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Welcome to the County Galway Surname List. These Surnames are currently
being researched in the Galway area on the West Coast of the Republic of
Ireland. These surnames are listed with their researchers' e-mail or postal
addresses to assist in making connections with researchers with similar
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Mac - eg. See also McDONAGH, McDONOUGH
Mac CON - (Alice Mac CON (deceased), Charlie Mac CON (deceased), Keiran Mac
CON (has four children: Laura, Karen Mac Con, Ronan and Douglas), Sheila Mac
CON, Rory Mac CON, Nile Mac CON (deceased). All of Thread Needle Road ,
Galway.), Laura Mac Con, [email protected]
MacDONOGH - (I am looking for family connections of my G.Grandparents. my
Grandmother Catherine MacDONOGH was born in 1870 at Oranmore Galway
recorded in civil registration Ireland. Her father was Thomas MacDONOGH and
mother Mary CONAGHTON , any information at all would be appreciated.), John
Warnock, [email protected]
MACKLIN - (Reverend John MACKLIN of the Church of Ireland served as the local
Minister in the Barony of Loughrea, Clonfert Parish, County Galway for ten years. He
was listed within the local parish as a land owner/tenant with the local post office in
1848 and with the Griffith's Valuation of 1848 to 1864 as well as with Slater's
directory of 1848. I believe he served with St Brendan's Cathedral. [Rev Wayne
CARNEY is the current incumbent - County Offally]. List of Macklin’s who migrated
from Gort via Cork to New York via Ellis Island: No. Name Residence Arrived Age
Passenger Record 1 Sarah Macklin Gort, Ireland 1893 19 Ellis Island , NY 2.
Winifred Macklin Gort, Ireland 1893 17 Ditto 3. William Macklin Gort, Ireland 1894
29 Ditto 4. Mary Macklin Gort, Ireland 1912 12 Ditto 5. Annie Macklin Gort, Ireland
1914 14 Ditto 6 James Macklin Gort, Ireland 1922 20 Ditto Note: Gort is in Co
Galway Ireland. Passengers would have booked passage to North America via the
Port of Cork in Co Cork.), Eric Macklin, emacklin[NOSPAM] Delete
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MacLAMARA - (I am looking for any information re: Micheal or Michael
MacLAMARA born 1820 in Ireland. Married to Ellen born 1830 in Ireland and lived
in America in 1860 in Pennsylvania. They had 3 children Patrick b. 1852, Elizabeth b.
1854 and Matthew b. 1858.), Pamela Hook, [email protected]
MacNEVIN - (Family of Thomas MacNEVIN, Young Ireland Leader, Gort, etc, 19th
C.), Randy Ingham, [email protected], P.O.Box 620069, Newton Lower Falls,
MA 02462-0069
MADDEN,1840-1850, Richard Herbert, [email protected], PO Box 2961
Wellington New Zealand
MADDEN - (William and Mary. Ballinasloe, early 1800's. Daughter Catherine born
1832. William was a stone mason.), Sandra Edwards, Western Australia,
[email protected]
MADDEN - (Any references to Thomas MADDEN County Galway 1890 to 1930
emigrated to Chesterfield Derbyshire), Ann Davis - Granddaughter,
[email protected]
MADDEN - (John Joseph MADDEN Born Feb. 26, 1927 Clifden, present relatives),
Christina Madden-McGrath, [email protected]
MADDEN - (William Patrick MADDEN, born 1823 to Patrick & Honora MADDEN
in "Galway City"(?). Left Ireland for US as single person in 1843), J.P. Madden,
[email protected]
MADDEN - (Looking for family of Thomas MADDEN (Wife was Margaret
JENNINGS). Interested in earlier names in the family. Thomas was born 01 Sep.
1834 in Ballinisloe, Galway, Ireland. He and family immigrated to Clinton,
Massachusetts sometime before 1880? All of the children including my grandmother
Margaret Josephine MADDEN were confirmed or married in St. Johns Church in
Clinton. They are also buried in Clinton, Ma.), [email protected]
MADDEN - (Michael MADDEN, wife 1 Ellen, nee McMAHON, wife 2 Bridget nee
MINOHGUE. Child Mary Born New Quay, Clare ,Ireland 1840 and earlier.), Lynn
Farrell, [email protected], PO Box 29 Grass Patch 6446 Western Australia.
MADDEN - (Cecilia MADDEN was born in Port Dunblar Galway in 1900. She
married Michael O'MEARA from Tipperary and they moved to Australia.), Maureen
Doyle, [email protected]
MADDEN, Galway and Clare, Early 1800's, (I am interested in tracing my family
back to Ireland. I am trying to find details of John McCLARE and Mary MADDEN. I
believe they came from Galway or Clare. They married and emigrated to Australia,
arriving in 1855. John is the son of Patrick McCLARE and Judith LARKIN and was
born about 1830. Mary is the daughter of John MADDEN and Ann KELLY. The
spelling of McCLARE keeps varying.), Lindsay Brown, [email protected]
MADDEN - (My g. grandfather's name was John MADDEN, He was born in Ireland
1817 [not sure where] came to USA during the famine I like to believe on ship
Alhambra on June 1 1846 with several other Maddens. Anyway he landed in NYC
married Margaret FITZGERALD had a child Mary, then moved to Springfield
Illinoise had two more children Maurice [my grandfather] and Ellen. I would like to
know if John had siblings, where he lived in Ireland & when he died in Springfield
Illinoise. I would like to hear from any MADDENs living in or around Springfield
Illinoise. Or anyone related to MADDENs in this area.), Ken Madden,
[email protected]
MADDEN - (Patrick Michael MADDEN born March 17, 1828, in County Galway.
Father was William MADDEN. Grandfather was Daniel MADDEN. All were born in
County Galway. Family came to St. John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1841.), Bob
Lenneville, San Antonio, Texas, USA, [email protected]
MADDEN - (John MADDEN was born May 6, 1820 in County Galway, Parish of
Ardrahan. He immigrated to the US prior to 1850. I am looking for ancestor
information, I have all descendent information.), Teri Meyer, [email protected]
MADDEN, Galway-Meelick-Offlay-Dublin, Late 1700s to 1850, (James MADDEN
born 1810, Mother was Margaret GALLAGHER, Her Husband was James
MADDEN, born late 1700s where?), Albert James Madden, [email protected],
61 Old Strawberry Hill Rd Hyannis, Mass. 02601=2350
MADDEN - (Andrew MADDEN (b1852) was a stonemason and he lived in England
in the 1870's also Catherine (his sister) b1859), Barbara Anderson,
[email protected]
MADDEN, Clontuskert parish, Ballinasloe, (John MADDEN, born 1792, arrived
Sydney Australia per "Dorothy" in 1820 and held at Hyde Park Barracks. John,
together with three other prisoners, were indicted for appearing in arms as
"Ribbonmen" and administering unlawful oaths at the Galway Assizes 31 March
1820. The family was reunited when his wife, Margaret (nee WHITTAKER) and sons
Patrick (b c1814) and John (b c1818) arrived from Galway some years later. Mary (b
c1816/17), a daughter died before the family left Ireland . Looking for ancestors’
descendants.), Ray Thurlow-Berthelsen, [email protected],
MADDEN - (Unknown Madden married Dennis SHEEHAN. They had 1 son I know
of - Patrick born circa 1803. Patrick married Margaret Connors circa 1828. They had
7 children. Patrick, Margaret and their children emigrated to Australia in 1852 aboard
the "Mangerton".), Kaylene Dunn, [email protected]
MADDEN - (Information on John Butler O'MADDEN of MADDEN's of Eyrecourt
baptised RC Birr 1752.), Alain Loncledeforville, [email protected],
MADDEN - (Michael and Mary MADDEN of Creggs, Barony of Tyquinn, Parish of
Kilkern, Galway. Michael born in 1804 and Mary in 1805. Married 1836. Children
Bridget, John, James, Thomas, Malachy, Maria and Martin all born between 1837 and
1855. Immigrated to Wisconsin USA before 1843.), Madelyn Klatt,
[email protected], Box 475 Elephant Butte, NM USA 87935
MADDEN - (Looking for information on Mary MADDEN of Galway, Ireland, most
likely born in the 1850s. She is the mother of Jane McDONAGH 1877-1941 who
settled in the Brighton area of Boston with her huband, Martin E. FORDE 1876-1923,
a racetrack worker from Abbey/Duniry, East Galway.), Edward Wood,
[email protected] [This e-mail address is out of date - please advise updated
details] - Edward Wood please contact Jim Fredericks, [email protected] for
further information.
MADDEN, Galway,Offaly, Mary MADDEN emmigrated to USA about 1882. Her
husband was Patrick Henry WALSH (WELSH). They settled in Charlestown,
Massachusetts where they raised 11 children - 6 girls; 5 boys - all of whom were born
in USA. First child - Annie Marie - was born in 1884. Don't know if they were
married in Ireland or USA. Other MADDEN names appearing as Baptism sponsors
for children are Thomas, Ceila and Monica. Mary died in 1941, Patrick WALSH died
in 1922.), JoAnne Pendleton, [email protected]
MADDEN - (Thomas MADDEN born circa 1835 married Margaret KELLY born
circa1850. Both found in Strokestown Co Roscommon in 1901 census. Thomas
believed to be originally from Galway. Children: Thomas Jnr, Patrick, Sarah,
Margaret, John Joseph, James and Mary Ann Annie). Thomas Snr and sons were
Carpenters. John Joseph moved to Liverpool before 1921 and married Helena
FLYNN. Mary Ann (Annie) married a Thomas DOYLE and emmigrated to Baltimore
Maryland USA before 1923. Margaret KELLY believed to be related to a Luke
KELLY in Co Roscommon. Townlands common to both MADDEN, KELLY,
FLYNN and DOYLE families in Ireland are Dunmurraghoe, Doonard Beg, Doonard
and Lawrencetown. All families were Roman Catholic. I have some of the children's
birth certificates but unable to locate proof of marriage of Thomas Snr and Margaret
and their parents etc and places of birth.), Marion, [email protected]
MADDEN - (Michael MADDEN b. Aug. 1793, perhaps in Longford - in USA by
1818.), Rufus Ansley, [email protected]
MADDEN - (James b. 1834, John b. 1823 & Mary b. 1840 to Daniel & Mary Ann
MADDEN, parents born between 1800-1810 in Galway. Siblings came to
Philadelphia, U.S. about 1849. James married Mary O'DONNELL 1857: c#1 Annie,
c#2 Daniel. James & Mary MADDEN may have come to Philadelphia with James &
Bridget O'BRIEN), Chris Madden, [email protected]
MADDEN - James MADDEN (Baptized Roman Catholic) B c1807 Eyrecourt Co
Galway son of John. From 1843 he owned a Grocer & Wine Merchant business in St
Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. He and Eliza LEBRETON were married in St Helier
1831. I would like to trace his parents as well as finding out how he came to be in St
Helier in the first place. Grateful for any advice or help.), Kathleen,
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MADDEN - (Daniel MADDEN, b- Co Galway, m-Ellen O'DONNELL-d Sussex
Parish, Kings Co, New Brunswick, Canada. William MADDEN, b- 1786, Co Galway,
m-Ellen DONLAN, d-Sussex Parish, Kings Co, New Brunswick, Canada. Patrick
Michael MADDEN, b Mar 17, 1829, Co Galway, m Ann McMANUS May 6, 1853, d
Sep 7, 1906, Hornick, Ia.), Robert Madden Lenneville, [email protected]
MADDEN - (I am trying to find the parents and/or siblings of my great great
grandfather Thomas MADDEN born c1832 in Eyrecourt, Galway. Thomas arrived in
Tasmania before 1857, which is where he married Ellen WREN in Longford,
Tasmania. Thomas died in Longford Tasmania 1900, his death certificate doesn't give
his parents names or much other information. A death obituary gives Eyrecourt as his
native place. Anyone who has MADDEN's in or around Eyrecourt, I would love to
hear from you.), Kate, Tiddly1[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to
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MADDEN – (I'm looking for info on Darby MADDEN and Catherine WILLIAMS of
Co. Galway. Last known residence before emigrating to the US was Ballinasloe.
Darby and Catharine married 12 Feb 1861. Sponsors were Thomas COLAHAN and
Bridget COLAHAN. First born was son James Patrick Madden was born Nov 1862
(baptized 16 Nov 1861). Sponsors were William MADDEN and Bridget MADDEN.),
Lynn Smilow, [email protected]
MADDEN – (Thomas MADDEN born c1880 in Caltra Co Galway (lived all his life
there) married Catherine they had 7 children : Bridget John Gerald Michael Nora &
Kathleen ( I don't know the other child's name but it was a girl). All the men
remained in Caltra area and the ladies all went to Dublin to live except my mother
Bridget who came to live in England. Michael was a farmer. Gerald was a farrier and
farmer. John ran the local garage & post office. Thomas MADDEN’s father was also
called Thomas.), Catherine Hatton, [email protected]
MADDEN, Elizabeth Anna (b.1806). Married to Ambrose Ulick BURKE (b. 1806).
Known children are Anna M. BURKE (b. 1843) and Dominic Ulic BURKE (b. 1846).
Elizabeth, Anna M. and Dominic immigrated to New York around 1865. Looking for
marriage records between Ambrose BURKE and Elizabeth Anna MADDEN. Looking
for birth/baptismal records for Dominic and Anna M. BURKE
Looking for death/burial records for Ambrose Ulick BURKE. Looking for emigration
records for Elizabeth, Anna M. and Dominic BURKE.),
[email protected]
MADDEN – (Sarah MADDEN born 1825 and emigrated 1862 with daughter Ann
(born 1855) and son Edward (born1857). John MADDEN (born 1822) emigrated in
1863.), Paul Madden, [email protected]
MADDEN - (William MADDEN (1785-1854) and Ellen DONLAN (1786-1888),
arrived from County Galway, in 1843, to the Portland Ward, in the Irish City of Saint
John, New Brunswick, in British North America. William's Family of three boys and
one daughter settled in Madden's Flats, King's County, it's a 100 miles east of Saint
John. William's sons were Daniel-1822, Patrick-1826, John (1832-1912) and Bridget
(1838-1912). In 1870 Madden's Flats became known Seeley Mills, and later it was
changed again to be named Waterford. Tim MADDEN arrived in 1835, and was one
of the first to settle in Madden's Flats. These Madden's had 400 acres, they ran a
Lumber Mill, and a Mink Farm. After William and Ellen passed, Daniel & Patrick left
for Iowa. John sold the Mill, and bought the Manning Farm in Smiths Creek in 1878.
His son bought the farm in 1928, and gave it to his brother Frank ,it still In the Family
today. Both John and his sister Bridget married into the GALLAGHER clan. Tim was
a cordwainer, he moved to North Western New Brunswick. The highest concentration
of Irish settlement was in South Western New Brunswick,greater than anywhere else
in North America.), P.MADDEN, [email protected]
MADDEN – (Looking for any information on a Tim MADDEN -born in County
Galway Ireland, landed in Portland Ward-in the Irish City of Saint John, New
Brunswick with a Wife in the year 1835, he was a Cordwainer, and helped settle
Madden's flats ,New Brunswick BNA with additional help from William MADDEN
who also settled in Madden's Flats in 1843,with his three son's Daniel 1822,Patrick 1826,and John-1832, and their only daughter ..Bridget 1836. Daniel & Mary Forsyte
& Patrick & Ann McMANUS & Duncan MacALISTER & Ann MADDEN left for
Iowa in 1870, from Madden's Flat's ,NB........looking for any information....they may
have settled in Hornick-Woodbury County, near Sioux City, Iowa, and in Johnson
City..plymouth county in Iowa.), [email protected]
MAGARITY, Galway, (William b: 1835 MAGARITY (spelling in USA)), Karen
Verhonich, [email protected], Florida, USA
MAGUIRE, Ahascragh, 1850s, Pat Wood, [email protected]
MAGUIRE - (Julia HOGAN (nee MAGUIRE) sailed from County Galway in 1867.
Her children are- John, James, Michael, Bridget, & Margaret James married Margaret
(nee BOYLE) there children are- William, Julia, Margaret, Catherine, Annie, Mary,
Patrick, Eileen, Irene & James. William married Elizabeth (nee Wilson) they had 2
sons, 1 being my grandfather. I would love any information on anything, especially
Julia.), Jennie Martin, [email protected]
MAHER, Ballymacward, Galway, (My grandmother Maryann MAHER (around
1895) married Myles COSGROVE of Crumlin, Galway. She was born in
Ballymacward, Galway Ireland and her siblings were Sabina, Tommy, Dennis &
Mary. She left Ireland and settled in Boston area then New York area.), Maureen,
[email protected]
MAHER – (Thaddeus (Theddeus) MAHER, born 1781 in Galway. Son Thomas born
in 1810 in Galway. Possibly moved to Tipperary. Son John B was born in Tipperary
in 1811.), Thomas F. Maher, [email protected]
MAHER, Ballymacward, Galway, (My Great-grandfather Patrick MAHER married
Ellen BURKE circa 1884. In the early 1900's they lived at Garrymore, Ballymacward
with their (10) children: John (1884), Patrick - my Grandfather (1886), Ulick (1888),
Thomas (1890), James (1892), Michael (1893), Denis (1894), Sabina (1896), Mary
Anne (1897), Martin (1899). John immigrated to US in 1915, Patrick and Thomas
together in 1910, Ulick in 1910, Sabina in 1914, and Mary Anne (with husband Myles
COSGROVE) in 1920. Patrick and Ulick married and settled in Watertown, MA.
Thomas married and settled in Manhattan. Sabina married Dennis FEENEY and
settled in Quincy, MA and Mary Anne Cosgrove settled in Brooklyn, New York. It is
believed that James remained in Ireland and Martin joined the English Army and died
in WWI - but don't know for sure. If anyone has any information about any member
of this family please contact me.), Nancy Maher, [email protected]
MAHON (Bridget MAHON, husband Fergus Glynn ), before 1870 Gort, Co. Galway,
[email protected]
MAHON, Kinvarra/Kinvara, 1800-Present, Bob Noble, [email protected], 166
Newark Pompton Turnpike Little Falls, NJ 07424
MAHON - (Michael MAHON, Looscaune, born November 1, 1865 son of John
MAHON and Bridget LEONARD. Looking for Michaels' siblings-Denis 1861, Mary
1867, Bridget 1869, John Joe 1875, Patrick 1879, Margaret 1880.), Carol Crowley,
[email protected], 9 Woodland Road Franklin, NJ 07416 USA
MAHON - (Annie Voilet MAHON, (Father - Thomas, Mother - Sarah) born County
Galway (possibly in the parish of Claregalway) c1860.), Russell Clover,
[email protected], 8 Island View Terrace, Waikanae Beach, Kapiti, New Zealand.
MAHON, Irish Town and Cloonderigan, near Garfrauns, 1860-1875, Bonnie
Franklin, [email protected]
MAHON - (Richard and Bridget MAHON. Children: Michael MAHON b. 1857 to
USA 1882. d. 1923 NM, USA. Bridget MAHON b.1838 to USA before 1860 d.1899
NM, USA. Sabina MAHON b.1848-1853 to USA 1867 d. 1915 NM, USA. Family
from County Galway, Ireland. Searching for relatives of this MAHON family. I am a
great grandson of Bridget.), Bernard S. Jackson, [email protected]
MAHON - 1820-1880's, around Grange / New Inn / Woodlawn / Bullaun, (Family of
Martin MAHON and Bridget DONNELLAN. Son, Patrick, was in RIC in early
1860s; married Mary Ann MURRAY of Kilrickle in Kensington, London in 1867;
family to Brooklyn, NY in 1870.), Pat Wood, [email protected]
MAHON – (Henry MAHON was an MD resident in Dolphin St. Grosvenor Sq.
London in 1819. I think he graduated in Dublin. He was originally from Co Galway.
He was married to Mary JERVIS who baptised her child Henry surname 'JERVIS' who came to New Zealand 1840. I am Henry's gggrandson.), Paddy Cleary,
[email protected]
MAHON – (James MAHON and wife Julia HOGAN with children Ann, Margaret,
Martin, Malachy and Timothy to name a few. Around the mid 1850s in Derrygoolin.
Interested in locating more information.), Barbara Horton, [email protected]
– Onwards. Wlliam MAILIFF appears in Griffith's Valuation, Parish - Tual, Location
- Cartonroe), Christine Coakley, [email protected], 67 Redhill Road,
Hitchin, Herts. SG5 2NT , United Kingdom
MALEY - (MALEY family of Steubenville, Ohio from Galway. John born 18151817 and wife Elizabeth born 1815-1820 - conflicting dates in census, etc. Children
born in Galway: James L. born 1838-1840 and Hannah b. 1843. Believe emigrated
from Galway about 1853. In Steubenville by 1856.), [email protected]
MALIA/MELIA/MEALY/MALLEY from townland of Keelkyle, Parish of
Ballynakill, married Austin WALSH/WELCH. Margaret had a sister named Honora.
