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red mail Coffey, Coffee
John Coffey born about 1823 married Mary Osborn and both are reported as being from Clonmel. They had a son Thomas born about 1848. Thomas emigrated to USA in the 1870's and settled in Chicago, Il. Any information on them would be appreciated.
red mail Fitzgerald - Haddon
Nga mihi o te Kirihimete. Seasons greetings from Aotearoa, New Zealand. I am looking for information about Hannah Fitzgerald who married James Haddon or Hadden at St Mary's, Clonmel on Dec 3 1833. He was a soldier with the Royal Artillery and is noted on the marriage record as living in the barracks at the time. There is no further information about Hannah, such a s parents etc. The birth of their son John is noted in Dec 1834, but again, no further information about Hannah and her origin. Our oral traditions acknowledge another child Mary Ann, born 1833. Excuse my ignorance, but why was the British Army in Tipperary, and how long were they there? Or, was this part of a British, Irish alliance? I find this all very interesting. James is of Scottish origin. Any information would be greatly appreciated
red mail Keatings of Clonmel
We have the date 1810 for the birth/christening of my gg grandfather Edward Keating. His parents were Edmond Keating and Catherine Daniel. Would love to know more about the family
red mail William Hayden
Great Grandfarther William Hayden was born in june 1839 in the parish of Newcastle near the town of clonmel in the county of Tipparary, his trade was a grocer he was 5/ft 7inches tall ,his complexion was fresh he had blue eyes and light brown hair.William Hayden Enlisted in the 1/st Battalion the Royal Irish Regiment (18th foot)on the 23/1/1864 at 3pm in Dublins 1/st Dublin District for a bounty of1£and a free kit after serving for 140 days he was promoted to the rank of full corporal education paid of even in those days 14/2/1865 after a further6 years 289 days he was promoted to the rank of sergent 30/12/1871he served in England and Ireland for 8 years 2 days till1872 and was posted to Malta for 2years 263 days where he met and married Margaret Corbet my Great Gran he was then posted to India 5/10/1874 for 5 years 193 days on the 10/5/1880 he was posted to Afghanistan,Khyber pass for 322days on the 19/3/1881 he was posted back to India for 3 years 53 days on the 11/5/1884 he was posted back to England to the Royal Victoria Miilitary hospital Netly Southampton Hampshire he was then Discharged from the british army as unfit for further service (1052)Sgt William Hayden served for a total of 20 years 135 days , he fought in 3 afgan wars and was Awarded the afghan Campaiign medal 1878 the Afgan war medals 1878 1879 1880 the long service and good conduct medal he married great gran in Malta on the 18 /10/1874 they had 5 children Henry my granfarther born in Ralwalpinda India 1883 Joseph 1868 peshwarra India Mary A hayden 1887 Liverpool John Hayden 1890 Liverpool William Hayden 1880 Ralwalpinda India great gran died in the smithdown road workhouse Liverpool in the Womans infirmary about 1905 cant find eny death records for great grandad my grandad married my gran Jessie Gunning 23//10/1904 they had 5 children william Henry 13/6/05 Leonard john 4/8/06 Joseph edward 2/3/09 Eimily jane my mother 12/6/11 Thomas 12 8 15 died aged 1 allso related Peter francis Hayden 1909 Horace Hayden 1909 Mary m Hayden 1911 Maureen Hayden 1911 Harold Hayden all from Toxteth park Liverpool this is the sad part 18724 pte John Hayden the Loyal North Lancashire KIA 1/6/1916 Bethune,23995 pte John Hayden 5/th BT The Kings (Liverpool Regiment) died of wounds sefton general hospital liverpool 13/7/1915 my Grandad 22400 pte Henry Hayden 20/th service bt the Kings(Liverpool Regiment) Liverpool pals KIA 30/7/16 Guilliemont 11159 pte John Hayden 6/th bt Connaught Rangers 3/9/1916 Guilliemont After the battle of warterloo the tipparary malitia rebeld against the crown and executed several of the Hayden familys who swore aleagence to king gorge a lot of the Hayden boys joined the british army 2 of my great uncles bugler 1769 Garet Hayden 2/nd bt 24/th foot South Wales Borderers D company KIA 22/1/1879 Hospital Rorkes Drift Natal South Africa PTE William Hayden 1/st bt 24/foot 22/1/1879 isanlawana Natal South Africa i hope this helps other members with there research
