellen married William Edward Williams from West Derby /Birkenhead area and they had a fish shop in Cork City. Their children were Florence Mary 1910-1920, Margerat Mary 1911-2004, William Edward 1915-1986, Eileen 1921-1948 and John who died as a baby. Ellen died 23 July 1964 in her home in Cork.
red mail Carrignavar,Dunbullage,Cork - (Carrignavar - County Cork)
Looking for anyone who can help me regarding a MANNING family of Michael MANNING, b:1864 in Carrignavar,Dunbullage,Cork, Mother; Mary CONNELL, and Father; Michael MANNING. He emmigrated to the USA-New York about 1882 and settled in Troy, NY. where he married Catherine McKEOWN in 1883. They had Mary, Anna Felicita, Helen, Peter, Margaret and Michael. Catherine's mother was a MORIARTY,all from Cork Centre5 (35 Kyle st.)
red mail Christopher Tennant Moss and Eliza McCartney/Macartney marriage 1852 - (Carrigrohane - County Cork)
Christopher is my husband's great grandfather on his mother's side, he was killed in the Crimea in 1855, then in 1860 Eliza McCartney Moss remarried a Robert Metcalf. The children of the marriage William Tennant Moss and Marion McCartney Moss both came to Aust and married here William 1879 in NSW, and Marion in QLD in 1877. The PROBLEM is that their marriage details for Eliza give a different father (a James William McCartney) (maybe he was known as just William! than the one told us "down the line", hence the spelling, as Sir William Macartney had 5 daughters one of whom was Eliza, and he has been the accepted father of her (from The Peerage). I have a copy of a copy of a letter from a John Taylor (Sir William's valet/Manservant?) fom "Line Fort" 29 July 1867 to Mrs Metcalf (Eliza) telling her of Sir William's last few days died July 1867 at the "Glebe", how he prepared the body of Sir William for burial etc and where he was buried "in poor Mr Harry's grave" whose remains were not in the least disturbed! I have an Ancestry marriage of Chrisopher T Moss to Elizabeth Georgiana Macartney (father named once again as James William Macartney - owner of the Ancestry Tree's spelling). Can anyone shed any light on Christopher's wife and family, the wedding, his mother Eliza McCartney Moss then Metcalf? If Eliza was Sir William's daughter wouldn't there have been something printed in the paper of the time? Dale
red mail Denis and Johanna Crowly of Carrigtohill - (Carrigtohill, Carraig Thuathail, and Parish - County Cork)
Johanna was from Lurrig, Cork; they married 12 May 1818 in Aghada Parish. Looking for descendants.
red mail Nora Bransfield - (Carrigtohill, Carraig Thuathail, and Parish - County Cork)
Would welcome any information relating to Nora Bransfield, born Carrigtohill, c1890 +/- a few years. Nora married Daniel Buckley and they settled in Midleton.
red mail David Barry, Barryscourt castle - (Carrigtohill, Carraig Thuathail, and Parish - County Cork)
This castle runs thru my family. David Barry and Elizabeth Roche (his wife) lived there in 1550s. They had 9 kids, he died, she remarried and had 13 more! They were powerful people in their time with other castles as well. Looking for any info!
red mail McGrath's of Cashel - (Cashel - County Cork)
Looking for information on James J McGrath from CASHEL who immigrated to Ballarat, Victoria, AUST in the late 1850's. Any help will be appreciated.
red mail William Barry - (Cashel - County Cork)
Looking for information for William Barry; born in Cashel Ireland 25 October 1848; parents siblings are unknown. He immigrated to New York in 1970 and settled in Boston Massachusetts. He married Mary Alice Farrel in 1875.
Prossor family - (Cashel - County Cork)
Looking for information on the Prossor family who emigrated to England in the 1820s. Anthony Prossor was born in Cashel in 1792. Thank you in advance.