Searching for the parents of Margaret and Honora.), Sally Gray, [email protected]
MALIA, MELIA, MALLEY, Galway and Spiddal, (Ann MALIA married James
COSTELLO. Daughter, Margaret A. COSTELLO b. May 27, 1866, in Galway. Her
sister, Bridget (Delia) COSTELLO b. Feb. 25, 1870 in Spiddal. Margaret came to
America in 1883 and settled in Portland, ME. Delia also came to America. Any
information would be appreciated.), Betsy Murphy, [email protected]
MALINE (MALIN?) - (Julia Joyce MALINE (MALIN?) born 1811 probably Ross
Parish, County Galway. Married William COYNE of that address. Emigrated to
England in 1850's and then to US in 1860's.), William O. Brahler, Jr.,
[email protected]
MALLEY, Letteragh townland, Parish, Rahoon, Co. Galway, >1800, Richard
Herbert, [email protected], PO Box 2961 Wellington New Zealand
MALLEY (Possibly MALIA) - (Looking for town of Gt. Grandfather born 1841; his
name was Matthew MALLEY or possibly MALIA.), Terry McEntyre,
[email protected]
MALLOY, 1800's to present.Barbara, from Carna, married to John Mulkern,one
known daughter, Delia (Bridget) MULKERN who went to the US in 1870's, Carla,
[email protected]
MALLOY - (Searching for Thomas MALLOY m. to Anne O'BRIEN about 1838 in
Clifden, County Galway. Roman Catholic, had 13 children. Emigrated to Dumbarton,
Scotland in mid 1800s.), Beverly Soholt, [email protected]
Malowney, [email protected], ,
P O Box 3047, Newport Beach, CA 92659
MALONE - (Patrick MALONE born. approx 1824 in Co. Galway, Roman Catholic,
parents' names were Patrick MALONE and Mary KENNEDY). Patrick migrated to
Australia sometime before 1855. I have most descendent information and would love
to hear from anyone related or with information about ancestors.), Claire Malone,
[email protected]
MALONE -(Looking for information on John MALONE born abt. 1806 Ballinasloe.
He married Catherine SMITH (SMYTH?) and they had 10 children. Not sure if only
one marriage. John served 21 years in British Army in India and five children born in
India and five were born in Polboy. Part of India service was with 31st Regiment of
Foot. John and Catherine returned to Ballinasloe abt.1846. Would like to know more
about these folks and what happened to their children. We know one, Ann MALONE
was born in Polboy, came to USA, married Thomas WALSH and became my
husband's grandmother. Happy to share information.), Susan Astle, [email protected]
MALONE - (Looking for information on Bridget MALONE, born Ireland 1844.
Married James RAFFERTY, born Ireland 1842. (I don't know if they married before
leaving Ireland or after in America). Emigrated to NYC. I don't know when but they
had daughters Mary, born 1868 NYC and Theresa, born 1873 NYC. Maybe other
children - not sure. Can someone help me?), Irene McCarthy, [email protected]
MALONEY - (John Joseph MALONEY from Galway born around 1871. Married
Catherine GIBBONS also Galway or Cork.), Barbara & Bruce,
[email protected]
MALONEY - (I am looking for the family of my grandmother, Margaret
MALONEY born in Ardagh, Galway, Ireland 10 Apr 1892. Her parents were Thomas
and Maria (LAWLESS) MALONEY. They had 10 children.), Marilyn Tyler,
[email protected]
MALONEY - (I am searching for information about my great-grandmother Eliza
MALONEY born about 1842 in Whitegate, Galway, now Clare.) ,
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MANION, Meelick, Cty Galway, 1820 - 1865, Robert Murphy,
[email protected]
MANION (or MANNION) - (Patrick MANION born in Lurgan, Galway to Martin
MANION c 1797, Catholic. Tried and convicted for swearing illegal oaths on
11/8/1831 (a Ribbonman) and sent to Australia on the Norfolk 3, 18/2/32. Wife Mary
BRODERICK b 1807 (who may have come from Killimor). Children (born in
Goulburn, Australia) were Thomas (1824), John (1826), Patrick (1829) and James
(1831). Any info on any other offspring of Martin MANION would be great as well
as any info on offspring of Martin's son Patrick (my great great great grandfather).),
Gerard, Canberra, [email protected]
MANION/MANNION - (Martin MANION/MANNION b. 15 Sept 1823 from
Galway Co. the son of Salley MANION. Martin was married to Anna CARR (b. 17
Apr 1823) in Galway before emigrating to the US. Martin also had a brother, John
MANION.), Nancy K. Murphy, [email protected]
MANNING or MANION - (I am looking for any information one might have
regarding a Patrick MANNING (MANION, et al) born in Caltra, County Galway in
the 1830's who married an Elizabeth McMAHON in the 1850's, and emigrated to
Canada (thence the US) before 1865.), John Hogan, [email protected]
MANNING, Ballanakill (Ballynakill?), Galway, about 1805-1841 (Place of birth said
to be Ballanakill (Ballynakill?), Galway, of John MANNING and his four children
Bridget, Martin, Mary and Patrick, landed in Melbourne, Australia, in October 1841.),
Leone Huntsman (nee Manning), [email protected]
MANNING, Galway, pre 1870,( My MANNING family immigrated before 1870 to
Boston, MA. Siblings, Johanna, Dennis, John, Ann and Jerimiah (married to Margaret
CRONIN). I am the descendant of Jeremiah. Trying to locate the place of origin ofthis
family.), Ginny Chung, [email protected],
MANNING, Connemara District Co. Galway, (Thomas MANNING b. abt 1841
married Mary LYONS. b. abt 1844-1845?, m. abt 1860-1864? from Connemara, Co.
Galway. Son Michael MANNING b. abt 1863... Galway, Ireland, and daughter
Bridget b. about 1864-1865 (Ireland?). Thomas & Mary came to the USA (New
Hamsphire) about 1864-1867. Thomas had two brothers who also came to the USA.
Mary & her sister Julia LYONS both came to USA, Julia b. abt 1850+- (Father's name
John LYONS...maybe John Eliot LYONS)), Dan King, dkng[NOSPAM]@ Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.
MANNING – (Searching for Peyton's parents and siblings from Ireland, Peyton
Walker MANNING (1826- 1911). Peyton was baptized in the Parish of Moylough,
Galway. Peyton joined the Army's 6th regiment in June 1846 as a 19-year-old
Private. In August of that same year he transferred to the 37th Regiment to be with an
elder brother. He served 3 1/2 years in Ceylon, today known as Sri Lanka. His
service record in WO97/1720 shows that he served in 6th and 37th Regiments and
later the Staff of the Army. Peyton was awarded the Army Long service and Good
conduct medal, before being discharged in 1864. He married Ellen DUFFY on July
13, 1856 at St John’s Bolton-Le-Moors, in Lancashire England. According to his
marriage certificate, his father’s name was Patrick MANNING. Sometime after their
son Albert Peyton MANNING was born in 1864 they immigrated to Providence,
Rhode Island and had another child, William Joseph MANNING. The family later
moved to Charlestown, MA. Peyton died in Revere MA and was buried with full
British Military honors in Mt Hope Cemetery in Mattapan, MA.), Bob Morris,
[email protected]
MANION – (Michael MANION, born 1851 in Galway (possibly Clifden). His father
was Patrick MANION born 1821c. Michael MANION appeared on the 1881 census
for Stockton-on-Tees England. It seems he, and his father, came here to work in the
steelworks. Michael MANION married Margaret GORDON in 1882 and they had one
daughter and eight sons. My grandfather was their son John MANNION. Not sure
when the name changed but, on Michael MANION's marriage certificate it has X the
mark of Michael MANION. He couldn't write so presumably the name of this family
can be spelled either way. I have hundreds of relatives, descended from Michael
MANION, around the UK, Canada and Australia, and probably further a field, but we
know virtually nothing of his life in Ireland. It seems impossible to find information
from Galway on this family. It is possible that other members of the family went to
Scotland from Ireland.), Catherine (Mannion) Payne, [email protected]
MANNION - (Andrew, and daughter Brigid), Dunmore, northern Co. Galway, 1865
and earlier, Catholic, Robert Fathman, [email protected], 5805 Tarton
Circle N. Dublin OH 43017 USA
MANNION, all - Claddagh, Clonberne (Mary MANNION from Claddagh, Clonberne
m. Tommy FEENEY (See FEENEY) from Ballyedmond, Clonberne.), Raymond
Feeney, [email protected]
MANNION, Kinvarra/Killiny/Ballindeereen, 1750 - 1890, Len Manning,
[email protected]
MANNION (Changed to MANION upon Employment in Cincinnatti Police
Department), Tuam, County Galway, Late 1800s to present, Maureen Manion Wieser,
[email protected]
MANNION - (Honora MANNION [Maiden name probably ROACH] b. 10 May
1827 Clifden, Galway County. Spouse: Michael O'NEILL b.1827 Tyrone. First child:
John F. O'NEILL b. 22 May 1850, Westport, County Mayo. Emigrated to U.S. about
1851 to Manchester, Ohio.), Charlene, [email protected]
MANNION, Meelick MANNION, 1880's, sue, [email protected]
MANNION, Irvilloughter, early 1800s on, (Patrick MANNION b. 1811, Irvilloughter
m. Peggy Grady b. 1809 Irvilloughter; children John 1832, Pat 1836, Malachy 1839,
Thomas 1843, Mary 1844; came to U.S. 1849.), Doreen A. Mannion,
[email protected]
MANNION, Townland of Brackloon, Ballyglunin, Tuam, Co. Galway, (Information
required on descendants of Patrick MANNION and Mary DISKIN. Catherine (Kitty)
born 1865, Bridget (Biddy) born 1867, Ellen born 1871, Sally born 1873 married John
Edward ROSE in St. Patrick's Church, Huddersfield, UK in 1910 and Margaret
married John DOLAN and lived in Brackloon, Ballyglunin.), Aideen Coughlan,
[email protected]
MANNION, Athenry, (John MANNION born c.1829 emigrated to Brisbane with
third wife and last four children. I have information on them. He had eleven children
in total. I am an offspring of his second wife, Margaret MOGAN who died in Ireland
and did not emigrate. John and Margaret's two children, Margaret and Michael
MANNION emigrated to Queensland. I would like to know what happened with John
MANNION 's first children. Their names were John born c.1855, Mary born c. 1856,
Katherine born c.1857, Thomas born c.1858 and Bridget born c. 1859. It is believed
all five children migrated to America - date unknown.), [email protected]
MANNION - (I have a Bridget MANNION born Galway Co. about 1816, married
Patrick GRENHAM (GRAHAM) about 1838. Their first three children, John,
Elizabeth and Maria were born in Galway Co and then they moved to England,
settling in Sheffield by 1851 where they had more family. Patrick was born
Roscommon Co.about 1812.), Aileen Furness, [email protected], Postal
address Box 162 PO Narrogin 6312 Western Australia, Australia.
MANNION - (Seeking parental and sibling information for Peter MANNION b. abt
1812 at ? d. after 1846 , most likely in Ballinacar, East Co. Galway. Married abt. 1832
to Ann HEAVY b. abt. 1816. A daughter Anne, born in Killian Parish Sept. 28, 1842
married Patrick W. CROWE (1842-1903) in Killian Parish on October 27, 1862.), Bill
Crowe, [email protected]
MANNION - (My great great grandparents Thomas KING and Ann MANNION (
both born circa 1834 ) are found living in the 12 bens area of Conemarra, at
Derrynauglaun and Glenhouhan between 1858 and 1873. During this time their 3 sons
and 1 daughter are born - Bridget ( 29/05/1870 ), Thomas ( my great grandfather 11/12/1858 ), Martin ( 12/10/1866 ), and John ( 18/02/1873 ). I next trace some of the
family to the UK in 1881 - with Thomas and Annie, with children John and Bridget at
Hebburn, Tyne and Wear, England. At the same time ( 1881 ), Thomas ( junior ) is
found in Clydebank, Scotland - boarding with his wife to be's family - the
McGONIGLES. I cannot locate where Martin is - maybe you can? Ann Mannion
King died in Hebburn in July 1882, aged 48. I have more information to share about
the family - but would be grateful to anyone who could give me details of Thomas
And Ann's marriage, and where their respective families come from. It is possible
Ann's family lived in the 2 locations mentioned at the beginning, but I don't know
where Thomas KING came from - is he an Errisbeg KING?), Stephen King,
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MANNION – (I am interested in information about Bridget MANNION, (b 1859),
who was married to Patrick CROWE (b 1847, d. 29 May 1882) of Briarfield,
Abbeyknockmoy, Co. Galway. Bridget had a sister Marie (b 1860). She had at least
two children, Sarah CROWE (B 12 Jan 1877) and Martin CROWE (b. 1876). She
emigrated to the US sometime in the late 1800s.), Thomas Burns,
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MANNION – (I believe my ancestors were from Caltra. My GG Grandparents were,
I believe and not a whole lot of hard evidence to prove it, Maria or Mary MANNION
and Patrick MITCHELL. I believe they started out in Galway City and had my great
grandmother, Elizabeth MITCHELL, born 1862 and baptised at St Nicholas
Combined N&E. Patrick describes himself later twice as a tailor. Perhaps, he learned
his trade in Galway City. Their children were: 1. 21st September 1862 Elizabeth St
Nicholas Combined N&E, (this is my great grandmother) witnesses Valentine
CONNELLY and Mary CONSIDINE; 2. 9th April 1866 female (Catherine?); 3. 17th
April 1868 Thomas Clonbrock; 4. 15 or 21 or 23 April 1872 Mary (Maria) (per
Patricio & Maria )RC Ahascragh and Killosolan, Galway, witnesses John
MITCHELL and Catherine MITCHELL. Died at birth; 5. 1st January 1874 Patrick
Clonbrock; 6. 25th March 1876 Charles Caltra/Clonbrock aka 28 March 1876
Caroline aka Carolus (per Patricio & Maria ) RC Ahascragh and Killosolan, Galway
witnesses John WARD and Cecilia MITCHELL and sponser/informant to the birth,
Kate MITCHELL; 7. 8th December 1877 Mary (first Mary died?) Caltra aka Maria
(per Patricio & Maria ) RC Ahascragh and Killosolan, Galway witnesses John
MITCHELL and Catherine MITCHELL and sponsor/informant to the birth, Mary
Elizabeth MITCHELL (Lizzy MITCHELL GUERIN?); 8. 15th March 1880 Joseph
Caltra died at birth. Of note, the following children were witnesses: Mary Elizabeth
MITCHELL (Lizzy) -approx. 15 yrs. - sponsored the baptism of her sister Mary
MITCHELL in 1877. Thomas MITCHELL, -approx. 16 yrs. - Lizzy’s brother,
sponsored the baptism of his niece, Mary Josephine GUERAN in 1884. Maria
MITCHELL, Lizzy’s mother, was the informant on Mary Josephine’s civil birth
registration. Both on 1872 Mary’s birth, and on 1876 Charles’ birth, Patricio names
“Tailor” as occupation. On Mary’s 1877, Patrick names “farmer” as his occupation.
Based on Irish tradition of naming children: The parents of Patricio or Patrick could
be Thomas and ? MITCHELL and the parents of Maria MANNION MITCHELL
could be Patrick and Elizabeth MANNION or MANNING.
This is the little bit of information I have as to what happened to these MITCHELLS,
MANNIONS, GUERINS: My Great grandmother, Elizabeth MITCHELL, married
Cornelius GUERIN, in the parish of Caltra, 21 Jul 1883, while living in MtBellows.
Cornelius Guerin was born in Duagh, Co Kerry, in 1859 (parents Mary HEFFERNAN
and James GUERIN). Cornelius was in the RIC from 1881 – 1889. I don’t believe
the RIC knew he was married. Cornelius and Elizabeth GUERIN had my
grandmother, Mary Josephine GUERIN, 14 may 1884 in the parish of Caltra. I don’t
believe the RIC knew about Mary Josephine. I don’t believe Mary Josephine lived
with Cornelilus and Elizabeth for long. She was sent to live in an orphanage in
Toronto City, Canada. I found Mary GUERIN and a Mary MITCHELL (Mary
Josephine’s aunt, Elizabeth’s sister?) in the 1890 Canadian census. Elizabeth and
Cornelius GUERIN immigrated to the U.S. in 1889, under the names Elizabeth and
Cornelius MITCHELL. Cornelius left before he was formally discharged from the
RIC. Their daughter, Mary Josephine GUERIN, immigrated in 1894 to the U.S.
escorted by Patrick and Mary MITCHELL. Once in the states, I don’t believe she
ever lived with Elizabeth (Lizzy) and Cornelius GUERIN.), Kate Mackie Ashton,
[email protected]
MANNION (MANNING) – (In the parishes of Kinvarra, Killiny & Ballindeereen,
1750 to 1900. Other related families in these areas or nearby were CONNOLY or
family members born around the 1830’s claimed to be directly related to Thomas
O’MANNION the son of Hugh O’MANNY, hereditary owner of the O’MAINNIN
Castle at Menlough in the parish of Killoscobie which was confiscated by the Crown
in the 1760’s.), Len Manning, [email protected]
MANNION/MANION m William MURPHY. Her mother was Mary CONCANNON,
Father-Thomas MANNION/MANION. Siblings-Delia, Mary, James?),
[email protected]
MANNION/MANION - (Information on this surname in areas of Kinvarra/
Ballindeerreen from 1850 -1950.), Anna St. George, [email protected]
MANNION/MANION – (I am looking for my ggrandfather's father in Ireland. John
Michael Manion came with his mother and sisters and brothers in 1855 and ended up
in Terre Haute Indiana. His mother's name was Catharine (Catherine) and she is
listed in a directory as widow of John so I assume his name was John. She was born
in 1825 and her maiden name might have been O'Brien. John senior either died
before they left or died on the way to Terre Haute. They could have landed in Canada
or been in Virginia.), Susan Lewis, VA[NOSPAM][email protected] Delete the
[NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.
MARLBOROUGH - (I am researching the surname MARLBOROUGH of Gorton's
Crossway, Galway, Ireland. Thomas George MARLBOROUGH b. 1825 in Ireland
settled in Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusets, USA circa 1840. He married
Anne KENNEY 1847 in Sutton. I am most interested in Patrick MARLBOROUGH b.
1875 in Ireland whom I believe may have been a nephew. He settled in Worcester,
Worcester County, MA. He married Jane CREAMER in Worcester MA circa 1897.
Patrick was the great grandfather of my husband.), Martha Story-Foisy,
[email protected] - (John MARLEY from Galway, born10 April,
1840. It is believed he came to the US sometime in the 1850s. He fought in the Civil
War in 1863. John married Jane LYNCH. They had 5 children, Joe b. abt. 1859,
Harry b. 1860, John Lynch b. 1868, Mary Mae b. 1875, and Anna b. 1872.), Julie
Johnson, [email protected]
MARREN (MARRAN OR MARNE) - (I am interested in hearing from distant
relatives or anyone else with knowledge of my maternal Great-Grandmother - Bridget
MARREN (MARRAN OR MARNE) - said to be from Doogra, Kilbannon, Co
Galway. I have limited information so far. She married Jack KELLY from
Treenfoughnane, Bohola, Co Mayo probably in early 1860s. Baptismal records
indicate that there were seven children born between September 1863 to September
1879. John MARREN - assumed to be Bridget's brother - was Godfather & Honor
MARREN was Godmother to the first born Thomas KELLY who was baptised at
Bohola church on 13th September 1863.), [email protected]
MARTIN, Tuam Co. Galway, 1770-1860, Catholic, Penny Gordon,
[email protected]
MARTIN - (I am searching for information on Patrick MARTIN born c. 1861
possibly in Oughterard area of Galway. He came to the US from Glasgow in the early
1880s marrying Delia LYNCH in 1888 in Pittsburgh.), Carol Harris,
[email protected], 1022 Homer Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
MARTIN - (Honora MARTIN, born 1822 in Galway, was the daughter of William
MARTIN. Some of her siblings were John (1813), William (1818), Patrick (1827),
and possibly Thomas. She married John Eagan in Galway and they immigrated, with
several of their children and her siblings, to the U. S., settling in southern Wisconsin.
John and Honora's children were: Catherine, Margaret, Johanna, Agnes, Ellen,
Patrick, Cecelia, John and another daughter.), Mary Alice Dooley,
[email protected], 477 S. Euclid Ave., #5, Pasadena, CA 91101.
MARTIN, Loughrea, 1800s. James MARTIN was an ironmonger and hardwareman
from Church Lane in Loughrea. He married Catherine KENNY and their known
children were as follows: Mary-Anne, Christened Loughrea 8th March 1849, Cecilia,
Christened Loughrea 8th July 1850, Catherine, Christened Loughrea 21st July 1851,
John, Christened Loughrea 25th November 1859. Mary-Anne, my g-grandmother,
arrived in Australia about 1864, with or without parents and siblings - can find no
trace of her arrival.) , Margaret Taylor, margtayl[NOSPAM] Delete
the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.
MARTIN - (Peter and Margaret MARTIN (Maiden name GALLAGHER), Catholic.