red mail Hartnett & Lamey Families
Looking for information about two families. First family is JOHN HARTNETT & FRANCES LEGGE. John Hartnett was born 1795 in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland Died 1841 in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland Frances Legge was born 1800 in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland Died 1841 in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland They had three sons Richard, William & John. All three boys were immigrant to Australia. I have information concerning John & his family in Australia, but would like information about his family in Ireland. Second family William Lamey (Leamy) born 1803 in Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland May have had a brother called John Leamy. William came to Australia in 1826 on a ship called Eliza. William married an Aboriginal woman named Bertha. So I have information about these children. Would like to find information about William parents, sibling and the life style they lived. Thanks for your help Audrey
red mail Thomas and Catherine Myers (nee Meagher)
I am looking for family connected to the above names. Three of their children came to Australia - their son John married Ann Cashen at Clonmel Tipperary and came to Australia about the 1860's - Their daughters Cate and Mary are my great great grandmothers - Cate married James Smith from Hertfordshire England and Mary married Lawrence Houlihan from Tipperary Ireland.
red mail Kennedy, Edward, Clonmel, County Tipperary
Looking for information on my Great-Greatgrandfather born in Clonmel abt. 1786, wife's name Jane ? also born in Ireland. Their son James born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA in 1822. Edward enlisted in the USA Army in St. Louis around 1819. No other information available at this time.
red mail James Butler, owner of Great Globe Hotel in Clonmel
I am looking for information about James Butler and his wife Mary (Crotty?) who owned the Great Globe Hotel on Bagwell Street in Clonmel, Co.Tipperary, in the early to mid-1800s. The parents of my 2nd great-grandfather John Butler were James and Mary Crotty Butler, and I believe the hotel owners might be them. Bagwell Street later became Parnell Street. Any information about James and Mary or the history of the Great Globe would be appreciated. In the 1824 Tithe Applotment, James is the owner. In the later 1856 Directories, Mary is the owner. There is a James Butler who died in 1837 in the will index who might be this James and his widow Mary probably continued operation of the hotel. Thanks.
red mail Dwyers from Clonmel
I am looking for a John Dwyer who was my GG Grandfather who lived and run a farm - late 1800's, early 1900's. He had 5-7 children with the eldest being Thomas who was married with all boys, Pierre who married a girl with a surname of Baker when he left Ireland & John my Grandfather who was born in 1901 and later left Ireland with his brother Pierre in 1926. In regards to the other childrens names I do not know. John my GF came to Australia where he married Francis Burke and they had 3 children (1 being my father James Dwyer). Any info would be greatful.
red mail McCarthy - Clonmel
Searching for information on John McCarthy and his family. John was born c1828-1834 to Patrick McCarthy (corn merchant) and Catherine ?Deinnen (probably misspelt). John travelled to Australia and married Catherine Daly in 1857. Would love to find out information on John's siblings, parentage etc. Thanks kindly.
red mail Quirke of Knockeevin, Clerihan near Clonmel
James QUIRKE and Rose Ann (Joanna?) NOLAN were the parents of Ellen QUIRKE who was born in town of Knockeevin, Clerihan near Clonmel, Tipperary abt 1865. Ellen immigrated to Queensland, Australia about 1887 and married John FORDE from Tullynahaia, Leitrim in 1888. Any details regarding family of Ellen QUIRKE would be appreciated.
