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red mail Owens, Simon
I'm seeking information on the family of Simon Owens son of Thomas and Mary Owens b.abt. 1770 Julianstown House, Barony of Morgallion.. He had brothers John and Thomas. 13 Feb 1796 he married Christina McGeough St Mary's Church, Dublin. Any proof that Christina was the daughter of the Armagh merchant William McGeough. Christina and Simon had the following children: Simon b. 1799, Edward b. 1804, Robert, Christina, Isabella, Jane, Joseph. Edward married Sarah Coulter 1838 and Simon married Mary Hinds 1840. Janet
red mail Conway in Nobber
Hello! I am looking for any information on my great-great-grandfather, Francis Conway, who was a general grocer and publican in Nobber  certainly at the time of the 1901 and 1911 censuses. He married Elizabeth (Eliza) Molloy in 1870 and had at least seven children with her. He might also have married a Mary Farrell previously and had one child, Margaret Mary Conway. There's the possibility of some sort of relationship with Ruth Louthern but am unsure about that. Delighted to hear from anyone who can help.
red mail Fitzsimons/Farquhar
Looking for information on James Fitzsimons, Soap Manufacturer born abt 1832 and Ann Farquhar his wife. Thanks, Marnie.
red mail Peter Lynch.Farmer Posseckstown.
Peter is father of my great,grandmother Annie Lynch married to James Harley in Nobber Chapel in 1876. Im trying to trace the marriage of Peter Ist wife Alice Devin abt 1850 and 2nd wife Mary ??? abt 1890.
red mail GAUGHRAN from Nobber Parish 1800's: grave location? relations?
I don't believe any of my great-grandparents Gaughran's family was left in Ireland as of 1892, but perhaps descendants of one of their aunts or uncles will recognize some of this. Bridget Smyth (abt 1822 to 1892: parents Phil and Bridget) married Owen/Eugene Gaughran (abt 1808 to 1865): first known child, Patrick, born 1848 in Kilbeg parish. My ggfather Bryan/Bernard Gaughran was born 1854 in Nobber parish (two of Owen and Bridget's daughters, Alice and Jane, died in their teens in the 1870's and are buried in Nobber). Owen/Eugene is buried in Nobber: Bridget came to US in 1892 and died nine days later: her headstone in NY reads "native of Nobber Parish, Co. Meath." I assume her husband's family was also from Nobber, then. LDS records show a Nobber parish Thomas Gaughran married to a Margret Duffy having daughter Anne in 1864--could Thomas be Owen's brother? In 1880, just before leaving for the US, Bryan/Bernard married Catherine Collins, daughter of Patrick (1820-1908: parents John and Catherine Kane) and Anne Carolan Collins (1820-1891). Anne is buried in Nobber parish--Bryan, Catherine, and Patrick (along with all of Catherine's siblings) are buried in NY, where their headstones claim them natives of Nobber parish.
red mail Russell
Originally farmed at Rahood in late 18th century. Son called Elias later farm at Possextown (early 19th century). Were Church of Ireland - one daughter, Frances married a Catholic named Phil Smith from Nobber village in 1841. This resulted in her immediate family converting to Catholicism (1842-1853). This branch of family moved to Feagh, Moynalty.
red mail Halpin/Carolan
James Halpin 1872 railway porter in 1911. Widower. Son, Patrick 1997 daughters, Bridget 1899 and mary 1901. Parents Michael Halpin and Mary Carolan, Family;Patrick, Mary, MaryAnne, Bridget, Michael, James, Thomas. Patrick married Mary Mongey in Slane in 1899.
red mail CASSIDY
Searching for relatives of Judith (Julia) Cassidy, daughter of Owen Cassidy who married John Yore of Nobber. They had six children who migrated to Queensland, Australia with them on the ship "British Nation" in 1876. They were Bridget, Catherine, Ellen, John, Margaret (twins)and Mary.
red mail Glassen should read Gleeson
The name was actually Gleeson changed to Glasten when they arrived in Glasgow
red mail Glassen or Kelly
Looking for any details of my great Grandmother Bridget Kelly a school mistress who married a Thomas Glassen 05.02.1902 and moved to Glasgow (changed name to Glasten there)Her father was a Cattle trader in the area called Patrick Kelly.
red mail Mcconnon
I am searching for any Mcconnon links from Nobber Co Meath. Particulary concerning my Grandfather Peter, born in 1894.

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