Peter MARTIN was born approx. 1786, Galway, Margaret born approx. 1800,
Galway. Both immigrated to USA, Pennsylvania approx. 1827. Precise area of
County Galway unknown.), Thomas Bernard Mathews, [email protected],
Pennsylvania, USA
MARTIN - (Peter MARTIN, Galway, Ireland, Born early 1700's. Received many
land and fishing grants in the 1749 founding of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Retired then
from regiment of foot. (29th possibly as they were employed in the actual clearing
and settling of Halifax in 1749). Died 1788.), Alannah Ryane, [email protected],
Toronto, Ontario
MARTIN - (My grandfather, Francis Patrick MARTIN, born in Clifden Co. Mayo -date unknown but estimated between 1828-1838 and emigrated to Manchester
England -date unknown--The surname also could have been GILMARTIN --Have
tried numerous sources for leads as to his parent's names and other family data with
no results.), Patricia Martin Kalvar, [email protected]
MARTIN, Woodford, Co. Galway, (Patrick MARTIN, Farmer, Margaret
MULREEDY daughter b. 1845.), Rønæ Pursey, [email protected]
MARTIN - (Patt MARTIN lived in Killimorbologue or Kilquain/Fahy parish circa
1830-1868 Married Catherine Woods (possibly 2nd marriage). Three Children: 1)
Michael MARTIN born abt 1862 Killimor or Ardragraigue, 2) Delia MARTIN born
Dec 22,1865 Ardragraigue,parish of Kilquain, 3) John MARTIN born abt 1867. All
immigrated to the US about 1880-1884 and settled in Troy NY. Their mother
remarried.), Kevin Martin Pemrick, [email protected]
MARTIN - (I am searching for any information on Peter MARTIN, farmer, of
Oranmore, married Mary CLEESBY, probably 1820s. One of their offspring, Peter
John MARTIN b. 1829, emigrated to Victoria Australia 1852 or 1855, settling in
Melbourne. Became successful brewer, m. Mary WHEELER in Kyneton, Victoria,
1859.), Phillipa, [email protected]
MARTIN - (Bridget MARTIN, Tynagh Galway 1800+), Jan Cox,
[email protected]
MARTIN - (Michael MARTIN, b. 1818, possibly in Rooaun, Clonfert parish, East
Galway, Farmer. Married Mary BOLAND, from Terryglass, Co Tipperary. Emigrated
to Christchurch, New Zealand in 1860s. Michael d. 1895, Mary d. 1890.), Patrick
Martin, [email protected]
MARTIN - (John MARTIN immigrant to Canada in mid 1800,s. Looking for
information of this person and or any other members of his family in Ireland or
elsewhere. He was born about 1832 in or near Galway. He moved from County
Galway in about 1850. We believe a younger sister accompanied him, and he settled
in Huron County, Ontario Province in about 1853 or 54, as his first son Jonathan was
born there in January of 1855. It seems he was single when he left and may have
married (possibly in Quebec), on the way to a Julie BOUCHE. It seems that the ship
he came on may have come to the Port of New York, from Limerick. We think the
younger sister's name may have been Mary. We are also trying to seek the name and
location of his parents and his place of birth.), Barbara Jane Martin Nies and Glenn G.
Reynolds, [email protected] or [email protected]
MARTIN - James MARTIN and Bridget CALLAHAN (married about 1834
Kiltullagh, Galway). Children: Richard (1836), Henry (1838), William(1840),
Margaret (1841), Edward (1843), Veronica (1845) born in Loughrea, Galway.
Edward, Margaret, Veronica immigrate to U.S. about 1863. Lived in Jersey City, NJ.
Gay Castle), [email protected]
MARTIN – (I am looking for information on Andrew MARTIN, born in Galway in
or around 1815, moved to Northumberland and died in or around 1878. He was
married to Ellen - in 1845 and his children included Andrew MARTIN.),
[email protected]
MARTIN – (I am looking for Bridget Martin TAAFFE. She had a brother named
Daniel MARTIN. She married Thomas TAAFFE, and they had a daughter named
Ann TAAFFE. They came to the United States somewhere between 1850-1865. I
think they settled in Kings County, NY. Their daughter Ann TAAFFE settled in
Keyport, NJ.), Patty, [email protected]
MARTINS (MARTYNS) - (Michael MARTINS (MARTYNS) and his wife Bridget
FEENEY had the following children: Anne, James, John, Kate, Bridget, Moira,
Norah, Walter. Michael was the son of James MARTIN whose wife was Margaret?
His brothers and sisters were Nellie, James, Katherine, Grace and John. My
grandmother Bridget MARTIN was born in 1880.), Mary Anne Anderson,
[email protected], 232 Biltmore DR Colonial Heights, VA 23834, USA
MASON - Ahascragh Galway, 1820-1875, Paul McHugh, [email protected],
Paul McHugh 5 Neale Avenue Cherrybrook NSW 2126 Australia
MATHEWS, Galway West - Tuam, Clifden, Roundstone, Kilcooney, Roundstone,
1820-1873, Alice Mathews, [email protected]
MATTHEWS - (Seeking information about Bridget MATTHEWS, who was born in
Galway (area unknown) some time between 1826 and 1834. Her father was Ross
MATTHEWS. By 1856, Bridget was living in Liverpool, England, where she married
George RAWLINSON and later William DICK.), Stephen Booth,
[email protected]
MATHEWS/MATTHEWS, Roundstone, Clifden, Tuam 1840s-, Alice Mathews,
[email protected]
MATHEWS (MATTHEWS) - (Area of Galway unknown, all Catholic, Bernard,
Peter, John: all brothers, born between 1826 and 1831. All immigrated to USA
(Pennsylvania) between 1847 and 1849. Peter immigrated first. Bernard and John may
have come over together.), Thomas Bernard Mathews, [email protected],
Pennsylvania, USA
MAXWELL - (Long Henry MAXWELL.), Roz Benson,
[email protected]
MAYES - (Joseph MAYES m Rebecca LYDON circa 1830. Son, Joseph Ladd, born
Headford Galway 20 Jan 1833, migrated to USA, m Mariann PIQUET, Manhattan
NY Dec 1855.), Allen Mayes, [email protected]
MAYES - (Joseph Ladd MAYES born 20th December 1833 in Headford Galway. He
was my paternal great great grandfather. I am trying to research his life and have so
far been reasonably lucky but I am at a stalemate concerning his migration to America
from Ireland in or around 1855. I know that once in New York he married one
Marriann PIQUET and they had at least one child there (Charles) but I am trying to
find out when exactly he left Ireland, on what vessel and what his motivations were
for doing so. Also I am trying to establish a photographic record of both him and his
family but so far have had little success. I do have one photograph that being his
service portrait taken during his career in the Victorian mounted police force.), Dean
Mayes, [email protected] A website has been set up for the
descendants of Joseph Ladd Mayes:
McBRIDE - See also MacBRIDE
McBRIDE - (John McBRIDE and/or his wife Maria LINSKEY. We believe John
MCBRIDE was from Ballynakill near Clifden.), [email protected]
McCABE - (Bridget McCABE was born about 1868. Her father was named Patrick.
Bridget married Patrick McGRATH in 1883 and they raised their family in the city.
She died 1926 and is buried with a daughter Annie and her husband at Rahoon Rd
cemetery. ), Eric Halpin, [email protected]
McCABE – (My Great Grandmother's maiden name was Bridget McCABE. She
might have born in Co. Galway, but I know she lived in Headford, Co. Galway after
her marriage. She was born around 1848 and was an orphan who lived with relatives.
Family lore says she had at least one brother and one sister, one (both?) of whom
possibly emigrated to Australia. Bridget married Martin MUNROE and lived in
Headford, Co. Galway, where their first three children were born. Between 1875 and
1879, the family emigrated, in stages, to the U. S. and settled in Wilmington,
Delaware, where five more children were eventually born; one of these children was
my maternal Grandmother. I know almost nothing about Bridget McCABE but she is
said to have been related to a Catholic Bishop.), Sheila Swierczewski,
[email protected]
McCALMAN - (After information on Dr Laurence Smith McCALMAN. Died
approx 1852. Lived Athenry, County Galway, Ireland. Listed with Royal College of
Surgeons.), Gay Cowie, [email protected], 6 Wakefield Dr, Tauranga
McCARRON - (Mary Ann McCARRON, b. 1803, married Neil McCASHEN in
(Galway) Ireland before 1823. Left Ireland for Canada, settling in York County, New
Brunswick, 1833. Roman Catholic. Children: Ann, b. 1823 (Ireland), Thomas, b. 1826
(Ireland), Sarah, b. 1835 (New Brunswick), Daniel, b. 1837 (NB), John, b. 1839 (NB),
Mary Anne, b. 1841 (NB), Patrick, b. 1844 (NB).), William Romanski,
[email protected]
McCARTHY - (Dennis McCarthy brother of 13. Jerry, John, Patrick, William,
Edward, Teddy, Nora, Eugene, Mary, Helen and three more. Patrick is believed to
have been an infant death.), Delight McCarthy, [email protected]
McCARTY - (Lawrence McCARTY and family County Galway, Toomard 1850 and
before), Cheryl Classick, [email protected]
McCARTY - (Edward McCARTY born 1826 Athenry, Galway. Emigrated 1848.
Parents James McCARTY and Catherine KING.), Maureen McCarty-Linnebur,
[email protected]
McCARTY - Looking for information on Lawrence McCARTY of Toomard, Galway
and his wife Bridget RAFTERY of Rushetown. She was the daughter of Patrick
RAFTERY and Mary Margaret CARROLL. Many of Lawrence's children were born
in the 1860's and 1870's and came to the city Indianapolis, Indiana. Lawrence
McCARTY was a weaver and never left Ireland, He is believed to have a sister
Catherine who came to the United States.), [email protected]
McCARTY – (Looking for a connection / verification of my ggg grandparents James
McCARTY born c. 1797 and Bridget McCARTY (nee CUMMINGS) born c.1805.
They ended up in Sheffield, Mass, USA, but came to the US from County Galway
according to my gg James McCARTY's obituary, which I have attached a copy.
Bridget and James had 7 children : Bridget, Ellen, James, Patrick, John, Martin, and
Katherine. The family emigrated to US about 1852 to 1854. I have no entry port in the
US, but they did all end up in Western Massachusetts, here in the US. Hoping to make
a connection to where they came from in Ireland.), Joe McCarty,
[email protected]
McCASHEN/McCASSION/McCASHIN - (Neil McCASHEN, b. 1793, married
Mary Ann McCARRON, in (Galway) Ireland before 1823. Left Ireland for Canada,
settling in York County, New Brunswick, 1833. Roman Catholic. Children: Ann, b.
1823 (Ireland), Thomas, b. 1826 (Ireland), Sarah, b. 1835 (New Brunswick), Daniel,
b. 1837 (NB), John, b. 1839 (NB), Mary Anne, b. 1841 (NB), Patrick, b. 1844 (NB).),
William Romanski, [email protected]
McCLARE, Galway and Clare, Early 1800's, (I am interested in tracing my family
back to Ireland. I am trying to find details of John McCLARE and Mary MADDEN. I
believe they came from Galway or Clare. They married and emigrated to Australia,
arriving in 1855. John is the son of Patrick McCLARE and Judith LARKIN and was
born about 1830. Mary is the daughter of John MADDEN and Ann KELLY. The
spelling of McCLARE keeps varying.), Lindsay Brown, [email protected]
McCUSKER - (William McCUSKER, my great-great-uncle, was born in Lissavalley
in 1865.Margaret NESBITT, my grandmother's cousin, was born in Moor Park, in the
district of Turloughmore, in 1888.), Joy Dean, [email protected]
McCORMACK/McCORMICK, Townland Derreen, parish Taghboy, district
Killeroran/Killian, poor law union Mount Bellew; pre1840's to 1900's, (Peter and
Mary Keane McCORMACK from Derreen in East Galway, near Ballyforan and the
Roscommon border had the following children between 1845 and 1864: Thomas,
Daniel*, Michael, Catherine, Mary, Peter J.*, Anne and John. There may be others.
On the 1745 census (Elphin diocese) Daniel and Patric McCORMAC are listed. I
suspect that Daniel is my ancestor. The daughters of this family married: MITCHELL
and GACQUIN, son Thomas married Catherine CONNOLLY 1867. Looking for
parents/siblings for the parents of this family as well as additional children. Any and
all info is of interest to me. *Daniel and Peter to Boston 1869 and 1880 respectively.),
Janice, [email protected], Boston vicinity
Mary ROBINSON (nee STUART) 4-10-1871. William & Mary eloped from Northern
Ireland. William born 1846 & Mary 1843. He was a Coachman for Lord Clonbrock.
Would like to find out where they married and lived before 1887. They had 7 children
we know of from 1873-1888. Would like to know where Mary was born. Her Father
was a farmer William and her Mother Mary STUART.), Kathleen Flynn,
[email protected]
McCORMICK - (Hugh McCORMICK (B)abt 1836 in Lackayl, (M) Bridgit
DEMPSEY (? 2nd Wife) abt 1865-67. First six children were born in Turoughmore.
Children's names were Patrick (B) 1865, (? child of first wife) John (B) 1867; Michael
(B)1869; William (B) 1870; Thomas (B)1872, and Mary Ann (B) 1878. Had settled in
Flint North Wales by 1881 and had a further Five children, Helena Jane (B)1881;
Hugh (B)1883; Maria Anna (B) 1884; Peter (B) 1886 and Bridget (B) 1888. Mary
Ann and Bridget, both died as children.), Moira Lloyd,
[email protected] [This e-mail address is out of date - please
advise updated details]
McCORMICK - (Michael McCORMICK, born in Tuam, Galway 1838. Parents John
McCORMICK (1817 Galway-1849 Manchester UK) and Nora HIGGINS (1813-1845
Ireland). Brothers: James and Patrick. Married Mary O'BRIEN at St Mary's Derby.
Died in Leicester 30 Nov 1911.), Mandy Melbourne,
[email protected]
McCORMICK – (Thaddeus McCORMICK born about 1800 in County Galway and
married Ellen LAWLESS of Lawler. They had six children born in Galway: Patrick
(1823), John (about 1826), Timothy or Thaddeus Jr. (about 1830), Peter, Mary (about
1839) and Michael (about 1844). He left Ireland about 1846. The rest of the family
arrived in Philadelphia 14th July 1847.), Jean, [email protected]
McCORMICK (CORMICAN), Townland: Abbey, Parish: Woodford (RC), 18101846 -> Warrington Eng. ->1854 -> NYC - 6th Ward (1877), Brian F. [email protected]
McCOY - (Patrick McCOY was born abt 1847 in Shrule, Co.Galway.He married
Mary WALSH from Headford on September 18, 1875 in the Chapel of Oughterard,
Co. Galway. They had at least 1 son , Edward (or Edmund) born May 3, 1878. Patrick
died on October 10,1907 and was burried in Rahoon Cemetery, (near Salthill). Mary
and her son Edward moved to Boston, MA in 1908. also buried in the plot were:Kate
McCOY Sept.28,1897, Mary McCOY June 22,1901, Pat McCOY Oct.4,1907,
Michael LEE Feb.10,1952, Patrick WALSH June 15,1899, Mary Kate FLAHERTY
Nov.2,1932 3 months old, Michael McDONAGH May 22,1933, Nora McDONAGH
March 3,1951, Thomas McDONAGH Sept.4,1963), Shrule, Headford, Oughterard,
Rahoon Cemetery,County Galway, 1800 to 1908, Brian Reynolds,
[email protected], 319 Sprague St. Dedham, MA 02026 U.S.A.
McCOY - (Owen McCOY Born 1817 Galway. Son of Alexander. To U.S. 1848 Settled in Milford, Mass. Children's names were Alexander, James, Ellen, Mary Ann,
Hannahand Dennis.), R. Elia, [email protected]
McCULLAGH, Ballinasloe ,1938 onwards, Michael Cullagh, Mountpleasant,
Ballinasloe Co Galway., [email protected],, Location Map:
(Type Ballinasloe & Ireland)
McCUE - See also McHUGH
McCUE - (I am researching my family tree, I have traced back to 1853. My
gr/grandfather was Thomas McCUE married to Jane SLOAN. Thomas and Jane were
married in Greenock, Scotland. He was born In Donegal 1853, his father was Francis
McCUE a farmer in Donegal married to Ellen McFADYEN, I have been stuck, as I
don't know what area they came from. Can anyone help?), Cathy, [email protected]
McCUE – (my great great grand father was Thomas McCUE married to Jane
SLOAN? he came from Donegal Ireland they married in Greenock.), Catherine Mc
Cue Boes, [email protected]
McCUNE - See also McKEOWN
McDEAN - (William McDEAN born Galway, was 39 in 1859 as shown on Birth
Certificate for a son born at Port Macquarie, NSW. Occupation was farmer. We have
determined that a large number of the same name reside in the USA. Searches of
manifests in Sydney do not disclose any date of arrival or even the appearance of the
surname. Principally we are trying to determine the origins of the name we have and
the detail we have to go on is rather slim.), Kevin McDean,
[email protected], PO Box 34 Albany Creek Qld 4035
McDERMITT - (Thomas Edward COSTELLO- I'm looking for Information on my
gggg grandfather. Thomas Edward COSTELLO was born around 1827 in Dunmore.
He married Honora McDERMIT. She was born around 1831 in Ireland, I do not know
the township or county. I do not have any information on them immigrating and
believe they died in Ireland. One of their sons's was also named Thomas Edward
COSTELLO born 3-17-1853 in Dunmore. According to his obituary, he immigrated
to the US at the age of 17, which would be 1869 through New York and settled in
Iowa. He married Margaret COONEY, daughter of Michael COONEY b.1813 and
Margaret Tierney b.1824 both of Tipperary Cty Ireland.),
[email protected]
McDERMOTT - (Catherine McDERMOTT d/o Hugh & Catherine. born 4th Feb.
1815 Ballinas? Lach Glaway. Came to Australia on ship "William Turner" on 5th Oct.
1841 with cousin John McDERMOTT & his wife, Mary. John from Glenamadden
Galway. He provided protective custody for Mary CONNOR, Eleanor MAHON as
well as Catherine McDERMOTT.), Pam Ward, [email protected], PO Box 53
Calliope 4680 Queensland AUSTRALIA
McDERMOTT - (Looking for information on Sarah Teresa McDERMOTT, born
Galway in April, 1863. This is my great-grandmother. The family went to America in
1863 and settled in California. Sarah married James Thomas BURNS in San
Francisco, Ca. I need information on her parents' names, and siblings' names (if there
were any), and the birthplaces.), Cameron D. McDermott La Follette,
[email protected]
McDERMOTT, Fortyacres , Co. Galway (Parish of Williamstown? /
Glennamaddy?), 1840's - 1880's, (Researching my G-grandfather & family:Thomas
McDERMOTT b. 1854 (Jan.1st?); Emigrated to USA/New York with brother James
circa 1869 (believe James returned to Galway sometime later); both believed to be
sons of Michael McDERMOTT b. ??? and Mary Catherine MULLOY (MOLLOY) b.
??? ; believed siblings: Mary, Patrick, Michael, Elenora. Seeking as much information
as possible about all of the family.), Daniel J. Levins, [email protected],
McDERMOTT - (Edward McDERMOTT M. Margaret EARNER M Unknown,
Their daughter Mary Josephine McDERMOTT b. 27 March, 1891 Merchants Road,
Galway, Ire, M. Patrick CAMPBELL b. 27 February, 1883, on 22 October, 1910 in
St. Patrick`s Church, Galway, Ire.), Bill Shanks, [email protected]
McDERMOTT - (Patrick Francis McDERMOTT emigrated to Australia in
approximately 1888, and is believed to have been accompanied by his brother.
According to his death certificate, he was born in approximately 1869 in Derry Galan,
Galway. He was a labourer. Any information about him, his relatives or the location
his certificate gives would be more than welcome.), Jane McDermott ,
janemcdermott55[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
McDERMOTT – (Michael McDERMOTT b. ? at ? (possibly Co. Roscommon) m.
Mary Mulloy at ? d. ? at Fortyacres/Williamstown, Co. Galway. Mary MULLOY
(MALLOY/MOLLOY): b. ? at ? m. Michael McDERMOTT at ? d. ? at
.Fortyacres/Williamstown, Co. Galway. Known children to these parents: 1. Thomas
McDERMOTT b. Abt. 1853 at Fortyacres/Williamstown, Co. Galway (actual
D.O.B.unknown & precise address unknown); Baptized R. C. 30 Jan 1853 in
Williamstown/ Glennmaddy Parish - Godfather: John TANIN - Godmother: Mary
REILLY. Immigrated to New York City, U.S.A.. Abt. 1873/4. 2. Patrick
McDERMOTT: b. Abt. 1848 at Fortyacres/Williamstown, Co. Galway (actual D.O.B.
& precise address unknown); Baptised R.C. 7 Apr 1848 in Williamstown/
Glennmaddy Parish - Godfather: Thomas JOYCE - Godmother: Mary REILLY. 3.