red mail FLOYD Family from Clonmel
Anyone know what happened to the following Floyd family who appear in the St Mary's Clonmel Parish Register? Parents were Richard Floyd (shoemaker) and Sarah Keating Children 1. Richard Floyd b: 31 Aug 1843 in Clonmel, Tipperary 2. Samuel Floyd b: 28 Oct 1835 in Clonmel 3. Elizabeth Floyd b: 16 Jan 1840 in Clonmel 4. William Floyd b: 10 May 1838 in Clonmel 5. Sarah Floyd b: 17 Apr 1847 in Clonmel 6. Alice Floyd b: 10 May 1838 in Clonmel 7. Mary Floyd b: 29 Dec 1851 in Clonmel 8. George Floyd b: 14 Apr 1849 in Clonmel 9. Harriot Floyd b: 25 Nov 1853 in Clonmel 10. Eliza Floyd b: 17 May 1857 in Clonmel 11. Robert Floyd b: 19 Mar 1845 in Clonmel
red mail McCullagh , Clonmel
I'm trying to find more information about my Grandfather Reginald Ernest McCullagh and his Family.He was Born in Clonmel in March 1887 his sister Annie Florence McCullagh was born in Clonmel in December 1884 their Parents were Thomas Samuel McCullagh who was a clerk in the prison service, his wifes name was Annie. In 1887 they lived at Rink Place in Clonmel. I've not been able to find any other infromation about this family. Any information or diretion as to where I could find information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Barry
red mail Joahanna Keane 1841-1902
This is my great great grandmother who I believe was born in Clonmel.She lists herself as widow of a farmer.Her daughter Mary Theresa Keane married Joseph Frederick Marshall in Clonmel in 1875 and they later lived in Leytonstone London.There was another daughter, Ellen Keane later Elvins who also lived in the same area. I am looking for any other relatives particuarly in Clonmel and any information about Johanna, her husband and other descendents.
John Joseph Burke (born c.1873) CLONMEL-Tipperary-Ireland
I am trying to find any information I can on the parentage and early life of my grandfather J J Burke. All I have is extracted from the 1911 UK census which tells that he was born in CLONMEL and by 1911 was married to Ada Maria Britton, was aged 38 and living in Fulham - London. The census tells that at that time he had 4 children, Winifred,Kathleen,Albert and Gladys. I believe he was at some stage an army guardsman as I can recall my mother (another of his children born 1913) telling me that he wore a bearskin(busby). Any help at all would be much appreciated. Thank You.
Still seeking any information on Martin Mulcahy born in Marlesfield near Clonmel or his parents John Mulcahy and Ellen (possibly Helen?) Dwyer
red mail Clonmel connections: Griffin, Hackett, Murray & Walsh
Researching these 19th century families of the Clonmel Region. Thomas Griffin m Mary (Maria) Hackett ca 1820 and their children included Thomas, Laurence and Margaret (m John Shortis). Thomas jun married Mary Murray (d. of Thomas Murray and Johanna Welsh (Wlash?) in Sydney, Australian in 1866. The families variously lived in Marlsfield and Powerstown in the early 19th century.
Mary Ann ... ? (b. Clonmel c.1839) married Samuel George Bryan (b. Birmingham 1836)in 1910. Lived in Plumstead, SE London (1911 Census). Trying to find further history about Mary Ann, especially maiden name, and Samuel prior to 1891 Census, when he was married to Matilda (Foxon) and living with his family at 50 Barth Road, Plumstead.
red mail James Butler born 1832 in Marlfield near Clonmel
I am looking for relatives of my great-grandfather James Butler who was born in March 1832 in Marlfield, near Clonmel. He was baptized on March 22, 1832 at St. Mary's RC Church in Clonmel, parents were John and Bridget Burke Butler. James was impressed into the British Army and served in India and in the Crimean War as an artilleryman on the cliffs overlooking the Charge of the Light Brigade. He deserted in Calcutta and immigrated to America in 1857, settling in Memphis TN. He served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. In 1879, he married Margaret Harrington from Castletown Bearhaven, Cork, and their only child Frank Anthony Butler (my grandfather) was born on June 13, 1880. James reportedly had a brother named Patrick, but I know nothing about him or other siblings. I have Y-DNA results to compare.