Buckley - Castlehaven - (Castlehaven and Parish - County Cork)
I am searching for a Michael Buckley & family. He was born in Castlehaven abt 1805. He later married an Ellenora _______, village unknown and gave birth to a boy named John about 1831 and a girl Ellenor later. They moved to Wales before 1841. I would appreciate any hints on solving this piece of the puzzle.
red mail Looking for Hodge family lineage - (Castlehaven and Parish - County Cork)
I am trying to find my family in Ireland and surrounding areas. Anyone that can help me please contact me
red mail O'Briens of Castlehaven - (Castlehaven and Parish - County Cork)
John and Simon O'Brien b.Shepparton, Castlehaven, County Cork. parents John O'Brien & Catherine O'Donogan. John & Simon arrived Australia Maryborough Qld.c1860/1870.John = Annie Moloney 08/10/1873 Annie arrived Aust.1866 born Mullingar Westmeath c 1847.Parents John Moloney mother Mary Brennan. Annie Died 02/09/1885 John then marries Catherine Reid they have 2 sons.John abandons his family c1888 nothing has been heard of since.I am unable to find a death cert for him,Iknow his 1st son of this marriage died but of his wife and 2nd son John Henry Percy I have no information,except that Catherine Reids parents where Thomas Reid & Mary Hickey, if any one should know this family Please contact me.
red mail Annie Driscoll (1845), William J. Driscoll (1842) - (Castlehaven and Parish - County Cork)
Looking for Annie Driscoll (1845), William J. Driscoll (1842) and mother Ann (born 1811 in Wales)
red mail Mead, Twohill, O'Brian, O'Donaghue, - (Castlelyons, Caislean O Liathain, and Parish - County Cork)
We are looking for anyone who is related to any of the families mentioned, from this area.
red mail Walsh - Ahern - (Castlelyons, Caislean O Liathain, and Parish - County Cork)
Walsh Maurice married Ahern Johanna. Daughter Mary aged 18 sent to Australia as an Irish Orphan in 1850.
red mail O'Connell - (Castlelyons, Caislean O Liathain, and Parish - County Cork)
Mary Ann O'Connell born 22 Sept 1841 immigrated to USA and married George William Anderson in Iowa
red mail flanagan's - (Castlelyons, Caislean O Liathain, and Parish - County Cork)
looking for any info on the flanagan's of castlelyons around 1840s 1850s trying to trace my gg grandfather we think he came from castlelyons cork my g granddad was michael flanagan born 1855? moved to belfast married in 1875 to mary ann o;neill ..thank you
red mail John McDonald/McDonnell and Ellen Barry & their children - (Castlelyons, Caislean O Liathain, and Parish - County Cork)
Looking for information on the following in the McDonald/McDonnell/Barry family: Parents--John McDonald/McDonnell & Ellen Barry, county Cork near Castlelyons Children--Catherine b. ?, Mary b. 1829, John b. 1821 and Jeremiah b. ?>>all these children left Ireland and settled in New York and Massachusetts. Please advise, John
red mail Pomphrey?Castlemartyr - (Castlemartyr, Baile na Martra - County Cork)
James or Francis Pomphrey of Castlemartyr about 1860. The surname may be "Pumphrey".
red mail Castletownroche Gillespie Rourke family - (Castletownroche, Baile Chaisleain an Roistigh, and Parish - County Cork)
Researching the Gilespie family from Castletownroche who lived there mid 1800s and the Rourke family who they married into. Would love to hear from anyone doing the same and to swap information etc
Brown, Fergus - (Castletownshend - County Cork)
John BROWN, b1809 Castletownshend Co. Cork, s/o James Brown & Elizabeth ....? He joined the coastguard & was transferred to Hampshire where he marr. Mary FERGUS, d/o James & Mary FERGUS. Anyone related to this BROWN?
red mail John Driscoll - (Castletownshend - County Cork)
John my great great grandfather born in Castletownshend around 1830's and moved to Victoria, Australia around 1852. He married Elizabeth Phinn in Australia, she was born Edinburgh, Scotland. Johns parents were John and Elizabeth as well. Any information would be appreciatad.
red mail Brown, James - (Castletownshend - County Cork)
Was james brown, father of John who became a Coastguard, a coastguard (or equivalent) himself? He was living in Castletownshend when John was born. Were there any other children and were they catholic and native of Ireland or was James posted from England, does anyone know?

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