Michael McDERMOTT b. Abt 1850 at Fortyacres/Williamstown, Co. Galway (actual
D.O.B. & precise address unknown); Baptised R.C. 4 Aug 1850 in
Williamstown/Glennmaddy Parish - Godfather: Morgan O'BRIEN - Godmother:
Margaret QUINN. 4. Ellenora McDERMOTT: b. Abt 1855 at Fortyacres/
Williamstown, Co. Galway (actual D.O.B. & precise address unknown); Baptised 15
Jul 1855 in Williamstown/Glennmaddy Parish - Godfather: Michael CONEELY Godmother: Ellenora MULLOY.), Daniel John Patrick ("Danny") Levins,
[email protected],
McDONAGH - (Martin McDONAGH married Mary FINN 19 Feb 1860 in
Oranmore. The McDONAGH's were from Creganna. Any leads?), Jack Keating,
[email protected]
McDONAGH, Aran Inishmore, Kilronan area, Sue, [email protected]
McDONAGH - (Michael McDONAGH died May 22,1933 and was buried at Rahoon
cemetery, County Galway. I believe he may be a connected to my family. Can anyone
help? Nora McDONAGH d:March 3,1951 and Thomas McDONAGH
d:Sept.4,1963.are also buried there.), Rahoon Cemetery,Galway 1930 to present,
Brian Reynolds, work: [email protected], home: [email protected], 319 Sprague
St.Dedham, MA 02026 U.S.A.
McDONAGH - (My father Michael McDONAGH was born in Tuam, County
Galway in the year 1900. His father's name was John. His mother's name was
Catherine FLEMING. My father's brothers were Thomas, Edward and Martin. His
sisters were Bridget, Nora and Julia. My father's father was Edward McDONAGH
(Trienbane) and his grandmother was Cathline KELLY from Clunashin. HIs maternal
grandparents were Thomas FLEMIN and ? GODFREY), Bob McDonagh, Idaho
USA, [email protected]
McDONAGH - (I'm still researching my grandfather Patrick McDONAGH, who
married Mary FOLAN around 1875. He survived in Galway until the 1940-50's,
having served for a time in the Connaght Rangers. I have now learned that Mary
Folan's father was named Bartholomew and lived in Rusheenatava, east of Galway.Of
their seven children, The oldest Patrick, (He and his wife lived in Salt Hill) died in the
1980's, Michael (he worked for Customs), Martin (he lived in London and worked at
the Admiralty), Mary Mary was born in the coastal town of Carna, County Galway,
and immigrated to Boston, Mass, on the ship Ivernia, arriving in Boston, US in 1904),
married Michael Ferris and they lived at 47 Dorchester St, S. Boston. Sarah (my
mother, who lived in England), Coley (He was MIA in WWII), Kerrins (he may still
be alive in hospital or old folk's home in Galway). Penelope A. Deutsch,
[email protected]
McDONAGH - (Bernard (Brian) KING and Mary McDONAGH. Children all born
Turlough Co. Galway are: Patrick April 3, 1846, Brian October 18, 1847, Mary
August 21, 1849, Catherine October 31, 1851 Elizabeth April 29, 1854.),
[email protected]
McDONAGH - (Martin E. FORDE 1876-1923, a racetrack worker from
Abbey/Duniry, East Galway was the son of Thomas FORDE and Mary SHEEHY. He
sailed to Boston (possibly via Ellis Island in NY) in 1896. His wife, Jane
McDONAGH 1877-1941 was born to Patrick McDONAGH and Mary MADDEN,
and would join him with their little son and my granduncle (and their only child born
in Ireland) Martin F. FORDE between 1897 and 1904. They settled in the BrightonAllston area of Boston where they dropped the final "e" from their names.), Edward
Wood, [email protected]
McDONAGH - (I am trying to find family connections on my fathers side. He came
from Pollywerrin Lettermore Connemara, Co Galway. His parent's names were
Thomas & Margaret McDONAGH. Margaret was FOLAN before she married. They
were born in the early 1900s and their children's names were; Michael, Joe, Paddy,
James, Martin, Mary and possibly more brothers & sisters. They moved from
Lettermore around the 30s and lived in Bohermore, Galway.), Patricia McDonagh
Glynn, [email protected]
McDONAGH – (McDONAGHs Of Oughterard / Aughrus More / Claddaghduff /
Omny Island in Galway. I'm looking for help & any info on the McDONAGH side of
our family who lived in the above towns or regions. My g/grandfathers name was
Stephen McDONAGH (1870-1951) he was born I believe, in Oughterard and his first
wife (Ann or Margaret WHELAN) died soon after the birth of their only child
Stephen McDONAGH (1903-1944) my grandfather, on my mothers side. Stephen
McDONAGH Senior did re-marry in abt 1908 to lady called Annie COOHILL (18781952). They may also have lived in Scotland for some time before returning home to
Aughrus Moor, Galway. They had several children together, only one surviving son is
alive to day (2011) Joseph McDONAGH who is in his 90's - I had the pleasure of
meeting him on a resent trip to the Clifden area of Connemara. I would be grateful for
any information as I am unable to locate any of the McDONAGHs Irish family
records in great detail.), Steve Smith, [email protected]
Lehanaghmore married Barbara LEE of Lehanaghmore in the year 1889, according to
marriage records of the Dioc. of Tuam, Roundstone Parish. Their children were Anna,
Mary, Sara, Mary, Bridget, Margaret, Barbara, Norah, Michael & Thomas. Michael
was born in Cashel and was a Tailor by profession in the town of Roundstone.),
Lillian McKimmey, [email protected]
Tyrone/Dromacoo/kilcolgan/Balinderreen/Carrowmoreknock, [email protected]
McDONAGH/McDONOUGH - (I am looking for any family connections to my
great grandfather (Mathew?) Michael McDONAGH/McDONOUGH born in
Ardrahan near the town of Gort in Galway between 1845 - 1847. Left Ireland when he
joined the Royal Artillery in 1867 at Liverpool in England. It is believed that he had a
brother Francis, and his father was Mathew McDONAGH/McDONOUGH a Farrier
in Ardrahan. There might be some connection to Lynn in Massachusetts, USA as
Michael stated that was his intended place of residence upon leaving the Royal
Artillery in 1873. However, one year later he re-enlisted at Athlone, Ireland. He later
married Sarah WORKMAN in Dover, England and they had 6 children: Laura
Elizabeth (married name DAVIES lived in Yorkshire); Mary Amelia (married name
CHAPLIN); Gertrude Anne (my grandmother who married Henry McMILLAN);
Patrick William (moved to North of England); Henry James (died in WW1); John
Joseph (Doctor who emigrated to Canada)), Nick Carr, [email protected]
McDONNEL - (Catherine, married John MURRY. Two know children: John
baptised 1844 and Mary baptised 1847 in Galway.), Mary Rogers,
[email protected]
McDONNELL - (Lived in Kilmalinogue Parish at the time of the 1842 Tithe
Applotment in the Townlands of Corr and Gurtray. My ancestor was Martin
McDONNELL who married Anne MORAN in Killimore-Tyrenascragh Parish on
Feb. 18, 1843. The witnesses were Lawrence McDONNELL and Mary MADDEN.
The Tithe Applotment also shows a Patt McDONNELL and a Widow McDonnell in
Corr. Martin and Anne's only son Michael was born Dec. 22, 1844. I believe they are
related to one of two McDONNELL Families that had remnants at Gurtray and
Portumna until after 1900. McDONNELL's are in Kilmalinogue as early as 1659
andare listed there in the Book of Survey and Distribution. By 1847 Martin had gone
to New York and Michael joined his father in 1853, when he was 9. The Tithe
Applotment Record gives Redmond DOLPHIN, Esq as landlord for all CORR. Does
anyone know the whereabouts of those estate records for about 1820-1853?), Donna
Hogle, [email protected]
McDONNELL - (Seeking information on Portumna area cemeteries for various
spellings of the surname McDONNELL. They lived in the areas around Corr,
Gurtray, and Fairfield. The graveyard at Kilmalinogue has some McDONNELL
headstones. Does anyone know if this graveyard has been transcribed from the burial
records?), Bill McDonnell, [email protected]
McDONNELL – (Looking for information about Anthony James McDONNELL,
born in Headford, Galway, about 1775. He joined the 32nd Dragoons (don't know
where or when) and by 1796 had attained the rank of Sergeant. On 1st November
1796 Anthony transferred to the 14th Light Dragoons with the rank of Sergeant and
until September 1798 served in Captain Brown's Company. From September 1798
until April 199 he served in Captain Butler's Company and following that with
Captain's Nolan's Company until June 1802. From July 1802 he served with Captain
PEARSE's Company and on 25th June 1804 was promoted to Sergeant Major. In
September 1804 he transferred to Captain PIGOT's Company and was promoted to
Quartermaster on 1st September 1804. He married Mary Ann KIRKHAM in Saint
Clement, Norwich, Norfolk, England on 14th May 1799 and together they had four
children, Joseph Farragh, (b 1802), Mary Ann (b 1803), Anthony (b1807) and Martha
(b1810). I would be grateful for any information about Anthony's parents and
family.), Paul Robinson, [email protected]
McDONNELL/McDONALD/MacDONALD - (Looking for Patrick and wife Mary
BRODERICK. Patrick listed on 1881 British Census as McDONNELL; although
family in American has used McDONALD/MacDONALD. Locations known:
Lynaugh, Galway, Ireland and Portumna No. 1, Galway, Ireland. Descendants know
them to be from Tuam area.), Nanci E Pollard, [email protected]
McDONOUGH - (My grandfather was James McDONOUGH born in Galway
county about 1892. I believe his family were tinkers. He married Annie GRAHAM
and moved to Manchester. His father was John McDONOUGH and mother was
Katherine (Kate). He had a brother, also named John, who I believe had four boys and
three girls. Them or their descendants must still be in the Galway area - does anyone
recognise these people?), Angela Heeley, [email protected]
McDONOUGH, for Killanin, Moycullen parish, County Galway, Annie Gegan,
[email protected]
Galway married Bridgett SULLIVAN. Nine children all born Galway. Arrived
Sydney Australia 14 December 1839.), Sandra Tregenza, [email protected],
PO Box 932, Geelong, Victoria, Australia 3220.
McDONOUGH (McDONAGH), Galway, island of Inishbofin (Grandfather was
Martin McDONAGH, his father was Thomas 1850-1880. Martin came to USA Pa. in
1880 his father stayed on Inishbofin.), Bob McDonough, [email protected]
married Ann HEALY, born 1829. Both were born in Ireland, location unknown.
Immigrated to USA, date and location unknown, but later found in Ohio with a child
Mary born in 1856/57. Small town had other head of household names of Martin &
Mark McDONOUGH with similar age to Charles and believe related but can't
confirm. Children of 3 families shared similar names.), Bill McDonough,
[email protected]
McDONOUGH-McDONAGH - (I am researching my husband's family. His great
grandfather's name was Redmond b. 1865 in the Lettermore district, Galway, Ireland.
He immigrated to the States somewhere around 1881-1885. Married Hannah
McDONOUGH-McDONAGH b. 1870 either Mass. or Penn.They had 8 children. I
believe his parents were William and Mary McDONAGH. Does anyone know where
the Lettermore District is? Or anything that might help with my search?), Kathy
McDonough, [email protected]
McDONOUGH, Clifton Co Galway, 1845-1921, Deborah McDonough Lyn,
[email protected], 649 Branch #2 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
McDONOUGH - (Patrick McDONOUGH born1832 married Brigid JOYCE later
married Mary McDONOUGH- Most of family came to US-1880s.), Kimberly
Blumberg, [email protected]
McDONOUGH - (Michael McDONOUGH b.1843, son of Michael McDONOUGH
and Winnifred KING. Came to USA in about 1870? Looking for siblings? what area
in Ireland ? Michael settled in Boston,Ma. and m. Catherine O'MALLEY in 1871.),
[email protected]
McDONOUGH, [email protected]
McDONOUGH, Callah Gholaim, Lettermullen, Galway, 1800-1900, (Looking for
information on the family of Larry-Mikel-Nedda McDONOUGH and his relations.),
Kenneth Bayliss, [email protected]
McDONOUGH- (Joseph McDONOUGH, born 1847 Roundstone, married Bridget
MEENEGHAN 1st marriage believed to be in Galway, migrated to New York State
in/about 1870. Died in 1917, Cooperstown, NY.) Children by Bridget MEENEGHAN
McDONOUGH were Anne, Mary Margaret and Elizabeth. 2nd marriage in NYS to
Delia KING McDONOUGH, children were Michael, Ellen, Cecelia, Joseph, Agnes,
Frances. Can anyone help in seeking information on the parents/siblings of Joseph
and/or Bridget Meeneghan? I have additional information on all when in the
Cooperstown/Springfield area of NYS.), Holly Berberich, [email protected]
McDONOUGH, Spiddall, County Galway, 1887-1907, (My grandmother Mary
McDONOUGH (b. 16 MAR 1887 - d. 29 DEC 1959) was born in Spiddall, County
Galway Ireland. She was the daughter of James McDONOUGH and Julia
CONNOLLY. Unverified immigration year of 1907. Married Coleman VAUGHAN
in Chicago, IL on 16 APR 1913.), Edward Vaughan, [email protected], 5059 Head
Court, Fairfax, VA 22032
McDONOUGH, Galway, Ireland, (Redmond McDONOUGH b. Galway 1864,
immigrated to U.S. Boston, Ma. 1885), Kathy McDonough, [email protected], 3804 W.
El Paso Street; Broken Arrow, Ok. 74012 USA
McDONOUGH - (I am searching for any information on my ggrandfather, Patrick
McDONOUGH and ggrandmother Mary BURKE of Co. Galway. Patrick was born in
1833 (we think Mar. 17th) and Mary Burke was born May 9, 1845. Their children
were Patrick b. 1865, Michael b. 1866, John b. 1872, Bridgit b. 1874, Ellen Mary b.
Oct. 31, 1876, Miles b. 1878, Norah b. 1882. There were also daughters Mary and
Margaret. The family emigrated to Canada sometime between 1883 and 1890. Some
family oral history indicates Patrick was a shoemaker in Connemara. Mary left a
brother, Patrick in Ireland.), ROMAN533[email protected]
McDONOUGH - (Grandmother Veronica Constence BARRY. Grandfather-William
McDONOUGH. Father-William Barry McDONOUGH. Family came to the U.S. to
Comberland, Maryland, the year unknown. Left to go to San Francisco around 1900.
My father was born in San Fran. 1910 and I was born in Santa Barbara, Ca. February
2nd, 1951.), Terry Ann McDonough. [email protected]
McDONOUGH - (Anne KEENAN/KENAN/CANNON came from the Inishbofin
and settled (for a time) in Ballinrobe where she met James HENECHAN
HENNIGAN. This family later went to Scotland-Perth-Clackmannshire-PeebleshirePittsburgh, Pa. They supposedly had Sullivan relatives in Ballinrobe. I know that
James and Ann KEENAN HENECHAN had several children, the oldest being born
around 1854 in Perth, Scotland. Here is where the McDONOUGH name fits in. The
above Ann KEENAN/CANNON had a sister, name unknown, who married a
McDONOUGH and had a son named John. John's father died before he was born in
1858 in Alloa, Clackmnnanshire, Scotland. (Ann KEENAN and James HENECHAN
were also living here during this time). I think that John was probably their only child.
In the 1881 Census in Peebles, Scotland, John is listed as living with the
HENACHAN's. I did not find anything about John's mother. I would love to find out
the name of John McDONOUGH's parents since it would help me to go back another
generation. With his mother being from Inishbofin and married to a McDONOUGH
there might be a connections with your family. Does anyone have a McDONOUGH
married a KEENAN/CANNON? John later settled in Pittsburgh. He was a witness for
the wedding of my great grand parents Anne HENECHAN/HENNIGAN and Thomas
HARKINS.), Cindy H. Lowe, [email protected], 7212 Highway 190 West, Port
Allen, Louisiana 70767 United States of America
McDONUGH, Co Galway 1832, (Sylvaster (Vasty) McDONUGH born 1832 married
Helen CAREY of Co Clare came to Canada about 1850 then to Beaver Island
Michigan USA had sister Mary (Big Mary) father’s was name Lawrence), Ken
Robbins, [email protected], 1189 N Tamiami Trl # N1 N Ft Myers FL 33903
McDOUGALL - (On a relatives death certificate it showed the entry as being
madeby her son whose address was given as:- John McDOUGALL, Ayme Square,
Galway dated 2/11/1870 The family lived in Perth, Scotland and as far as we know
this is the only Irish connection we have. Mother Isabella McDOUGALL (Nee
SCOBIE) father John McDOUGALL Interested in any entry in Census regarding age
birth place and anything else available.), Ian A. McDougall, North Berwick, Scotland,
[email protected]
McELHANNAN. The McELHANNON came from Ireland. I do not know when or
where. The McELHANNON in the US are thousands, all from one man, John
McELHANNON. I have found this name spelled 75 different ways, all the same. I am
a John McELHANNON from Jackson County Georgia, from Ireland. I am looking for
his parents.), Joyce Clark, [email protected]
McGANN, Clonberne, Co. Galway, (Mike McGANN - Farmer from mahanagh m.
Mary WILSON January 1886. They had 8 Children: Bridget, Eddie d. aged 3, Nellie,
Patty, Maggie, Michael, Maura and John d. aged 6 wks.), Raymond Feeney,
[email protected]
McGANN - (Co. Galway, Anna Agnes McGANN, b. February 14, 1858, parents
Thomas McGANN and Nancy (Annie?) McGRATH), Joan and John Bliss,
[email protected]
McGANN - (John McGANN m. Bridget FLANNAGAN. Children: John, Margaret
maybe 2or 3 more. Balinasloe/Loughrea area 1800-1850), Shirley Williams,
[email protected]
McGANN, [email protected]
McGANN - (My Great grandfather and his wife came from Ireland about 1855-1858.
His name is Michael McGANN (his father is Patrick J. McGANN) Her name is
Margaret (Her parents were Luke and Sarah WALSH) They came to America and
settled in Pennsylvania. I'm interested in trying to find where in Galway the
McGANN Family may have lived.), Paul McGann, [email protected]
McGANN - (John McGANN emigrated to U.S. in 1860's from County Galway.
Married Monica KANE daughter of Lawrance KANE and Bridget CUMMINGS. I am
looking for any information concerning birthplace, other family, or anything else
available.), Martin McGann, [email protected]
McGARRY - (My great great grandparents were Catherine McGARRY (b. c1822) &
Bernard FOY (b. c1811), both born in Galway. By June 1842, they were married and
living in Bolton, England, later Manchester. I'm trying to find their marriage
(c1840/2), birth details and parents, etc.), Alan Foy, [email protected]
McGAULEY - (Patrick Joseph McGAULEY from Frogheda. Married Ella
ROBINSON from Belfast migrated to Australia.about1966-7.), Sharyn,
[email protected]
McGAWLEY, C 1847 onwards, Anne O'Connell, Kerry Surname Page:
McGEE - (Margaret McGEE who married Patrick KIERNAN), James Gavin
Consiglio, [email protected]
McGEE/MAGEE/MACGEE/McGHEE, Dunmore, 1700-1800, Claire Williams,
McGIBBONY - (William McGIBBONY, Wife Mary FINLAY 1750 1810), Mary
Gibney, [email protected], 21 Blythe Hill St Pauls Cray Orpingtpn Kent R52RP
McGIBNEY - (William McGIBNEY, Wife Mary FINLAY 1750 1810), Mary
Gibney, [email protected], 21 Blythe Hill St Pauls Cray Orpingtpn Kent R52RP
McGING, Shanafarahan, All, (I am researching the McGING families and while
mainly in Mayo, there were a few who were in Galway. If you are researching the
name McGING, McGINN or some other derivative in Mayo or Galway, my website
may be useful. And I'd like to compare notes.), John McGing, [email protected],, 5121 Rondel PL Columbia MD 21044-1320 USA
McGINN (YING) - (My father was Patrick COSTELLO (See COSTELLO) from
Ballynahoun[?], a few miles outside of Galway. His mother was Ellen COSTELLO.