red mail McGrath
I am researching Patrick & Margaret McGrath who both lived in Clonmel in the early 1900s. Margaret (nee Burke/Bourke) was first married to a Farrell and had 7 sons before being widowed. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail kiely family knoclofty
i am looking for family connected to john kiely born 12th jan 1921.his dad was patrick his mom johanna.he moved to birmingham england in the fifties.his wife was dorothy.he always said he came from knocklofty clonmel.but i have had no luck searching these areas.
red mail collins clonmel
I am seeking any information about my Great Grandfather James Walter Collins born in Clonmel about 1846, father Francis George, mother Ellen. Francis is described as a miller. James Walter came to Australia about 1864, Married Georgiana Badby and started an Australian branch of the Collins' here.
red mail O'Brien/Harrington
Grandmother Mary Anne Harrington whose parents in the 1901 census were called Joseph and Ellen O'Brien. Mary was 22 and parents 50. They lived in Phelans Lane, St Marys, Clonmel. Mary married my Grandfather William Bull on 22 November 1901. He was in the Army. My Aunt Agnes was born in Clonmel in 1902, her brother William was born in Dundalk in 1906. My Mum Eleanor born Isle of Wight 1910. Was Ellen married before to someone called Harrington? Can anyone shed any light on this?
red mail Perhaps Clonmel
I am seeking the origins of Patrick Joseph Lonergan, possibly from Clonmel, who was running a stationery shop in Sandymount, Dublin in 1865. He was married to Caroline Fricker, and his family had the names Mary, Annie, Elizabeth, Pat, Christopher Frederick, Mark, Joseph, John, and Declan. Some of those were names of Fricker relatives, but others must have been from the Lonergan side. Has anyone heard of PJ, or does anyone have an idea where he came from?
red mail Stephen and Bridget CODY in CLONMEL
Stephen CODY b. abt. 1821 in Clonmel, Tipperary; married Bridget b. abt. 1820 in Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary; children born in Ire David abt 1841, Frances abt 1844; family immigrated to Manchester, Eng. abt 1845. 3 other children born in Manchester. Frances married Charles SLATER in 1867 in Manchester. Want to share/contact others researching this family.
red mail Richard Butler
Richard Dennis Butler born in or about Clonmel Ireland married Mary ? don't know her maiden name, moved to England.
red mail De Lacy
My grandfather Michael De Lacy was born in 1873 in clonmel tipperary . he migrated to the tyneside area of england in the depression, Married Mary Jane Thompson 11/02/1905 in sunderland registry office. His employment was colliery shaft sinking. Anyone having information on his family history,or any relatives in Ireland ,would you please forward this information. My mother, his daughter, Susan Emily De Lacy, is, his sole remaining daughter/child alive
red mail McClelland family
I am searching for Hugh McClelland and his wife Margaret Norris and sons Joseph, Richard, John,,Thomas, and Hugh. also their daughter Jane Byrne. The family were listed as living on the land around Clonmel in 1840'. John, Joseph and Richard emmigrated during the great famine to Australia. Any assistance would be so gratefully accepted Regards Noella
red mail O'Brien, Irishtown, Clonmel
Marion O Brien ran pub (1901 Census) and shop (1911 census). Her daughters were listed as Josephine, Bessie (Elizabeth) Annie, Gertie (Gertrude?) and Angela. By 1901 Marion was listed as a widow but she was married to a Daniel O Brien who was listed as a Merchant on their marriage record. Would love to know what happened to the family
red mail owen
Hi. Have been trying to find out about my gt. grandmothers family. I know that she either came from Clonmel or moved there. She was Martha Mary Owen, born in the 1850s. As far as I know she had two sisters that may have emigrated to America but whether there were any more siblings I don't know. She married my gt. Grandfather, Frederick Clark Smith probably in Dublin. He was in the British army and came from Essex. There is a Cornelius Owen in her family that was either her Father or Grandfather. Apparently he was a sailor and had the nick-name 'Red Owen' on account of his red hair and beard. Any information at all would be brilliant, even if it is a grave stone somewhere! Fiona.