Her name in Irish was YING or McGINN in English. My mother came from
Loughenbeg [?] near Galway. Somehow when her older siblings came to America,
they adopted the family name of KING. She married Martin Edward COSTELLO
(See COSTELLO). I would be interested in any info on either my mother or father's
family if available.), Martin Costello, [email protected]
McGIVERIN - (John McGIVERIN m Mary KEHOE 1870>1880 approx. Daughter,
Mary b Ballinasloe 1861, emigrated to New Zealand in 1875.),
[email protected]
McGLINN or McGLYNN - (I am looking for my great great grandmother Margaret
McGLINN or McGLYNN born 1865/66 to father Mathew a Gardener. She married
Alfred Richard HUTCHINGS in Bridport, Dorset on 30 June 1889.),
[email protected]
McGLYNN, (Seeking information on Michael (b 1824) and Catherine (b 1826)
McGLYNN, emigrated to New York City in 1849 with sons Thomas, Philip, and
John.), [email protected]
McGOUGH - (Michael McGOUGH b 1812 and Patrick McGOUGH his son were
both sent to Western Australia 1850.s as convicts.), Margaret Herring,
[email protected], Esperance Western Australia
McGOWAN - (Patrick McGOWAN was born August 14, 1821. According to his
obituary he was from County Galway. He lived in the city of Wooster in Wayne
County, OH where he was listed in the 1850 census as an unmarried laborer. He
married later Mary ROBERTS. Any information on possible ancestors would be
greatly appreciated.), Victor Smole, [email protected]
McGRATH, - (Patrick McGRATH was born about 1864 in Claregalway (10 mls NE
of Galway city). His father was also named Patrick. In 1883 he married Bridget
McCABE and they raised their family in the city. Patrick died 1910 and is buried at
Rahoon Rd cemetery.), Eric Halpin, [email protected]
McGRATH - (Co. Galway, Annie (Nancy?), born c. 1837, parents John McGRATH
and Mary LARKIN), Joan and John Bliss, [email protected]
McGRATH - (Martin McGrath, b. 1833 in Dunmore County Galway; married Mary
LYONS in 1858 in Dunmore and three daughters - Bridget, Margaret and Kate - were
born prior to their emigration to U.S. (Cincinnati, OH) circa 1870. Maggie, Thomas
and Jane born 1872-1878 in Cincinnati.), Tom Murray, [email protected]
McGRATH - (John McGRATH b 1828 - married Mary RAGAN b 1841. Children
Susan b 1859, Norah b 1863, Michael b 1865, John b 1867, Bridget b 1869, James b
1871 - all born in Ireland, Luke b 1875, Cornelius b 27/5/1876 born in Gorton
Manchester. Cornelius is my Great-grandfather. Does anyone know what date and
why they moved to Manchester.), Carol Leigh,
[email protected]
McGRATH - (Patrick McGRATH married Mary (known as Molly) LYNCH in the
Clifden area of Connemara around 1900. Their children were: Andrew, Joe, Delia
(stayed in Clifden), Patrick, Mary Ellen, Martin (to USA through NYC), Bartley (to
England). Looking for all relatives of these persons in America, Europe, Australia.),
Phillip Thompson, [email protected]
McGRATH - (I am tracing relatives who left Co. Galway during the Potato Famine.
John McGRATH born approx 1798, married a Jane (surname unknown), had children
Mary, Patrick and John. Were in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England by 1851. Patrick
married a Catherine.), Jane McGrath, [email protected]
McGRATH – (I hope you can help me. I descended from Joseph JORDAN b
6/26/1820 and Sarah McGRATH born about 1825 both from Galway Ireland. I am not
sure what year they came to the United States but they settled in the New York,
Pennsylvania area. I would like to know who their parents were.), Anne Harpen,
[email protected]
McGRATH/MAGRATH/MACGRATH, 1700-1800, Claire Williams,
McGREAL, Inishark, 19th & 20th centuries, Eileen Prince, [email protected]
McGREAL, Tuam and Portumna area. Martin McHUGH was born in Tuam in 1864.
His parents were Patrick McHUGH and Judy MONAGHAN. Martin had several
sisters, including Mary (married a BURKE) and Catherine (married Thomas
MISKELL). Martin left Tuam for Chicago, Illinois, USA in the early 1880's. In 1887,
in Chicago, Martin married Delia MITCHELL who was born in Tuam. Delia's parents
were Patrick MITCHELL and Bridget Delia GOREY. Delia had brothers Joe (married
Marie ?), Tom (married Katie?), John, and Larry (married Mae KILBEG). Delia's
sisters were Anne (married Michael McGREAL), Mary (married Peter
NAUGHTON), and 4 sisters who were nuns, Margaret (Sr. Bertrani), Ellie (Sr.
Matelda), Katie (Sr. Lucille), and Julie (Sr. Gertrude). Martin and Delia has 5
children- Frank, Walter, George, Blanche, and Ethyl.), Mark McHugh,
[email protected]
McGREAL - (My Grandfather Michael McGREAL was born in 1866 in a small area
outside Westport, County Mayo and later came to the USA settling in Chicago. There
were 10 children in all. John, Mary, Michael, Thomas, Richard, James, Patrick,
Catherine (Katy), Austin, and Dominic, most of who came to the USA. The
information that I need concerns my Great Grandfather Thomas and Great
Grandmother Ellen Heraty McGREAL who lived in the area outside Westport called
Prospect. It is up the hill from GAUGHAN`s Garage. I can't seem to find any
information regarding their burial place or any other records other than they both
passed away in 1921. I am not sure that they were still living there at the time of their
deaths.), Joe McGreal, [email protected]
McGUIRE - (I am searching for the ancestors of Patrick McGUIRE, Landowner,
(there were at least four Pat McGUIRE's in that area) my paternal grandfather, born
@ 1850, in Glenamaddy, Galway. He married Honor DOWD of Ballyhard,
Glenamaddy, and they settled in Moher, Glenamaddy, where they raised six children:
Margaret (who died as infant), Peter, Paddy, Julia, Mary and James (My father born
1900.) Also related to MITCHELLs, HOLLERANs, MARTINs, DIFFLEYs),
Adrienne M. Hiddleson, [email protected], 210 Westchester Ave., Crestwood,
NY 10707.
McGUIRE, (MAGUIRE or McQUIRE) - (Ellen McGUIRE married Daniel
SULLIVAN and emigrated to US and settled in Warwick NJ.), Hilary,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (Michael McHUGH, father of Sally (Sarah) m. to John CURRAN,
approx 1853, of Ballycasey, Headford. Some of the Children, Patrick b 1856, Dennis
F. b. 1874, Michael, Margaret, and more), Sue, [email protected]
McHUGH - (Patrick McHUGH son of Michael & Mary, b. 17 March 1856 in Ireland.
Left Ireland in 1881, perhaps with his cousin James (son of John McHUGH & Mary
McGINNIS, settled in Providence, RI. Looking for place of birth, believed to be
somewhere in Galway Co.), M.McHugh, [email protected]
McHUGH - (Bernard McHUGH emigrated to Baltimore Maryland in 1868 with his
two daughters, Catherine McHUGH born June 1, 1852 and Mary Ellen McHUGH
born June1, 1851. His wife is undetermined.), Mark Zepp,
[email protected],
McHUGH - (Saragh McHUGH , born approx. 1833, died 1925 in Ballycasy
(Headford) Galway. Married John CURRAN in 1852 and Mary, John Henry, Michael
P., Michael, Saragh, Mathias, Margaret, Dennis Francis, Mathias. Children baptismal
records found in Caherlistrane. Looking for CURRAN'S and McHUGH'S. The first
Mathias died at 3 years. Margaret became Sr. SIMEON. Dennis Francis CURRAN b.
1874 was my g-father.), Barbara Heaton, [email protected]
McHUGH - (Martin, Patrick, John, Michael), Kilconly, Tuam, 1880's, Sandra
McHugh/ Mullen, [email protected]
McHUGH - (James Dennis McHUGH B. 7 July 1856 to Michael and Margaret.
Tuam diocese, Co. Galway. Migrated 1877 to US.), L. McHugh,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (Michael Patrick, born to Michael and Margaret, 14 January 1859, Taum
diocese. Migrated to US. 1880. Brother of James Dennis.), L. McHugh,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (I wish to trace details of my father: Cyril Henry Patrick McHUGH born
about 1921, Barnaderg (?), Tuam), Patrick M McHugh, [email protected]
McHUGH, Oughterard, 1830-1880, (Patrick and Rose McHUGH, children Patrick
Joseph, Simon, Catherine, Mary. Moved to Lancashire England. Also Michael
McHUGH), Robert Dodgson, [email protected]
McHUGH - (I am trying to find the birth of William McHUGH about 1868-70 to
Thomas Joseph McHUGH and Ellen EVESHAM. He married an Agnes PICKERING
on 21 March 1896 in Hunslet, Yorkshire, England. They had two children Herbert b
1900 and Nellie b about 1897. All migrated to Australia in early 1900's. Paul
McHugh, [email protected] 5 Neale Avenue Cherrybrook NSW 2126 Australia
McHUGH, Tuam and Portumna area. Martin McHUGH was born in Tuam in 1864.
His parents were Patrick McHUGH and Judy MONAGHAN. Martin had several
sisters, including Mary (married a BURKE) and Catherine (married Thomas
MISKELL). Martin left Tuam for Chicago, Illinois, USA in the early 1880's. In 1887,
in Chicago, Martin married Delia MITCHELL who was born in Tuam. Delia's parents
were Patrick MITCHELL and Bridget Delia GOREY. Delia had brothers Joe (married
Marie ?), Tom (married Katie?), John, and Larry (married Mae KILBEG). Delia's
sisters were Anne (married Michael McGREAL), Mary (married Peter
NAUGHTON), and 4 sisters who were nuns, Margaret (Sr. Bertrani), Ellie (Sr.
Matelda), Katie (Sr. Lucille), and Julie (Sr. Gertrude). Martin and Delia has 5
children- Frank, Walter, George, Blanche, and Ethyl.), Mark McHugh,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (Looking for any information on John McHUGH b.1843. Father Thomas
McHUGH, mother Katherine? Married in Cincinnati, Ohio to Mary Katherine
McGLONE on 6/24/1868. Don't have any information on date John arrived in US.),
Moe, [email protected]
McHUGH - (I am looking for information on my grandfather John W. McHUGH
from Tuam, Co. Galway Born about 1898 Catholic Came to America around 19151917. Settled in Brooklyn New York married Margaret MULLEN also from Tuam.
Not sure if he married in Ireland.), Mary Turtle, [email protected]
McHUGH - (Patrick McHUGH, b.abt.1820, Ireland , d. abt.1887 Pittston ,
Pennsylvania , USA . Possibly sailed from Galway to Baltimore on the Brig John
Begg in 1849. Married Mary WALSH from Mayo in America.), Joe McHugh,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (Peter McHUGH born about 1840, married to Mary (surname unknown),
3 children Peter, Patrick and John. Peter married Mary GLYNN. They lived In
Belclare where they had approx. 12 children, Julia, my grandmother was born 1898,
immigrated to Boston ma. 1915 married Dennis CROWLEY.), Cheryl Dynan,
[email protected]
McHUGH - (John McHUGH /M'CUE rented land in Ballyconneely and Aillebrack in
1855 (Griffith's Valuation). Edward lived nearby. Cecily, dau of Matthew McHUGH
and Margaret DUANE, was baptised in Ballyconneely in 1842. She married Michael
CONNELL/O'CONNELL in Clifden in 1860. They had seven children, sixth of
whom was my grandfather. Descendants in English Black Country and Pittsburgh
USA. Any links appreciated.), [email protected]
McHUGH – (I am searching for ancestors who left Ireland in the late 1870's: Thomas
Joseph CURRAN (b. about 1847, m. about 1874) who came to America in 1878,
arriving October 22 of that year. His wife, Catherine/Katherine cCHUGH, (b. about
1854) followed in 1880 with their daughter Bridget (b. about 1875/1876). I know
nothing more about them. According to Bridget's marriage license in Iowa, she was
born in "Croughbey, Ireland"...which I cannot find in that spelling, and am not sure
how it might be spelled.), Lisa Zimmerman, birthwarrior[NOSPAM]
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McHUGH/McCUE - (Mary McHUGH/McCUE, married John
SULLIVAN/O'SULLIVAN pre 1830 and lived in the Clifden area. Their son Michael
was born c1830, and came to Australia around 1850, marrying Elizabeth McGRORY
in 1855. Trying to find details of the McHUGH family from 1800 to 1850.),
Mrs.Brenda Koster, [email protected], 17 Penson Street, Stretton. Qld. 4116
McHUGO - (Thomas McHUGO came to USA from Galway County around 1850),
[email protected]
McHUGO, S.E. Galway, Parishes of Duniry, Woodford, Ballinakill, Pre 1870.),
[email protected],
McHUGO – (John McHUGO emigrated from Galway to Vermont, USA in the mid to
late 1840's.
Edward McHUGO emigrated from Galway to USA in 1851. Parish: Ballynakill;
Townland: Dooras; Barony: Ballynahinch; Poor-Law: Clifden.), , Tom Emery,
[email protected],
McILLREE – (Interested in any information on (1) John Brice BLAKE, son of Sir
John BLAKE and Rose BRICE (Sir John's second wife). Captain John Brice Blake of
the 47th (or Lancashire) Regiment of Foot married (2) Frances McILLREE (the
widow KENNEDY) on 1 July 1840 in St George's Parish, Dublin. The BLAKEs lived
in Galway. John Brice BLAKE apparently gave up his Army life to manage some of
his father's estates in the Drumsuav area. It is understood these BLAKEs lived at
Doon Cottage, once a hunting lodge. (Listed on the Landed Estates, Galway website).
Frances may have run a school there in the 1840s. The BLAKEs may have also built a
school nearby with church assistance. John Brice BLAKE may have died c. 1860 or
1861. No information on him much in online BLAKE family records. Frances
BLAKE died 23 January 1871. (3) Margaret McILLREE (nee QUIGLY), Frances
BLAKE's mother, died on 7 January 1846 in the Oughterard area and is buried in the
St Nicholas Church of Ireland, Churchyard, Galway.), Jane Morrison:
[email protected]
McINERNEY - Rainey McINERNEY (Stepfather McGRATH) married Mary
BOULGER daughter of John BOULGER and Rose CAREY. In America 8 children, 4
grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, 12 great great grandchildren, 1 great great
great grandchild all McINERNEYs. We have a family association and welcome any
help in tracing our Irish family from the departure to America.), Anton Christopher
McInerney, [email protected]
McINTYRE – (Sally McINTYRE left Spiddal Co. Galway in the 60's I think had a
son called Kevin last known address Conneticut. Sisters Mary, Brothers John and
George.), Georgina Lockhart, [email protected]
McKENNA/KENNA - (Patrick KENNA and wife Catherine (nee) COX circa 1770 1830 Located Ballylaghnane, Ogonnelloe, Co. Clare and their children who remained
in CLA and those who emigrated CLA >AUS 1841), Bryan Kenna, Lake Macquarie,
NSW. Australia., [email protected]
McKEON - (Patrick McKEON, Galway, b; 1828.m; Margaret. born 1828 Dublin.
Living in Liverpool 1881. Children: John 1853, Mary 1856 and Peter.), Doreen
Waldon, [email protected]
McKEOWN - See also McCUNE
McKEOWN/McCUNE - East Galway, Townland: Kinclare in the town of Caltra,
outside Ballinisloe, Civil Parish: Killosolan, Barony: Tiaquin or Tisquin, Poor Law
Union: Mountbellew, Roman Catholic Parish: Ahascragh & Caltra, Diocese: Elphin
townland of Kinclare, , 1860-1870 , (My family line is McCUNE formerly
McKEOWN. Patrick McKEOWN and Eleanor ELWARD/ELWOOD ( which is the
anglicised name of AYLWARD). Their children and grandchildren were: Patrick m
Honora WADE -- Immigrants, Bridget 1845, Michael: stayed in Ireland where he
married Mary REILLY/RIELLY on February 3, 1891. (Michael & Mary had two
children that did not marry: Michael John was born on May 25, 1894. He was
baptised on June 7, 1894. His godparents were William and Margaret CARR. Bridget
was born on January 14, 1892 and baptised on February 1, 1892. Her godfather was
Michael MULRYAN and her godmother was Honora CONKEVREY.), Anna Theresa
(1854 - 11 Jan 1936) emigrated to Phila and married Denis CRONIN of Kanturk,
Cork. (Anna & Denis had four children: John, Denis, Mary and Michael.), Margaret:
1859 emigrated to Phila married a man named CLINTON; several children; moved to
Boston.) Jane Curci, [email protected], 946 Carrick Bend Circle, Unit 102 Naples
FL 34110
McKIER, Patrick McKIER, Beagh, Kilconly, 1893, Kevin Keeley,
[email protected] , 6 Amanda Drive, Louth, Lincolnshire, England LN11 0AZ
McLAUGHLIN - (Thomas, son of William and Mary McLAUGHLIN born in
Cloonkeen, Kilkerrin, Galway in 1839. Married Ellen BURKE also of Galway. Lived
in NY, IL, CA and Washington State.), Pat Connor Coogan,
[email protected], Rockville, MD
McLAUGHLIN - (Lawrence & Mary (KELLY) McLAUGHLIN about 1770 to
1850's. Griffiths Valuation states Parish of Killian, T/Garranisker or Moylough,
Mullaghmore East. Their children were Lawrence b. 1823, Michael b. 1836 & Bridget
b. 1837. These children settled in Berkshire County around Lee, Massachusetts in the
early 1850's. Lawrence married Margaret DUFFY, daughter of H. DUFFY and
Margaret. Bridget married Thomas CONRAD who was also from Galway. Thomas
Conrad was the son of John and Bridget CONRAD.), Juliet McGowan,
[email protected]
McLAUGHLIN - (Bridget McLAUGHLIN 1839-1920, parents Thomas
McLAUGHLIN/Mary MITCHELL of Galway, Ireland, sister Mary McLAUGHLIN.
Arrived: 1860 MA USA married Andrew HAFFERTY (also of Galway, Ireland).
Children: Thomas HAFFERTY 1864?, Mary HAFFERTY 1866?, Andrew
HAFFERTY 1879, Delia HAFFERTY 1872 (my great great grandmother) John J
HAFFERTY 1876, William HAFFERTY 1879?), Pamela Hall, [email protected]
McLAUGHLIN -(Michael McLAUGHLIN b 1879?, m Kate JOYCE 1901, father
Michael McLAUGHLIN (Mickie RUA?) I am looking for information on Michael
McLAUGHLIN (McLOUGHLIN). He married Kate JOYCE in 1901 and had one
child Michael McLAUGHLIN. He was killed in an accident around 1903-04 either
unloading a ship at Killary Harbour or was drowned. His father was also Michael
McLAUGHLIN (Michael RUA) and had some connection to Lord Leitrim's estate
maybe as a gardener. His sister emigrated to North America or Canada. They lived in
Glenagevelagh up to1904. Does anyone have any information on the family?),
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McLAUGHLIN – (I am searching for my great grandfather, John (Jack was his
nickname) McLAUGHLIN’s birth certificate. He came from Galway and immigrated
to South Africa in his late twenties. It seems that he did not register in South Africa. I
believe the oldest church do keep the old record in Galway (where he came from). I
have found a cemetery book in South Africa that states he died at the age of 63 years
which is dated 2nd September 1939 implying a date of birth of about 1876. I have
contacted the Home Affairs and they don’t have any record. They advised me to find
out from the oldest church that keeps records in Ireland. I only need his birth
certificate or his ID passport. In his twenties emigrated was maybe in 1896. ), Jeanette
McLaughlin, [email protected]
McLAUGHTON - (Mary McLAUGHTON of Galway, Ireland circa 1864. Had 5
daughters all of whom left and settled in the West Virginia area: Mary, Margaret,
Nora, Delia and Anna.), Rev. Peter A Foley, [email protected], 910 Chestnut
Avenue, Northern Cambria, PA 15714
Martin born Galway about 1814 with father William MARTIN and Mother Mary
McLELLAND(McCLELLAND). William the father was a Customs House Officer
according to Johns marriage certificate William was dead by 1842 when John married
Margaret NEISH in all Saints Church New Castle on Tyne England. John was a
mainer later became inspector of river police. Arrived in Australia in the mid 1850s to
Victoria.), Kath Martin, [email protected]
McLOUGHLIN (Mary Ann McLOUGHLIN, b. 1848, Galway),
[email protected]
McLOUGHLIN - (Looking for family of Michael McLOUGHLIN born July 1868 to
Michael McLOUGHLIN and Catherine (nee KELLY) McLOUGHLIN in
Glenamaddy. Other siblings include Honora born Dec 1865 and Catherine born
March 1874. Michael emigrated to New York. I believe that Michael McLOUGHLIN
(Senior) had a brother Thady who married Honora DOWD and a brother Thomas who
married Mary SHAUGNESSY. All remained in Glenamaddy.), Diahann McLoughlin,
[email protected]
McMAHON - (I'm trying to find any info of a Mrs. John M"MAHOn as it is written
in the obit that I have, it states: Death of Mrs. John M'MAHON, Bally-calla. The
above widely-esteemed lady passed quietly away at her residence on Friday evening,
after a protracted illness, at the mature age of 78 years. Her many good qualities had
endeared her to large numbers throughout the neighbourhood. She belonged to the
proud lineage of the few of her name, who could trace her decent from the renowned
Marshal M'MAHON. The funeral took place on to the family burial ground, in
Kimilevy, and was largely attended. I'm trying to find out her first name, who John
McMAHON was and where the family burial plot is. This woman & her husband are
my great great grandparents and I want to find out as much as possible because I want
to come there to research more but time will be limited, if you can help at all I would
greatly appreciate it.), Mags McMahon Kavanaugh, [email protected]
McMEANS, 1800-present, Apryl McMennamy, [email protected]
McMENNAMY/McMENAMY/McMINAMY, 1800-present, Apryl McMennamy,
[email protected]
McMULLEN - (Margaret McMULLEN, born 8 Sep 1829, in County Galway,
married Daniel MONAGHAN, born about 1816. They had one known son, Daniel
(1853). The couple, along with Margaret's brother Michael (1822) emigrated to the
United States and settled in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, perhaps earlier than
1849, for Michael died there in that year. Looking for birthplace and parents of
Margaret and Daniel.), Susan Clark, [email protected]
McNALLY, 1840 onwards, (William Joseph McNALLY, married to Elizabeth
Pierce, had 5 children, he went to USA in early 1900 with cousin John JcNALLY,
Elizabeth later went to England after his death in America. Came from William
Street, Galway where they had a Drapers shop. Looking for any family connections.),
Lin McNALLY, [email protected]
McNALLY - (Looking for the birthplace of Michael McNALLY (father Francis),
born about 1840. Joined the army at Liverpool in 1859, discharged 1880. His
discharge papers do not give his exact birthplace but state that the nearest town is
Loughrea, Galway.), Jennifer McNally (Mrs), [email protected]
McNAMARA, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, 1790-1850, (Sarah NICHOLSON, daughter
of John NICHOLSON and Catherine McNAMARA, was born 1832 in Ballinasloe.
She immigrated to Boston where she married William LARKIN, also from
Ballinasloe. Looking for information about her parents.), John Larkins,
[email protected],
MCNAMARA- (Glassillaun and Renvyle area. Seeking information on Michael
McNAMARA, born abt 1837 and his wife Bridget FAHERTY born abt 1846 and died
March 1886 in childbirth. They had 10 children: Michael, Catherine, Margaret,
Martin, Barbara, John & Norah (twins), Bridget, Celia and Charles. I believe Martin is
the only child to stay in Ireland.), Linda Clemmons, [email protected]
McNAMEE, 1905 - 1930, Convent of Mercy, Loughrea, Co. Galway, Diane Hartling,
[email protected]
McNEVIN - (Anne McNEVIN born in Shanna Grove (or Shannon Grove). Moved to
Australia and married Patrick McGRATH. Had many children one being William
David McGRATH.), Josie McGrath, [email protected]
McNIVEN, Tuam,Galway, IRL; Morvern, SCT; Tobermory, SCT; 1805-1881,
Marilyn MacKay, [email protected], 27 Koonung Road, North
McNORTON/McNAUGHTON - (My first objective is to find my Great Great
Grandfather Malachy McNORTON/McNAUGHTON. He originates from Portumna
in East Galway at around 1850.), Steve Norton, [email protected]
McSWEENEY, Galway, 1800's, Sharon Laughton, [email protected]
McWALTER, Garrafrauns/Dunmore/Tuam, Co. Galway, 1700-1900, Rita M.
Qualter, [email protected]
McWEENY, Mweenish Island of Carna, County Galway, 1850-1910, Paul Richard
Smith, [email protected], 171 Sileby Road, Barrow-Upon-Soar,
Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 8LW, England.
MEADE - (Julia MEADE CONNIFFE. Julia came from GALWAY to the US in the
early to mid 1800s. She may have come with husband Patrick though they did not stay
together too long since he lived in Alabama and she lived in South Carolina. She may
have come through the upper East Coast perhaps Boston or Baltimore.), Chuck
Hanberry, [email protected]
MEE - (Looking for Patrick MEE from Galway. He may have come to the USA with
his family. There were two daughters, at least: Delia and Mary (Margaret). Mary was
married to James BRADLEY before coming to US.), Casey,
[email protected]
MEE – (Looking for any information on the MEE family from Knickaunes Or
Knockaunes, Glenamaddy Galway Ireland. My grandfather was Jeremiah MEE b
1886 (not the famous one) Have done many years research in the area.), kathy
[email protected]
MEEHAN - of Cooloo, Moylough, Anne M. Adams, [email protected],
MEEHAN, Dunmore general area, Galway, 1800s, Eibhlin, [email protected]
MEENAN, Killybegs, pre-1860, Catholic, Rod Warnock, [email protected]
MEERS - (Bridget MEERS (sp?) who is believed to come from this area in the early
1800's. She married Bartholomew FORD (in Ireland or Canada) and arrived in
Chicago by 1839.), Libbet "Ford" in Michigan, [email protected]
MEHERIN - (I am researching a name that I don't believe exists in this spelling in
Ireland! The family hails from Loughrea, Tynagh, Co. Galway sons Patrick, Tom,
Michael, John and Dennis and daughters Margaret and Mary (Molly) emigrated in
1850's to Central Coast of California. Eldest sister Ann married KEIGHRY and
remained with parents (unknown) in Loughrea.), Ann Tobin, [email protected]
MELIA - (Looking for family of Darby MELIA son of John and Mary
CONCANNON born Williamstown in 1865.), Patrick Melia, [email protected]
MELIA - (Searching for information on Ellen MELIA (b.1871), Bridget Melia
(b.1872) and William MELIA (b. 1873), all born Keeloges, Tuam, Co. Galway to
Thomas MELIA and Bridget CONNOLLY. Bridget CONNOLLY died in 1875 and
Thomas MELIA remarried in 1876 to Mary DISKIN.), Aideen Coughlan
[email protected]
MELIA - (Searching for descendant of Michael Melia born 1848 in Tuam parish to
William MELIA and Ellen FINNEGAN. Married Bridget TUOHY and had a son
John MELIA born 1875 in Keeloges, Tuam, Co. Galway.), Aideen Coughlan,
[email protected]
MELIA/MALLEY/O'MALLEY - (William MELIA, son of William MELIA and
Katharine BURKE, lived in Cregg, county Galway, and is buried there in the old
Cregg cemetery. They had nine children: Katharine, Martin, Nora [my grandmother],
Julia, John, Michael, Thomas, Anthony and Hubert. My grandmother was born in
1893. I assume that William was born about 1860. He married Ellen CROWE. Any
correspondence about them would be very much appreciated.), Kathleen Metterville,
[email protected]
MELODY - (Michael MELODY married Dolly GUINNESSY at New Inn, Galway in
the 1850's. They had abt. 5 children and the story goes that the only one that married
was Bridget MELODY who came to Canada in the 1870's. Patricia Greber,
cpgre[email protected] MELODY - (Michael MELODY immigrated to New York
around 1830-1840 met and married Ann GARRIGAN, after having 5 children they
moved to Wisconsin where they added 3 children to the family. The father of Michael
MELODY is reported to be Thomas MELODY.), Marie Vayer, [email protected]
MELVILLE - (Judith MELVILLE b.abt 1750 (m.James BLAKENEY). I have
considerable supplementary detail if any one is interested. ) ,Roland de Caen,
[email protected]
MERNA, Tuam, circa 1870-1890, (Joseph MERNA married Mary FORDE in 1855
in Tuam. He was employed as a baker at CLORAN's Bakery on Shop Street in 1870.),
John Merna, [email protected]
MERRY, All, All, Jill Bhar, [email protected], 8 Hobbs Avenue, Nepean,
Ontario, K2H 6W9, Canada
MILAN - (John, Michael, Thomas + Patrick MILAN Mount Bellew area 1800-1850
left for Milford Ma 1848 est.), Brenda Robicheau, [email protected]
MILLANE, Athenry, Galway, 1830 - 1880, (Seeking information on family left in
Ireland related to James and Bridget MILLANE who emigrated to Australia from
Cloontra, parish of Kilseily, Co. Clare in 1852. James born circa 1795 in or near
Ennis. They had five sons who emigrated with them; Michael b circa 1835, John b
circa 1842, Thomas b circa 1844, Peter b circa 1846, Patrick b circa 1848.), Margaret
McBride, [email protected]
MILLER - (I am researching John Charles MILLER and Winifred BURKE of
Bermingham Lodge, near Tuam, around 1800. Children included Bermingham
MILLER and Robert MILLER. Robert MILLER moved to England and became a
County Court judge. His children included Robert Byron MILLER b.1825, William
Knowles MILLER b.1830, Maxwell MILLER, Granville MILLER, (all of whom
emigrated to Australia mid-1800's) and Charles MILLER, Albert Birmingham
MILLER and Thomas de Burgh MILLER. Any info on the MILLER/BURKE family
or Bermingham Lodge much appreciated.), Lesley Beasley, [email protected]
MILLETT – (James MILLETT born 1836, Dunlo., Ballinasloe, Co. Galway son of
John MILLETT A Cloth Weaver and Ellen GOODE. James married Bridget
NICHOLSON (Nee KENNY) in 1886, Ballinasloe. James was a Soldier who had
previously married to Mary Jane OWEN in 1874, but married was also before this in
1850's-60's? - anyone link with this family or know of any other marriage for this man
from the dates above of 1850's-60's?), Regina, [email protected]
MILTON, possibly from Co.Galway for time period of the late 1700's to 1800's,
eventually emigrating to the United States, Gail Milton Butler, [email protected]
MINNOCK, Counties of Galway and Offaly, (William F. MINNOCK Emigrated
1880 to the Albany, NY, area), [email protected]
MINOGUE - (Ellen, dau. of Darby MINOGUE & Mary MOLONEY, Galway,
c.1830, migrated to NSW, Australia. Married Patrick CHIFLEY at Bathurst, NSW
1870), Gerard SAY, Chatswood, Sydney NSW AUSTRALIA, [email protected]
MINOGUE - (Annie MINOGUE born 1849 Galway, Ireland. Migrated to Australia
1863. I am seeking her parents names.) Leonie Copeland, [email protected]
MINOGUE, County Galway, 1830, (Ann MINOGUE Born about 1830, county
Galway Father Daniel MINOGUE Mother Ann TOUHY (TOOHY?). To Australia in
1852. Seeking any MINOGUE descendants.), Dot Butterworth, [email protected]
MINTON - (Michl MINTON (as shown on children's baptism certificates)
transported to NSW Australia as a convict in 1821 on the "Prince Regent II".
Convicted in Dublin County Feb 1820. Occupation - Labourer. Aged 27. Catholic.
Married Rose MURRAY in Australia prior to 1843. Any information appreciated as I
can't locate marriage or death certificates in Australia so have no further details on
him), Di Woodstock, [email protected]
MINTON, Aughrim Hill, Ballinasloe, Co Galway, (Fathers name was Patrick
MINTON. The MINTON family lived in the parish of Aughrim Hill Co Galway for
over a hundred years. Tradition has it that a number of MINTON's fought at the Battle
of Aughrim 1691 and only a few returned. I am finding it difficult to get any
information on this family - any information on the name would be much
appreciated.), Denis Minton, 19 Ocean wave Salthill Galway.
[email protected]
MISKELL - (Patrick MISKELL born February 2, 1751 in Kilchreest, Galway.
Immigrated to US in April 1819. Also interested in other MISKELLS), Larry Miskell,
[email protected]
MISKELL, Tuam and Portumna area. Martin McHUGH was born in Tuam in 1864.
His parents were Patrick McHUGH and Judy MONAGHAN. Martin had several
sisters, including Mary (married a BURKE) and Catherine (married Thomas
MISKELL). Martin left Tuam for Chicago, Illinois, USA in the early 1880's. In 1887,
in Chicago, Martin married Delia MITCHELL who was born in Tuam. Delia's parents
were Patrick MITCHELL and Bridget Delia GOREY. Delia had brothers Joe (married
Marie ?), Tom (married Katie?), John, and Larry (married Mae KILBEG). Delia's
sisters were Anne (married Michael McGREAL), Mary (married Peter
NAUGHTON), and 4 sisters who were nuns, Margaret (Sr. Bertrani), Ellie (Sr.
Matelda), Katie (Sr. Lucille), and Julie (Sr. Gertrude). Martin and Delia has 5
children- Frank, Walter, George, Blanche, and Ethyl.), Mark McHugh,
[email protected]
MISKELL – (Mary MISKELL of Meelick born about 1844, married Patrick
FLEMING in Jan 1868 in Barna. Michael FLEMING (my grandfather) was born to
them in Oct 1868. Interested in any information about other children born to
Patrick/Mary. Believe there was a Biddy (1869), Catherine (Feb 1872) and Thomas
(Oct 1876 - all in Barna area. If I have the correct couple, the 1911 Barna census said
they had 10 children, all living. Any information on these or their other children
greatly appreciated.), Bob Fleming, [email protected]
MISKELL/MITCHELL - (John, son of Patrick and Ann FAHY/FAHEY of
Kinvara, County Galway. Born 1811. Brother Patrick rest of family unknown - some
to U.S. John married Mary WOODS of Kinvarra 1858 and they came to Australia
1860's.), Christine Mercer, [email protected]
MITCHELL - (Martin MITCHELL of Turloughmore in Monard in the Parish of
Lackagh born about 1835 and died in 1916. Married to Mary FURY b: Abt 1840 m:
Abt 1869 d: April 16, 1910 in County Galway. Children: Thomas MITCHELL b:
1870 in County Galway, Ireland d: 1950 in Turloughmore. Married to Kate O'BRIEN
b: Abt 1869 m: Abt 1900 d: March 23, 1918 in Turloughmore. Thomas and Kate lived
in Jersey City, USA until c.1902 when they returned to Ireland lived in Athenry until
Martin passed away then moved to the farm in Turloughmore. Thomas served in the
British Army, possibly Connaught Rangers, from 1903 until 1918 when Kate died
during WWI. Thomas was later a postman. They had 6 children 3 boys Mark, Martin
and Dermott and 3 girls Nonie, Ellen and Mary who all grew up on the farm. Martin
had 3 other children who I think were all living in America in 1916, most likely New
Jersey, Ellen, Mary and Patrick MITCHELL.), Brian McDevitt,
[email protected],, Massachusetts,
Mississippi USA
MITCHELL - (Mary TARMY b. c 1844 Williamstown County Galway Kilnalag
Townland, Father was Michael TARMY m. Thomas GLENNON (GLANNON)
(Pollea North Townland) at Williamstown County Galway 9 Feb 1864.Children from
this marriage were : Patrick b 25 Dec 1864, Catherine b 12 Jan 1866, Michael b. 3
Dec 1867- d Queens NY 9 Nov 1958 m. Catherine CONNAUGHTON in NY 1894,
Mary b. 7 March 1870. Catherine and Mary may have died in childhood. Michael and
Patrick emigrated to NY. After Thomas GLENNON died in 1871 Mary Married
Thomas MITCHELL of Croughill Townland , Williamstown on 18 Feb 1871 they had
the following Children: John b 25 Dec 1873, Margaret b 16 Nov 1876, Thomas b 16
Nov 1876, Patrick b 1 April 1879 and Sarah b 10 Oct 1882. Mary was still alive in
1901 and is shown on the 1901 census as Mary MITCHELL and was still living at
Pollea North Townland), [email protected]
MITCHELL, Peter MITCHELL, 1800's,Trina Mitchell, [email protected]
, COSGROVE, COSTELLO. Patrick MITCHELL b ca 1792 married to Mary
COSGROVE ca 1819. He had several children: John b 1820 Tuam Galway Co Ireland
spouse Mary McDONNELL (daughter of Morgan MCDONNEL and Julia
CARROLL) - my line), Ellen b 1837 Tuam Galway Co Ireland spouse Bartholomew
MCDERMOTT Jr., Patrick Jr b 1838 Ireland, Catherine b 1835 Ireland, (possible)
Margaret, (possible) Susan F. These folks were devout Catholics.), Kerry Fleming,
[email protected], 237 Braeshire Dr Manchester MO USA 63021
MITCHELL - (my great grand parents Thomas MITCHELL born 11/25/1845
County Galway, Died 7/7/1907 Tennessee Annie MITCHELL, born 2/25/1852,
County Mayo, Died 4/9/1908 Tennessee also Timothy J. NAUGHTON, born
8/15/1865, County Galway, died possibly Mayland, date unknown Mary E. WALSH,
born 5/5/1865, died 11/21/1933, Baltimore, Maryland looking for any information
anyone may have, I don't know when, how or where they arrived in the US), Pat
Smith, [email protected]
MITCHELL - (Looking for information on John MITCHELL married to Bridgett
HIGGINS. John and Bridgett were my Great-grandfather Patrick's parents. Patrick
was born in Galway in approximately 1866. Patrick immigrated to Newton, MA
during the late 1880s/early 90s. He married Bridgett O'TOOLE on March 3, 1897.
They were approximately 34 and 35, respectively. Bridgett's parents were Thomas
and Mary (LEONARD) O'TOOLE also of Co. Galway, Ireland.), John H. Mitchell,
[email protected]
MITCHELL, Tuam or Clifden areas in County Galway, Tuam from approximately
1860 or earlier to 1865. Clifden area from 1865 to 1882, (Allen MITCHELL married
to Jane D'ARCY in St. Mary's Cathedral 1860. Allen's father's name William,
mother's name possibly Mary, Jane's father named Michael. Had a total of 8 children.
Thomas William MITCHELL, born on March 28 1861 in the District of Tuam. Mary
Jane MITCHELL, born January 3, 1863 in the District of Tuam. Allen MITCHELL,
born February 21, 1865 in Daly Hill near Ballyconneely, died young and is presumed
buried in Ireland. Sarah Jane MITCHELL, born September 4, 1867 at Daily Hill.
Margaret Elizabeth Mitchell, born in Derrygimlagh (between Ballyconneely and
Clifden) on February 22, 1870. John Allen MITCHELL, known as Jack, was born in
Derrygimlagh, on November 10, 1872. Richard Henry MITCHELL, called Dick, was
born October 23, 1875 in Derrygimlagh. Lucy Rose MITCHELL, born in 1879,
specific location in Ireland unknown. Tom apparently went to Australia, the
remaining MITCHELL's immgrated to Ontario Canada around 1882. Looking for
information on any of the above MITCHELL's.), Peter Mitchell, [email protected]
MITCHELL - (Andrew Joseph MITCHELL b. Galway Co., Ireland, cica 1820s.
Married Elizabeth CROWLEY B. Feb. 22, 1822 in unknown. They immigrated to the
US, either separately or together, and lived in Chester Co. PA where their daughter
Mary was born on May 18, 1855. Need any information or possible family
connections.), [email protected]
MITCHELL - (MITCHELL family of County Galway Townland and Civil Parish
Unknown. Lawrence MITCHELL m. Catherine JOYNT/JOINT in the 1860's.
Siblings of Lawrence were: John, William and Patrick. I know of no Sisters. I believe
the father was Also John. This family has quite a history in the US. Civil War, Indian
Wars, Contractors in Kingston (Rondout section) NY. Trying to find roots of this
family in Galway. I believe that John MITCHELL age 36 (father) sailed on the
Cushla Macree in 1849 from Galway, but have not gotten proof of this yet.), Judy C,
[email protected]
MITCHELL, Tuam and Portumna area. Martin McHUGH was born in Tuam in
1864. His parents were Patrick McHUGH and Judy MONAGHAN. Martin had
several sisters, including Mary (married a BURKE) and Catherine (married Thomas
MISKELL). Martin left Tuam for Chicago, Illinois, USA in the early 1880's. In 1887,
in Chicago, Martin married Delia MITCHELL who was born in Tuam. Delia's parents
were Patrick MITCHELL and Bridget Delia GOREY. Delia had brothers Joe (married
Marie ?), Tom (marriedKatie?), John, and Larry (married Mae KILBEG). Delia's
sisters were Anne (married Michael McGREAL), Mary (married Peter
NAUGHTON), and 4 sisters who were nuns, Margaret (Sr. Bertrani), Ellie (Sr.
Matelda), Katie (Sr. Lucille), and Julie (Sr. Gertrude). Martin and Delia has 5
children- Frank, Walter, George, Blanche, and Ethyl.), Mark McHugh,
[email protected]
MITCHELL - (Stephen MITCHELL b. Ballaghaugeag, or Ballaheigh Ballymoe, Co.