CONALTY family, Clonmel
I'm looking for any information about the CONALTY family who lived in Cashel Street in the 1890s and at 21 William Street in 1901. James John Conalty was a Constable in the Royal Irish Constabulary and died in 1895 age 38. His wife was Johanna Fennessey who was born in Cahir c. 1867 and their children (all born in Cappamore, Co Limerick) were Margaret Ann born 1889, James Joseph born 14/11/1891 and Mary Ellen born 6/2/1894. Johanna and her children moved to England sometime between 1901 and 1911.
red mail Looking for Fennessey's
Hello: I am looking for information regarding Michael Fennessey (or Finnessey), born in 1836 in Clonmel. He married Elizabeth ? from Limerick and they had one son, Michael, born in India in 1869. Michael senior served in the British army there and was eventually stationed in Fulwood Barracks in 1871. Any help would be greatly appreciated
red mail O Dwyer / Robinson
Hi, I looking for the parents of Thomas St.John O'Dwyer b.1829 in Clonmel, Co.Tipperary. Ireland. He emigrated to England sometime before 1858 when he married Harriet Robinson in Aston, Warwickshire (Birmingham area). By 1861 Census he is living in Clerkenwell, Middlesex with his young family and his brother, Edward O' Dwyer b.1827? By the 1871 Census they had dropped the 'O' from their surname. Can anyone help me trace Thomas & Edward's parents or siblings in Clonmel, Ireland?
Grant, William, Joanne, Maria, John and Alice
I am looking for information on the Grant family who lived in Clonmel in the 1820s. My great, great grandfather was William Grant who I believe was born in Clonmel in 1816. His parents were John Grant and Alice Carew and his siblings were Maria (born on May 17th 1821 and baptised at St Mary's Parish) and Joanne (born on September 16th 1827 and also baptised at St Mary's). Like his father William was a soldier and who ended up living in Edinburgh after retiring from the Edinburgh Artillery Militia around 1860. He also spent some time in the 1850s serving in Bermuda. I have baptism records for his sisters but nothing more on him or his father or mother. The sponsors at Maria's baptism were John Pickett and Alice McGrath andWilliam and Catherine Purcell at Joanne's baptism.
red mail James H Lonergan. Mayor of Clonmel 1893
I am looking for information on a maternal ancestor - James H Lonergan who was mayor of Clonmel in 1893 and 1894. The 'H' may have stood for 'Hill'. I have learned from commercial directories that he was an alderman as early as 1889, and may have been a butcher in the Shambles area of the town.
red mail Michael Condon/John Condon
Looking for any information with regard to Michael Condon born 1820. His son John was born in Clonmel in 1840. Michael was a shoemaker. He had died by the time John was married in 1871. John too was a shoemaker before enlisting in the 46th Regt of Foot in 1859 when he was 18. John had a neice called Bridget who had a link to the Guiness family.
red mail Keating/e family St. Marys Clonmel
Am researching the Keating/e family from St Mary's Parish, Clonmel. In particular, William Nathaniel Keating who married Elizabeth Hawkshaw at St. Marys 1852. They had three children, William Hawkshaw, Sarah and Henry. All three children eventually went to Liverpool/Manchester. Elizabeth is living with Sarah and her husband and grandson in 1890 but no sign of William Nathaniel Keating/e. On Elizabeth's death Cert she is the Widow of William Keatinge - Shop keeper. I doubt William Nathaniel made it to the UK?? In 1890, when Henry married in Liverpool, he is deceased on Henry's marriage cert. If anyone is researching Keating/e family would love to hear if you have these people in your tree. Thanks. Barbara
red mail Moran, Catherine, possibly from Clonmel
Am trying to find out more information on Catherine Moran, born approx. 1791, somwhere in Ireland, possibly Clonmel.