Galway near Glenamaddy possibly 1840's. Married Cecile MANNION possibly of
Knockauns near Glenamaddy, Co Galway. One son John Michael MITCHELL b
1872 migrated to Boston. Others unknown. Would like to hear from others who have
this family.), Brenda Collins [email protected]
MITCHELL - (Lawrence MITCHELL immigrated date unknown from Galway
townland and civil parish unknown. Know of John, father of Lawrence, John and
Patrick siblings and also of a nephew of John. Lawrence m. Catherine JOYNT-where
unknown. Mother of Catherine JOYNT is Anna JOYNT-immigrated from
Galway?/Limerick? This family lived in Kingston NY. They were in residence there
from 1860 thru 1892. John J. MITCHELL brother of Lawrence was awarded the
Congressional Medal of Honor for gallantry. Another John MITCHELL died at
Andersonville Prison during the Civil War at age 19. The MITCHELL/JOYNT family
is my stonewall.), Judy Christopher, [email protected]
MITCHELL - (Honorah MITCHELL, Kingston/Rondout/NY in Ulster county
Census of 1855. Mother of Lawrence, John, Patrick and Michael widowed. Honorah
MITCHELL emigrated from Cty Galway Township and civil Parish unknown. Any
info appreciated.), Judy Christopher (Mitchell/Joynt), [email protected]
MITCHELL - (John J. MITCHELL, born 1840's emigrated in 1857 from Galway to
New Orleans and fought for The Confederacy. Married Ellen O'KEEFE in N.Y.),
Virginia Lawyer, [email protected]
MITCHELL – (Patrick Charles MITCHELL - Castlefarm, Dunmore, County
Galway, Ireland. From church baptism records - 20 March 1856; Townland: Castle;
Father Peter MITCHELL; Mother: Mary REGAN. From death certificate: birth 27
March 1855; death 17 June 1938 Wood County, West Virginia, USA. From Last Will
and Testament: Brother, Peter Mitchell, of Galway County Ireland, Castle Farm,
Dunmore; Sister, Mary DAUGHERTY of Galway County, Ireland. Civil birth records
indicate brothers Thomas, Michael and Peter; sister Mary. Church marriage records
Parish of Dunmore: 23 Feb 1895 Bartholomew DOHERTY married Mary
MITCHELL. Family indicates that Patrick Charles MITCHELL was a prisoner at
some point.), Leslie Yander, [email protected]
MITCHELL – (I believe my ancestors were from Caltra. My GG Grandparents
were, I believe and not a whole lot of hard evidence to prove it, Maria or Mary
MANNION and Patrick MITCHELL. I believe they started out in Galway City and
had my great grandmother, Elizabeth MITCHELL, born 1862 and baptised at St
Nicholas Combined N&E. Patrick describes himself later twice as a tailor. Perhaps,
he learned his trade in Galway City. Their children were: 1. 21st September 1862
Elizabeth St Nicholas Combined N&E, (this is my great grandmother) witnesses
Valentine CONNELLY and Mary CONSIDINE; 2. 9th April 1866 female
(Catherine?); 3. 17th April 1868 Thomas Clonbrock; 4. 15 or 21 or 23 April 1872
Mary (Maria) (per Patricio & Maria )RC Ahascragh and Killosolan, Galway,
witnesses John MITCHELL and Catherine MITCHELL. Died at birth; 5. 1st January
1874 Patrick Clonbrock; 6. 25th March 1876 Charles Caltra/Clonbrock aka 28 March
1876 Caroline aka Carolus (per Patricio & Maria ) RC Ahascragh and Killosolan,
Galway witnesses John WARD and Cecilia MITCHELL and sponser/informant to the
birth, Kate MITCHELL; 7. 8th December 1877 Mary (first Mary died?) Caltra aka
Maria (per Patricio & Maria ) RC Ahascragh and Killosolan, Galway witnesses John
MITCHELL and Catherine MITCHELL and sponsor/informant to the birth, Mary
Elizabeth MITCHELL (Lizzy MITCHELL GUERIN?); 8. 15th March 1880 Joseph
Caltra died at birth. Of note, the following children were witnesses: Mary Elizabeth
MITCHELL (Lizzy) -approx. 15 yrs. - sponsored the baptism of her sister Mary
MITCHELL in 1877. Thomas MITCHELL, -approx. 16 yrs. - Lizzy’s brother,
sponsored the baptism of his niece, Mary Josephine GUERAN in 1884. Maria
MITCHELL, Lizzy’s mother, was the informant on Mary Josephine’s civil birth
registration. Both on 1872 Mary’s birth, and on 1876 Charles’ birth, Patricio names
“Tailor” as occupation. On Mary’s 1877, Patrick names “farmer” as his occupation.
Based on Irish tradition of naming children: The parents of Patricio or Patrick could
be Thomas and ? MITCHELL and the parents of Maria MANNION MITCHELL
could be Patrick and Elizabeth MANNION or MANNING. This is the little bit of
information I have as to what happened to these MITCHELLS, MANNIONS,
GUERINS: My Great grandmother, Elizabeth MITCHELL, married Cornelius
GUERIN, in the parish of Caltra, 21 Jul 1883, while living in MtBellows. Cornelius
Guerin was born in Duagh, Co Kerry, in 1859 (parents Mary HEFFERNAN and
James GUERIN). Cornelius was in the RIC from 1881 – 1889. I don’t believe the
RIC knew he was married. Cornelius and Elizabeth GUERIN had my grandmother,
Mary Josephine GUERIN, 14 may 1884 in the parish of Caltra. I don’t believe the
RIC knew about Mary Josephine. I don’t believe Mary Josephine lived with
Cornelilus and Elizabeth for long. She was sent to live in an orphanage in Toronto
City, Canada. I found Mary GUERIN and a Mary MITCHELL (Mary Josephine’s
aunt, Elizabeth’s sister?) in the 1890 Canadian census. Elizabeth and Cornelius
GUERIN immigrated to the U.S. in 1889, under the names Elizabeth and Cornelius
MITCHELL. Cornelius left before he was formally discharged from the RIC. Their
daughter, Mary Josephine GUERIN, immigrated in 1894 to the U.S. escorted by
Patrick and Mary MITCHELL. Once in the states, I don’t believe she ever lived with
Elizabeth (Lizzy) and Cornelius GUERIN.), Kate Mackie Ashton, [email protected]
MITCHELL – (Bridget HAVERTY born about 1828, Co. Galway married Patrick
MITCHELL 2 children: Kate Mitchell RUANE, born about 1848, Patrick born 1851)
Kate Vlach, [email protected]
MOGAN - (I am looking for info on the parents/siblings and children of Michael and
Bridget (CLARK) MOGAN who left County Galway during the famine. They may
have lived in New York for a time, but settled in Franklin County, Ohio USA around
1878. They have two children as far as we know. There may be more. The children
are James and George Mogan.), Donna M Wolf. [email protected]
MOGAN - (County Galway, 1820 -1855. Specifically looking for info on
Bartholemew MOGAN and Catherine FOLAN (his wife) and their chldren.), Maureen
Hunter, [email protected]
MOGAN, 1840's 1850, (Looking for family(s) of William MOGAN, born approx.
1827, possibly Tyrone Galway near Drumacoo/Kilcolgan. may have lived in or near
Clifden or Cleggan. Married Georgianna FRYER, or FREYER about 1849 and
emigrated not long after and eventually settled in Circleville Ohio via Lancaster, PA
by mid 1850's. Two sons born in Ireland were William M. and Peter J. Known
relatives that were from that area who emigrated to Northern KY. were cousins; Mary
CLOHERTY, daughter of John and Margaret (MOGAN) CLOHERTY/poss. from
Cleggan and her husband Thomas P. BODKIN of Omey, Clifden.), Robert Keith
Thomas, [email protected]
MOGAN - (Thomas MOGAN m. Mary HYNES. Two children: Margaret, my G G
grandmother who was born Gloves, Galway and died 1867 and John MOGAN who
emigrated to Queensland via Boston, USA c. 1862. Margaret MOGAN married John
MANNION (his 2nd marriage). She died in 1867 when my G grandmother, Margaret
MANNION was 2 years old. Margaret MANNION emigrated to Queensland when
she was 15-16 years old on the "Almora" arriving 1883. Her brother, Michael,
followed. They both reared families in Gympie, Queensland, Australia. I'd like to
know if and John MOGAN, children of Thomas MOGAN and Mary HYNES had
siblings please. Also, I'd love to know the ship John Mogan sailed on to USA and also
the ship from Boston to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.), Di Randell,
[email protected]
MOGAN - (John MOGAN, Bachelor, age 23 years. Place of Birth: Kinvarra,
Galway. Residence, Gympie Queensland. Occupation: Labourer: Father: Thomas
MOGAN. Mother Ellen KEVE. Married Catherine REILLY, age 22. Born Gympie,
Queensland. Occupation Servant: Father Joseph REILLY, Mother Catherine
FITSIMMONS. Witnesses: Thomas DALY and Mary Ann REILLY. Marriage St.
Patrick's RC Church, Gympie 6th Feb. 1898. I though this info. may be useful to
someone else. I haven't yet determined if it fits in with my MOGANS who came to
Gympie from Gloves - Athenry Co. Galway.), Dianne, [email protected]
MOHAN/ MOUGHAN? - (Looking for MOHAN family. Maybe MOUGHAN?
Michael MOHAN married Bridget RANEY - had daughter Mary Ann in 1879. Mary
Ann MOHAN immigrated to USA 1890s? Married into KENNY family in St. Louis.),
Colleen McLean, Wisconsin, USA. [email protected]
MOLLOY, Co Galway, 1800-1860, Bob Gilliver, [email protected]
MOLLOY - (I have discovered from a relative from letters he found that William
MOLLOY emigrated to Philadelphia. He was joined sometime later by his brother
Michael who died shortly after his arrival of sunstroke. The letters were sent to a Fr
Tom MOLLOY in Co Donegal in 1955. William subsequently moved to Kingston-90
miles north of New York City. He died on Sept 4th 1931,and was buried in Calvary
cemetery, Long Island. He was married to Margaret MULHOLLAND who came from
Cootehill Co Cavan. She died April 14th 1920. The author of the letter was Terry
MOLLOY who appeared to be retiring from his position with the Lago Oil&Transport
Company, Aruba, West Indies, and returning to the U.S. They intended enrolling their
daughter Mary Ann in a High School in Arizona. They had not decided where they
were going to settle. I would dearly love if this man or any of his descendants would
contact me.), Sean Molloy, [email protected]
MOLLOY, Ballinasloe, Co.Galway, 1800 - 1926, (I'm researching my grandmother's
family. Her name was Veronica (Vera) Mary ARNOT nee MOLLOY (1912-1978)
daughter of Michael Thomas MOLLOY (1886-1914) and Mary Agnes HARNEY
(1885-1953). Any info on Michael's family would be appreciated. His family were
known to be from Ballinasloe, Co.Galway.), Maxine F.V.Lodge,
[email protected] or [email protected]
MOLLOY - (Lived in Clifden, County Galway approx 1840 to 1870. Roman
Catholic.), Beverly Soholt, [email protected]
MOLLOY/MALLOY - Oughterard, Co. Galway, pre-1922, (Mathias T. MOLLOY),
David Holmes, [email protected],
MOLLOY/MALLOY/MALOY/MOLOY – (Multiple generations, all in
Oughterard. Placenames include Bourisheen/Barrusheen/Baurisheen,
Derrymoyle/Derrymile/Derrymills, Kilkerrin, Tullavrick. Matthias was born probably
around 1800-20, son Timothy was born probably 1830-1850; Timothy's son James
was born 1871 and emigrated to Boston before 1900 (died 1951); James's son
Timothy Joseph and daughter Mary Agnes were born 1901 and 1914. Local families
that married into this group include CLANCY (Catherine), FEENEY (Sarah), and
WALSH (Bridget); James MOLLOY also married a Mary DARCY in 1918 who may
or may not be from the Galway region (she had a previous husband, named
Garrity/Geraghty/etc., and a son Joseph from that marriage, born around 1899 in
Boston.), Sarah Parker-Allen, [email protected]
MOLONEY- (Michael MOLONEY m. Julia MURPHY, Patrick MOLONEY b. 15
Apr 1838, Mary MOLONEY b. May 1846 m. Charles HUTCHECK), Woodford,
1838-1855, Ann Moloney Lamb, [email protected]
MOLONEY, Any, Woodford Co. Clare Border area, 1838-1855, Ann Moloney
Lamb, [email protected]
MOLONEY, Clooniff, Moycullen, County Galway 1800+, Patricia Concannon,
[email protected]
MOLONEY - (Looking for connections to family of Michael FLYNN & Jane
MOLONEY, married about 1846 in County Galway. Children of Michael & Jane
FLYNN: Thomas Michael FLYNN (born December 1847, married about 1874 to
Mary HACKETT. died 1901 at St. Louis, MO); Michael FLYNN (born about 185561 at Galway City, never married, died 1918 at St. Louis as a result of the influenza
pandemic); Winifred FLYNN (born 26 Feb 1860-65 at Galway City, married Bernard
LYNCH 22 Nov 1883 at St. Louis, died 1918 at St. Louis as a result of influenza);
Bridget FLYNN (born 2 Feb 1861-1870 at Galway City, never married, died 1945 at
St. Louis). The children of Michael & Jane FLYNN immigrated to the US in the mid1870s. However, sometime after 1885, Bridget FLYNN returned to County Galway,
possibly to care for an ailing parent. In 1909, Bridget FLYNN returned from Ireland
to live with her sister, Winifred. On the passenger arrival list in New York City,
Bridget listed her closest relative remaining in Ireland as her cousin, John FRANCIS,
Marie Street, Galway. If you have any connection to this family, I am helping Mark
FLYNN of Washington State find his ancestor's birthplace and relations.), Galway
City, 1847-1910, Cary Christoher, [email protected]
MOLONEY – (I’m looking for my great granddads family from the
Portumna/Gortanummera area of Galway. He was Thomas MOLONEY and he came
out to Australia along with his sister Bridget in 1883, his parents are Michael
MOLONEY and Bridget MOLONEY….I believe it was a MOLONEY/ MOLONEY
marriage, whether they were cousin or not I have no idea. Thomas was born
December 1865 to Michael and Bridget and his sister Bridget was born abt 1869. His
shipping record says he had a brother here, named John or James. I have been told the
brother named either John or James left Australia and went to Canada . I haven’t been
able to trace him but I would love to connect with any family still in the Portumna
area. The siblings names I have for Thomas MOLONEY are Edward, Anne,
Catherine. As records are sketchy here in Australia I would love to hear from anyone
who could help me. On the 1891 and the 1901 Irish census records for Portumna the
family was living in New St….Thomas MOLONEY’s father Michael MOLONEY, is
listed as a farmer on both his wedding certificate and death certificate here in
Australia.), Anne Osland, [email protected]
MONAGHAN - (Andrew, Blean, Athenry. Married Mary MULLEN on 19 Aug 1865
at RC Cahpel of Kiltullagh), Anne M. Adams, [email protected],
MONAGHAN - (Looking for a Bessie MONAGHAN who maried a ?? KEANE in
Co-Galway. They had three children, Harold, Bridgette and Reginald. She came to
Melbourne in 1895 with the three children but her husband did not come. Time:
sometime about 1890. ), Alan Bennett, [email protected]
MONAGHAN - (John MONAGHAN of Headford, Co. Galway (we think); b. 1823;
d. 1891. Married 3 times; (1) Catherine CLANCY (d. 1845; no children); (2)
Catherine HEFFERNAN (d. 1871; 8 daughters); (3) Catherine (Kate) Josephine
CLANCY of Oughterard, Co. Galway (d. 1929; 3 sons, 7 daughters). Kate was the
postmistress of the post office and also owned a shop in Oughterard until her death.
Two of her daughters ran the shop until about 1947 or so. Kate's parents were John
CLANCY of Allenspark, Moycullen and Maggie MORAN of Gort. Anything about
John MONAGHAN that can point me in the right direction will be forever
appreciated.), Sharon Anderson, [email protected]
MONAGHAN, Tuam and Portumna area. Martin McHUGH was born in Tuam in
1864. His parents were Patrick McHUGH and Judy MONAGHAN. Martin had
several sisters, including Mary (married a BURKE) and Catherine (married Thomas
MISKELL). Martin left Tuam for Chicago, Illinois, USA in the early 1880's. In 1887,
in Chicago, Martin married Delia MITCHELL who was born in Tuam. Delia's parents
were Patrick MITCHELL and Bridget Delia GOREY. Delia had brothers Joe (married
Marie ?), Tom (married Katie?), John, and Larry (married Mae KILBEG). Delia's
sisters were Anne (married Michael McGREAL), Mary (married Peter
NAUGHTON), and 4 sisters who were nuns, Margaret (Sr. Bertrani), Ellie (Sr.
Matelda), Katie (Sr. Lucille), and Julie (Sr. Gertrude). Martin and Delia has 5
children- Frank, Walter, George, Blanche, and Ethyl.), Mark McHugh,
[email protected]
MONAGHAN - (Researching family of James MONAGHAN and Nora (nee
CONNORS) in possibly Lackagh, Galway. Daughter Catherine MONAGHAN born
1824 came to Australia as a " bounty immigrant" in 1841 married Thomas CULLEN
1844.), Jan Hayes, [email protected]
MONAGHAN - (Thomas MONAGHAN, born about 1823 in County Galway, and
Mary FEENEY, born about 1835, were married about 1850. They had at least nine
children: Daniel (born July 1851/2), Mary (1854), Bridgett Agnes (2 Feb 1859),
Annie (1860), Thomas (1863), John (1865), Sarah (1868), Kate (1870), and Lizzie
(1872). Thomas' brother Daniel, born about 1816) married Margaret McMULLEN,
born 8 Sep 1829, also in County Galway. They had one known son, Daniel (1853).
Both families emigrated to the United States -- Daniel's by 1849; Thomas' by 1853.
Thomas settled in Mt. Vernon, Knox County, Ohio, and Daniel in Columbus, Franklin
County, Ohio. Looking for birthplace and parents of Thomas and Daniel
MONAGHAN and of Mary FEENEY.), Susan Clark, [email protected]
MONAGHAN - (Trying to find information about Thomas MONAGHAN b.1854 in
Barnaderg, Tuam, Co. Galway. He was the son of Patrick MONAGHAN and they
were a family of horse breeders. They emmigrated to Sheffield, England during the
potato famine. He married Julia KELLY (daughter of Michael KELLY, also from
Tuam) in Sheffield in 1885.), Katie Monaghan, katherinemonaghan[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.
MONAGHAN (also spelt MONGAN, MONAGEN, MONAGIN) Michael born
County Galway circa 1820 in Clifden or Carna and son John born circa 1844 who
married Ann COWAN in Clifden circa 1864 daughter of Patrick COWAN and Mary
DERRETT. John and Ann Monaghan emigrated to Napier New Zealand in
1868Anybody who can identify with these families.), Dennis Carter,
[email protected]
MONAHAN, Townland; Tynagh. Co Galway, Barony of Leitrim, Parish of Tynagh,
Poor Law Union of Portumna, Province of Connaught. 1840s through 1880s.
(Michael and Maria (BURKE) MONAHAN. Children: Patrick b 1868, John Joseph b
1869, Thomas b? Michael b? married Bridget LARKIN. John Joseph arrived in USA
April 1887 aboard Catalonia in Boston Massachusetts. Lived in Newton
Massachusetts for the remainder of life.), [email protected]
MONAHAN - (Michael MONAHAN 1872-1910 parents names: John
MONAHAN/Sarah LYNDE--- (Cicilia LYONS-2nd wife?) of Galway Ireland.
arrived: Ma. USA 1892 married Delia HAFFERTY-children: Theresa 1895, Mary
1898, Edward James 1900-1921, William 1902-1902, Gertrude E. 1903-1932 (my
great grandmother), Joseph 1907?, Richard 1910, Helen 1911.), Pamela Hall,
[email protected]
Co. Galway, 1861-1865 son of Thomas and Bridget (nee DEFLY, DEFTLY). Thomas
was a Farmer. William left Ireland with his brother (Patrick, we think) to Nova Scotia
(Year and for how long unknown). They both then travelled down to Australia.
William married Sarah Ann RYAN, 25 December 1905 at Maryborough, Queensland.
The brother is meant to have stayed in Australia. William and Sarah came to New
Zealand approximately 1907/08. They had four children Bridget, Honora, John (my
father) and William. William Snr was killed in a mining accident, 16 March 1916,
Waikino, New Zealand.), Estelle Walsh, [email protected]
MONGAN - (MONGAN families from Townland: Carrownurlaur, Barony:Dunmore,
Parish: Liskeevy, Poor law union: Tuam, County: Galway.), Kate Flynn,
[email protected],
MONGAN - (Looking for Mary MONGAN, born 1875, Aughrismore, Co Galway,
daughter of Martin Mongan and Mary TRUELL/TRULE. Only one of nine still to get
information on.), Celia Hamilton, [email protected]
MOONEY, Tuam Co. Galway, 1770-1860, Catholic, Penny Gordon,
[email protected]
MOONEY - (Mary MOONEY b. Dunmore 1827 to Edmond MOONEY and
Catherine PATTON, em. 1847, m. Edmond O'DEA 1852 MA, d. 1873 MA.),
Dunmore, 1800-present, Edward J. O'Day, [email protected], 162 Misty Lake Drive
Murphysboro, IL 62966, USA
MOONEY - (Bridget MOONEY married Patrick KELLY abt 1825 in County
Galway. Three of their children emigrated to US in 1840's: John, James and Bridget.
Time Frame: Unknown - 1870), Janette Lager,: [email protected] , Address:
222 N. 6th Street, Missouri Valley, IA 51555
MOONEY - (Bridget MOONEY, Galway possibly Tuam - 1830's to 1860's Father
Peter MOOONEY Mother Catherine SHAUGHNESSY.), W. Brooks,
[email protected]
MOONEY – (James (Jas) MOONEY born c.1819, ?Birr, Birr, Kings Co. Parents:
Denis MOONEY & Annie FOX. Siblings: John & Margaret (married Charles
DONNELLY before 1840 in Ireland) married c.1845 Galway to Mary CANNON
(born c.1827 Galway) migrated to Australia by 1852 - unable to find departure or
transit details.), Maw Wam, [email protected]
MOORE - (William MOORE, possibly son of John b. 1704 or Richard b. 1706. His
wife was Mary DRUMMOND. Their children were Martin b. 21 Nov. 1830. William,
Mary, Ellen Nellie, Patrick Joseph and John Thomas. The family moved to the United
States of America in the 1840's. Mary DRUMMOND was from Meath.),
[email protected]
MOORE - (I would like to know if you or anyone knows of James MOORE and
Mary Laving (GRANGER) MOORE who my grandparents. Unfortunately that is all I
have at the moment, but I would like to obtain more information if any one knows of
these names?), Pam Morey [email protected]
MORAN - (Mary MORAN daughter of Michael MORAN & Unknown Married
Patrick CAVANAGH Parents unknown. Sailed from Liverpool 18 Aug 1841 on the
"Wallace" arriving Melbourne Australia 26 Nov 1841, Listed as Patrick (25)
Labourer,and Mary (21) from Galway, Ireland Seeking any information), Ellen
Hollow, [email protected]
MORAN, Headford (?), Galway, 1830-1880, Terri Pointon, [email protected]
MORAN - (Searching for family of Maria MORAN, b. abt 1820's. Married Patrick
McGUINNESS, April, 1845, in ?? Galway East, moved to Co.Roscommon where
they raised 12 children. Patrick was in the RIC.), Colleen, Mesa, AZ USA,
[email protected]
MORAN - (Mary Bridget MORAN, of Galway approx 1917 for birth of Charles
Heywood in parish of Claregalway, baptised by Rev. P MARON?, sponsored by
Thomas WALSH & Brigid GLENNANE.), [email protected]
MORAN - (Mary MORAN, Born in Galway 1800'ish. Married Richard ANGLE
place unknown. Settled in Newcastle under Lyne, Staffs UK 1821. Trying to find
other MORAN's moving to UK in Staffodshire up to 1850's then Birmingham.),
[email protected]
MORAN - (Researching Michael MORAN who married Diana FINN around 1842 in
Oranmore and emigrated to Boston. Children John,Anne and James.), Jack Keating,
[email protected]
MORAN - (John MORAN - Listed in US Army papers as born in Galway in 1833.