red mail mcDermott Delain
two orphan sisters,mary and biddy mcDermott arrived 9th.august 1849 in Melbourne on the"New Liverpool",father john francis McDermott and mother anne Delain .Any details of their family in Ireland would be a help.
red mail Kennedy - Andrew and father William
Looking for Info on Andrew Kennedy (b.1809 Clonmel) with William Kennedy (b. abt 1777-tipperarry more than likely father) Both convicted for stealing sheep in 1829 and sent to Sydney Australia in 1829 on Larkins 2 as convicts Both Andrew and william were in the Butcher /Stockman Trade) Any info would be muchly appreciated.
Looking for the mother of William LEGGOTT born 1840 in Clonmel. I have unconfirmed information that she was Isabella BURROUGHS (or variants) who married Thomas LEGGOTT while he was serving with the 60th Foot Regiment in Clonmel. Can't find a marriage or William's birth in Military records. Hoping Isabella might have been a local girl. Any help sincerely appreciated.
red mail Boland, Burke
Looking for relatives of James Boland, 11 May 1890. Was born at St Joseph's Hospital in Clonmel. Came to US around 1911. Married Ellen Mullin from Ballynew, Co Galway. 1915 in Philadelphia. Father was John Boland, married Katherine Burke. I am looking for info on Katherine Burke and her relatives too.
red mail Carey nee Conway
Looking for any relatives from Clonmel who may be part of the Mary Brigette Conway family who migrated to England in the late 1920's, as the Patrick Carey family.Mary was my grandmother and she met my grandfather when he was stationed in Clonmel with the Irish Army,some time in the early 1920's (I think). They had a large family of daughters,mainly born in the Clonmel area and one son Patrick Carey (still alive but in early 80's).They finally settled in Coventry (Tile Hill).My mothers name was Margaret,Mary Carey (she became Evans on marriage).Can anybody throw any light on whether any family is alive in Clonmel? Thanks all and Best Wishes, John
red mail EAGAN/EGAN Thomas & Catherine 1816
Looking for info of EAGAN/EGAN family Clonmel. My great great grandfather EDWARD EAGAN/EGAN was born 1816 Clonmel.Parents Thomas & Catherine. EDWARD was transported to NSW AUSTRALIA in 1834.I have the history of his life in Australia. I would be really pleased to have any info regarding the familly in Clonmel. Hoping someone has a lead. REGARDS FROM AUSTRALIA.Joanne
red mail Edward Harney and Alice Doody in Clonmel
Edward and Alice Harney(Nee Doody) They lived in Clonmel in the 1850/60s . They had children Edward ,William Margaret and Alice b. circa 1868. Margaret married Patrick Connolly a tailor and lived in Dublin at 4 KIng St South. Margaret b 1864ish had no children but did raise 2 nieces both called Mary Harny one born in 1901 and the other born 1894. There was a cousin to the girls called William Harney who married Cecelia Kinsella who worked for the Irish Sweepstakes and lived into his 90s and may have died in the 1960s . Any info welcome
red mail O'Neill, John
Searching for family of John A. O'Neill of Co. Tipperary, probably Clonmel, who immigrated to New Orleans, LA, USA about 1849-1851. We will be in Ireland Aug. 11-22, 2008 to search church records for him and his family.
red mail Looking for Ancestors
I am looking for ancestors of the Barrett family. My greatgrandfather was Edward Barrett, he married Bridget Costelloe in April 1905.Edward's father was also Edward Barrett who was married to Mary Barry. Mary had a brother who became a priest. Bridget Costelloe was the daughter of Patrick Costelloe and Mary O'Grady/Grady from the Limerick area. Mary's brother was Michael O'Grady/Grady who emigrated to Pennsylvania USA. My grandmother Alice Holden married Arthur Barrett, son of Edward and Bridget Costelloe. My grandmother's mother and father were Anne Lonergan nee Curran and James Holden. Does any of this mean anything to anyone?
red mail McDermott Clonmel
Searching for Patrick McDermott B. 1800 Clonmel He married Mary McGrath in 1825 Clonmel. They came to Australia and Mary died 12 days into the voyage in Aug. 1854. Their children were Margaret, Denis, Johanna, Judith, Kate and Thomas. Would like to hear from any other persons looking for this family.
red mail O'Brien Clonmel /Cahir
I am looking for O'Brien's born Clonmel Cahir area particulary John in 1862 and two brothers Michael and David no birthdates, to a Michael and Bridget O'Grady. I think they married in 1853. They moved to the Aldershot area between 1862 and 1881. Does this ring any bells? Thankyou.
red mail Carty from Clonmel
Searching any information on James and Norah Carty (nee Butler)who had a son Patrick DOB:13/01/1897 Lower Cashel Road Clonmel. James was a labourer and they may have had daughter Bridget who was to be a nun and boy who may have immigrated to Canada. Patrick imigrated to Western Australia some time after 1919. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Michael F. Walsh
Information about the Walsh famil in Clonmel around 1890. Horse owners Michael F. Walsh came to the United States. Born in Clonmel. Any information about this famiy would be greatly appreciated. Also same town; Mary Fitzgerald left Ireland around the same time for Massachusetts after her parents death. Left two siblings as ward of the state.
red mail Looking for Info on John Condon from Clonmel
My great grandfather John Condon was born in Clonmel around 1840, father Michael Condon. He served in the Army, 46th Regiment, and married Mary Jane Rousell in Winchester, while stationed there in August 1871. He eventually settled in Portsmouth where my grandmother Eliza Caroline Condon was born in August 1882. Any info on John's siblings/parents would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Joseph Heffernan
Born 12 January 1879, Clonmel, emigrated to US in 1891, settled Brooklyn, NY. Sister Maggie may have gone with him. Any relatives/links appreciated.
red mail Drummond - Clonmel
Searching for a George Drummond, Father Alexander. Born about 1825 in Clonmel. Enlists in 1843 into RA 1st Bat. 6th Co. where he married Frances Ann Taylor/Bryan in Dum Dum Inida in 1843.
red mail Thomas Magner to Aust 1863
Thomas, son of John Magner born 1840 Clonmel, sailed to Australia on ship John Temperley arriving 1863 in New South Wales, sponsored by Heffernan. Occupation Blacksmith. Any information re: family appreciated.
red mail Neesons of Clonmel
Looking for anything at all on Denis Neeson from Clonmel who left Tipperary at some time in the early 1900s for England. He may have been a jockey in Ireland or in England. He was born in William Street.
red mail hayes-clonmel tipperary
john Morris Hayes known as Morris came from clonmel or munster around 1830 and married Mary Rand from there the family went into west ham union workhouse. their son James was my great great grandfather. i would love to know anything about the area they came from and any relatives still living there
red mail real
looking for any information on nora real, married charles mayfield in clonmel around 1917. her father was john real.
red mail Mary Hennessy
Trying to trace a Mary Hennessy who lived in Clonmel,mid 1800's. She went onto marry George Abbott, who served in the Royal Artillery, and they both went to India, they then settled down in Woolwich, South East London, that is all I have to go on. Can anybody help, or point me in the right direction? Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Johanna Kearns
Looking for details on my Great Grandmother Johanna Kearns, she had a son, David Joseph Kearns (my Grandfather), DOB 14/9/1904?, who left Ireland to live in England. He married and my Nan and he had 4 children. Their 3rd born (my father) would love to meet any relatives, and I would like to organise that for him. Thanks, Ali.
red mail Looking for George Hardman
George 1813 - 1883 was in the 89th regiment of foot and based at Clonmel for the last period of his army service in 1851/2. I am trying to track the birth of children and his marriage to Eliza nee Cullen formerly Entwistle
red mail Clonmel ancestors
Any information about my great-grandmothers family who were farmers in Clonmel district. Her fathers name was Phillip Tobin she was called Ellen born about 1851
red mail Mulcahy, Co Tipperary
I am trying to trace more details of my great grandfather Martin Mulcahy born, Marlfield 1841 to John Mulcahy and Ellen Dwyer. He married in England but return to Ireland where he died at end of 19thC. Have no trace of when, how or where buried. Believed he was a postman.
red mail DUFFEY
Looking for a William Duffey born Clonmel 1800 at the army barracks. He enlisted with the Royal Artillery there in 1809 aged 9 yrs. His father was also William and also a soldier.
red mail Johanna Guilfoyle/ Mr John Guilfoyle
Johanna Guilfoyle was my Great Great Grandmother, she was born in Clonmel, Tipperary in 1826. Later she married John Williams who was stationed in Ireland, 18th May 1846. After a few year they went to Nova Scotia with their young Son William where he served. They 2 children while they were there John born 1852 and Johanna 1854. Lesley Miller Her father was John Guilfoyle, his profession was an Accountant. I would be very grateful if anyone is connected with the family. I do know that in 1920's my Great Aunt Elsie Williams went to Ireland to meet them. She remembers the house had servants and it was a large Estate. Because she went there, she inherited the Surname of Guilfoyle and part of the Estate therefore became Guilfoyle-Williams.
red mail Bridget O'Brien
I am looking for any information on Bridget O'Brien, left Clonmel Co.Tipperary for Wolverhampton England in 1889.
red mail Kelly, Mary Ann Clonmel Tip/1913
Looking for information on Mary Kelly born Jan 1913 Clonmel Tipperary married Thomas, father Edmund Kelly 1 sister Katherine. Looking for family/friends. If anyboady has infornation on my grandmother please opine. Thanks
Any info. on Richard Rossiter or Johanna Hannigan
Hartnett - Legg from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
John Hartnett married Frances (Fanny) Legg in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland. Two of their sons, Richard(24) and William(19) sailed to Melbourne, Australia, in 1841, on the ship Columbine. A third son, John(18) followed four years later in 1845, when he was 18 years old, on the ship Herald. Their parents had both died before Richard and William sailed to Australia in 1841. John Hartnett married Jane Lamey, (born in 1836), on 22 March 1856, in Moree, NSW, Australia. Jane's parents were William Lamey, born about 1810 and Bertha, born about 1814. I am interested to learn any family history details, in particular, about the parents of John Hartnett (senior) & Frances (Fanny) Legg and the parents of William & Bertha Lamey, who married in 1835.
red mail BYRNE/FOLEY
Looking for any information on the Byrnes and or Foley's. William Byrne was a baker in the town. He fought and lived through the first world war. Unfortunately his brother Edward was killed.
red mail MAHER, KEANE
Searching for information on the families of Edward John Maher and Ellen Keane. Edward was born in Cashel, Tipperary and married Ellen in Fermoy, Cork in August 1886. Ellen died in Clonmel in 1923. Their children included Edward, Mary, Margaret, Anne and Elizabeth.
red mail Lindsay, Chadwick
Searching for Robert Lindsay (maybe Robert Scotland) married to Dora Chadwick. They had two daughters Dora b 1835 and Margaret b1838 in Clonmel, Tipperary. Both daughters came to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in 1852. Suspect he was army stationed in Clonmel but can find no trace of the parents coming to Aust. Both daughters married and died in Victoria. gj

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