Returned to Galway in 1866 and married Mary MORRIS. They had friends named
John B. HUGHES of Prospect Hill and John LENEHAN of Eyre Square. John and
Mary emigrated to Wash. DC about 1870-72 where he worked as a Courier for the
War Department.), Ellen, [email protected]
MORAN - (Trying to find relatives and ancestors of my grandmother Lois MORAN
(VERMILYEA) She married Alton VERMILYEA in America and died in Laurel,
Mississippi in 1999.), [email protected]
MORAN - (Looking for information on James MORAN b: abt 1805 and Annie
McGINNES b: abt 1805 married abt 1825. Left Galway, Ireland, with their 6 children
in 1849 for the USA Ohio. Children: Patrick abt 1828, Hugh 1829, James 1831,
Francis abt 1835, Arthur 1840, Mary abt 1845.), Jim Smith, [email protected]
MORAN - (Searching for the family of Michael MORAN and Mary KYNE, m. about
1848, had five children all born in Galway, who then came to New Zealand. In one of
the children's wills dated 1935 he quotes a Norah MORAN of Ower Headford,
Galway as a niece. Jeremiah commonly known as Darby MORAN as a nephew,
Thomas Jennings MORAN, James MORAN, Bridget PETTIT (nee MORAN) all of
America as relatives.), Gail Mark, [email protected]
MORAN - (Mary MORAN - I know nothing about her except she was from Galway
& married Edward FARRELL, also from Galway, and they had a least one daughter,
Ann who was born about 1828. They eventually went to Canada and then moved on
down to Burlington, VT. I would like to find out who her parents were.), Pat
(Hallihan) Lavato, [email protected]
MORAN - (My Great Great grandfather Patrick MORAN was a convict from
Galway, Ireland. He and his brother were transported in March 1832 to Australia.
They came over on the convict ship "Eliza 6" in 1832. Our records say they came
from "County Galway" 32.1973 "Michael MORAN", 26 years old, crime: Whiteboy
32.1974 "Patrick MORAN", 21 years old, crime: Whiteboy. They had a cousin called
"Peter LARKINS" transported 12 years before them. Patrick Thomas MORAN and
Michael MORAN's father was named William MORAN, but mother unknown. Can
anyone provide me with any information on their Parents or other family members?),
David Moran, [email protected]
MORAN - (John J. MORAN was born in 1875, probably in Galway, but we don't
know where. He was married in 1903 at St. Gregory's Church in Dorchester,
Massachusetts, USA, although we don't know when he first came to America. John’s
father was Martin MORAN and his mother was Celia MANNING, both from Galway.
If anyone has any suggestions about what I might do next to find out more
information about my friend's family, she would certainly appreciate it.), Karen Hart
Anthony (For Cathy O'Callaghan), [email protected]
MORAN – (I am researching the family of William & Ellen MORAN. William
MORAN was a farmer in County Galway and married Ellen MURPHY in
approximately 1820. Know children are William b 1823, James, 1830, John 1834,
Thomas 1835, Catherine 1836, Mary 1837, Martin 1839. I believe that all of these
children immigrated to Australia, but we know very little about William & Ellen,who
are their parents, where did they live, where did they marry, where did they die etc.),
Barbara Coleman, [email protected]
MORAN – (I am looking for the parents of my great grandfather Martin MORAN
and his brother John Joseph MORAN. I know John was born in Clonbur on March 15
1876. Martin was born in Nov of 1868 but place is unknown. Both immigrated to the
US in the late 1800's. Any information would be greatly appreciated.), Kathleen
Hammond, [email protected]
MORGAN - (Margaret MORGAN and two older sisters, Mary and Catherine,
emigrated possibly from Glennamaddy, Tuam, Co. Galway, to upstate NY, USA, in
1880s. Parents were listed as John and Bess MORGAN on her death certificate in
Syracuse, NY, in 1907. However, there may have been some confusion with the
parents-in-law of her sister Catherine, who married a Dennis MORGAN. From
Glennamaddy baptismal records I have found a John and Bridget MORGAN who
may be the parents I am looking for. Can anyone help confirm the birthdates of the
three MORGAN sisters (Mary, Catherine, and Margaret born during 1865-1872), the
birth and death dates of their parents, and whether there were any other siblings?),
Jack Zoeller), [email protected]
MORNAN - (I am wondering if there were ever any MORNAN's in Galway. My
GGG-Grandfather and three of his sons (at least one was married. His child, my Great
Grandfather, was born at sea) emigrated to Jamaica, West Indies circa 1842 on the
ship Mary Wray. He was a Doctor of Music. I think my GG Grandfather was named
Philip, but there has been no authentication of this. I do not believe that they were
Roman Catholic.), Barbara Bueckert, [email protected]
MORRESSY/ MORRISSEY – (I’m looking for any traces on the MORRESSY
family name. The spelling is on the birth certificate copies but the modern version is
MORRISSEY. I have four names Martin b 1858, Eliza b 1865, Michael b 1867. And
their parents John b abt 1830 and Margaret [EGAN] b 1830. The family live in
Portumna. Anything would be interesting.), Bill Duan, [email protected]
MORRIS, Leo Causey, [email protected]
MORRIS - (John MORRIS was born in 1633 in Galway and emigrated to
Westmoreland, Virginia, U.S.A. John was among the persons transported by John
WYRE, et. al. for which he received a grant September 7, 1654. He was witness to
power of attorney, Westmoreland, Virginia, April 25, 1674. He died after 1713 in
Westmoreland, Virginia. He was married to Elizabeth Abt. 1637 in Westmoreland,
Virginia. They had a child named William MORRIS, b. 1659 in Westmoreland, VA,
and died in 1727 in Westmoreland, VA. His wife was named Elizabeth also.), Merrell
E. Davis, [email protected], 4067 Narragansett Ave., San Diego, CA 92107, USA
MORRISEY/MORRISSEY, County Galway- Providence of Connaught, 1797-1855,
(Given names: James, Bridget, Michael, Annie MORRISEY/MORRISSEY.),
Jeannine Morrissey/Hallard, [email protected], 8420 Bice Rd. Cridersville, Ohio
MOYLAN - (I am looking for information on MOYLAN family. My greatgrandmother was born about 1868 in Winfield, County of Galway, Ireland. Her
father's name was Patrick MOYLAN and her mother was Bridget CONROY. Mary
emigrated to Clinton, NY before 1893 - which is when and where she married my
great-grandfather, John Bernard Burns. She also had the following siblings: John,
Patrick, Sarah, Kate and Margaret.), Peggy Pace, [email protected]
MOYLAN - (I am looking for more information about John MOYLAN (1841-1923)
and his father Patrick (Darby) MOYLAN. He is buried in Kilmachdaugh near
Kinvara, John was married to Catherine (Kitty) FOGARTY, they had 12 children Name Birth Death (God Parents): Martin 11 Nov 1869 1933, Patrick 4 Jan 1871 1952
(Patrick FOGARTY & Julia FOGARTY), John Francis 20 Jun 1872 1955 (William
FOGARTY & Bridget NESTOR), Mary 13 Apr 1874 (Stephen FORD & Bridget
FOGARTY), James 18 Apr 1877 (Patrick LOUGHRY & Bridget FITZPATRICK),
Michael 26 Aug 1875 (Patrick FITZPATRICK & Catherine NESTOR), Margaret 1
May 1879 abt 1953 (Martin MOYLAN & Ellen FLYN), Malachy 25 Apr 1881 (D.
DONOHUE & Bridget DONOHUE), William 19 May 1883 abt 1914 (Patrick
CAMEDEL & Mary CAMEDEL), Bridget 06 Nov 1885 abt 1971 (Peter CARROLL
& Bridget FOGARTY), Thomas (my grandfather) 2 Jul 1887 27 Jun 1968 (Patrick
CARNEY & Bridget CARNEY), Ellen 24 Jan 1891 abt 1928 (Patrick Camedel &
Honor MURPHY). John's father is listed as Patrick MOYLAN on his marriage
certificate but he also went by the name Darby. Darby died on 20, Feb 1888 at the age
of 92, his son Patrick MOYLAN (John's brother) was present at the time of his death.
Darby was married to Kate MOYLAN who died 03, March 1895 at the age of 86. A
Michael MOYLAN was also living with John & Darby when John's son Martin was
born.), Ken Moylan, [email protected]
MOYLAN - (Researching a MOYLAN family from Rathcosgraove Ardrahan,
MOYLAN's include, Patrick, Michael, William, Nora and Mary. 1) Patrick
MOYLAN, b. 1818 Ire., d. 29 Feb. 1876, London On. Can., m. Mary BYRNES, b.
1825, Ire.,d. Oct. 16, 1894, London On Can. 2) Michael MOYLAN, b. 1819 Ire., d.
Oct. 3, 1899 Elgin Co.On. Can., m. Ellen HOGAN, b. 1825 Ire., d. Oct. 23, 1898,
Elgin County, On Can. 2) William MOYLAN, b. abt.,1824 Ire., d. June 16, 1899,
London On Can.,m. Annie KENNEDY, b. abt., 1837 Ire. d. May 11, 1902, London
On Can. 4) Mary MOYLAN, b. 1831 Ire., m. Anthony HEENAN, 1851 in Lucan On
Can., b. 1820 Ire. 5)Nora (Hanora) MOYLAN, b. abt., 1813, Ire., d. March 26, 1880,
Biddulph twp. On. Can. m. farmer, name unknown), Joe Moylan,
[email protected]
MULDOON, (Sarah Agnes MULDOON - I am researching this name, she was my
great grandmother and from Co. Galway. That is all I know, except that she married
John TIMON and moved to Mayo, the Roscommon.), D. McMahon D. McMahon,
[email protected]
MULHARE, Joseph, Aaran Island, 1700-1850, Valmai Hickey,
[email protected]
MULHERE - (John Francis MULHERE emigrated to New York, NY area (maybe
New Rochelle, NY) in early 1900's. The best information that we have is that he was
from the Galway area.), Timothy Mulhere, [email protected]
MULHERIN - (My Great Grand Parents came from Ireland. John MULHERIN and
Hannah CAMBELL born in Ireland. Son James Cornelious Mulherin and wife
Hannah Gildea both claim to be born in Ireland, James 1843 and Hannah in 1845.
Don't know what county but suspect Galway, Donegal or Mayo. Don't know if John
and Hannah came over for sure or when. James C. and Hannah were married and here
prior to 1867 as their oldest child was born in Stockton, PA. USA. Trying to find
where they are from as I am planning to visit next year.), Joseph Cavill,
[email protected]
MULHERN - (1850- looking family history. My grandfather is Joseph MULHERN
born in early 1900s. Died 1970's. Live in Boston, MA. Have many relatives in Boston
but no one knows of Irish past), [email protected]
MULHERN - (Seeking to trace ancestors who we think lived in West of Ireland,
Galway, Sligo, Roscommon in earlier part of 1800's. My ggrandfather John Joseph
MULHERN was born in Bradford Yorkshire UK in 1843 so his parents might have
been born 1810 -1820.), Peter Mulhern, [email protected]
MULKEARNS – (Trying to find information about John Francis MULKEARNS
born around 1858 Renvyle County Galway Eire Ireland. His father Patrick was a
farmer, mother Ellen nee WALSH. We think he immigrated to Australia around 1881,
married Jessie JOHNSTON in 1883 and had 10 children.), Kerryn Gatte,
[email protected]
MULKEARNS/ MULKERN/ MULKERRIN, Lettery, Galway, 1800-1870,
(Michael MULKEARNS was born in c.1795 according to a census entry from 1841
and was married to Bridget. In c.1875 a son, Patrick, immigrated to England and
settled in Newcastle upon Tyne & Gateshead area. We need to know more about
Michael & Bridget and any other children they may have had.), Chris McPhee,
[email protected]
emigrated to South Boston MA before 1881. Lived in Boston on Ewer St, Gustin St
and Woodward St worked as a laborer. He m. Catherine GALVIN-MULKERN. They
had at least four children: Mary Ann b.?, John Thomas b.1881, James Joseph b. 1884
and Catherine Agnes b. 1887), Galway, Sandy Mulkern-Kolosey,
[email protected]
MULKERN, 1850's to present. From Carna, Delia (Bridget) MULKERN born 1856
to John MULKERN and Barbara MALLOY. Went to US in 1870's, Carla,
[email protected]
MULKERN, Clifden, 1850 to present , (Stephen GAVAN and Honora MULKERN
of Clifden,Galway.), Bernice Montgomery, [email protected], 8 Mabel Street,
Atherton, Queensland, Australia 4883
MULKERN - (Michael MULKERN, B. Galway 1860, emigrated to the US, date
unknown, but married Bridget MCDONOUGH b. Galway in 1860, after they had
arrived in the US. Believed to have lived in Boston, MA for a while, moved to St.
Paul, MN and had three children who lived: Catherine 1893?, Michael 1893? and
Agnes 1898. all died in St. Paul Would like any information re any apparent relatives
of Michael MULKERN or Bridget MCDONOUGH), Samuel Cleveland,
[email protected], 9581 Bennett Place Eden Prairie, MN 55347, USA
MULKERN/MULKERRIN/MULKERAN - (Possibly Carna, Galway. Bridget
MULKERN married James GANNON. Had (at least) two sons, John (c1871-1916)
and Morgan (c1875-1916), and one daughter (?Mary) who married (?Patrick)
HICKEY. These three siblings emigrated to the US and lived in South Boston. John
GANNON married Bridget NEE.), Angela Harris, [email protected]
MULLALLY - (I am trying to trace relatives of my great grandparents Luke
MULLALLY (b.1850) and Bridget MULLALLY (b.1856) who lived in the Claddagh
district of Galway. Their children were John (1882), Michael (1883), William (1884),
and Thomas) 1894). As yet I have no indications of g.g.grandparents names, and
would appreciate any leads at all.), Tony Mullally, [email protected]
MULLALLY - I am trying to find information on the BROWNE/MULLALLY
family. My great-grandfather, Patrick BROWNE married Honor MULLALY, resided
in Galway in c1860. Their children were Bridget, John, Honor, Mary, and Ellen. My
grandmother Mary BROWN immigrated to Boston in 1911 and married Thomas
GILMORE. Any information on the MULLALY or BROWNE family would be
appreciated.), Rebecca Duncan, [email protected]
RONAN/RONAYNE c1840 in Gortnalea, Dunmore.) Maryann,
[email protected]
MULLARKEY - Mary, Dunmore, 1860 and earlier, Catholic, Robert Fathman,
[email protected], 5805 Tarton Circle N. Dublin OH 43017 USA
1870; Children:Patrick (1875-1945),Mary (1874-)(DUFFY),Owen (1875-),
Thomas(1871-) Family all lived in Dunmore, Galway. Looking for info regarding
parents or children.), Mary (Mullarkey) Wentzell, [email protected], 699
Sycamore Lane Grayslake, IL USA
MULLARKEY, Dunmore, Galway, (Thomas MULLARKEY born early 1800's but
dead by 1887. His son James (1860-1930) married Mary O'CONNOR or CONNOR in
Tuam and had six four children: Thomas, James, Mary Ellen, Margaret, Bridget and
Anne. My branch comes from Mary Ellen.), Jim Kucharski, [email protected]
MULLARKY/MULLARKEY - (Mary MULLARKY b 1856 Shanballymore,
Galway; daughter of Martin MULLARKY and Ellen (Eleanor) REDDINGTON who
were m Feb 23,1852. Mary m Patrick McCORMICK (b 1851) of Culkeen,
Roscommon) on Feb 19,1876 in Dunmore. They settled in Culkeen and had 8
children, all but one of whom emigrated to the U.S. in the early 1900's.), Siobhan,
[email protected]
MULLEN - (John L., Knockatogher, Kiltullagh. Married Bridget MANNING abt
1830 (probably from Brierfield, Abbeyknockmoy)), Anne M. Adams,
[email protected],
MULLEN, (Michael MULLEN, born 1828 in Gort, Galway, Ireland. He, his brother,
Peter, and sister, Catherine, came to USA together.), Martha Hyde,
[email protected], 8954 Arcade Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32216
MULLEN, Ballynakill Parish - Letterfrack, 1830s-1880's, (Michael MULLEN a
farmer in Letterfrack, had at least 1 daughter Margaret (b approx 1843). Margaret
married John FAHERTY on 23 Oct 1866 in Ballynakill Parish. Witness to marriage
was John MULLEN and Margaret FAHERTY with a note written under this entry in
register that said " Witness: Joseph McGUINNESS"), [email protected]
MULLEN, County Galway, 1820-1840, (I'm looking for the parents and siblings of
Patrick (b. c.1824), Dennis (b.c.1830), Hannah (b. c.1837) and Lawrence (b. c.1840)
MULLEN, believed in Co.Galway, Ireland. I have given their father the name of
Lawrence (?) MULLEN could be wrong. They were Roman Catholic.), LiRae Mullen
Sullins, [email protected], (Title of web page: The Crawford County Mullen's Home Page),
339 West Sea Avenue, Independence, Missouri, 64050-4323, USA
MULLEN - (Catherine A. MULLEN born approx. May 7, 1877. I believe she was
born in the Parish of Ballynakill, Diocese of Clonfert, Ireland. Her mother's maiden
name was Anne ROURKE and her fathers name was John MULLEN. They had 8 or 9
children, some of the names are as follows: Patrick, emigrated to the USA; Mary,
emigrated to the USA; Catherine, my grandmom, emigrated to the USA; Maggie,
came to the USA, but, returned to Ireland; Thomas; Michael; Lawrence; Timothy
(possibly); Jule (possibly). I have a very old address for a Michael MULLEN,
Turrean, Kyle Broch, PO Loughrea Co, Galway, Ireland on a very old piece of paper
and I don't know if anyone still lives at that address. My Grandmom could not read or
write so information was not very easily obtained and I believe all correspondence
with Ireland stopped when they arrived in America due to illiteracy.), Pat Moore,
[email protected]
MULLEN - Daniel Wolftone FAY/FAHY/FAHEY/FAYE b. ca. 1834-36 County
Galway, Ireland, d. 1925 Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married in 1858
Louisville, KY to Catherine Mary MULLEN who died in Iowa in 1902. In the 1880
census Daniel is away from home. Along with Catherine and their children is a
NIESTER, Michael aged 60 shown as widow. He is listed as "father". He was born in
Ireland as were his parents. My query would be - whose father? Catherine was a
MULLEN (was he her step-father?) - Daniel was a FAHEY/FAY/etc. (was he his
step-father? Daniel immigrated 1853 and Catherine 1856 according to the 1900
census which asks for this information.), Ruby Simonson McNeill,
[email protected],
MULLIN - (My great-grandmother, Mary Margaret MULLIN, born May 22, 1883
and immigrated to the USA in 1903 is listed as being from Milltown, County Galway.
Her father was John MULLIN who married Mary McGINN. They were Catholic.),
Marie Veerkamp, [email protected]
MULLIN/MULLINS/MOULLIN - (I would like to find out some information about
the MULLIN/MULLINS/MOULLIN, to name a few. I have a name of Nicolas
(MOULLIN)MULLIN who was born abt.1770 and died before 1815. He died in
Gaspe Quebec, Canada as far as I know. He married Elizabeth COFFIN about 1799.
That’s all the information we have on him. In another printout we have a Nicolas
living in Guernsey between 1730-1760. Do you have any information of these people
as I have information on MULLIN’S and the many other spellings living in Ireland, in
the Connaught area.), Linda Mullin, [email protected]
MULLINS - (Thomas MULLINS and wife Bridget CAREY they had a farm
WOODLANDS, Atherny, County Galway Ire.of their children we know of 4 Redmond who became a Priest (?) John b 1818 came to Aust and hence our descent
and two other sons one of which was Knighted (?) both went to war. Would like to
make contact with other researching this family.), Ronnie Bates,
[email protected]
MULLINS, Ballymacward, Co. Galway, 1800's, (I have a record of my great
grandfather's baptismal certificate from St. Peter & Paul's parish in Ballymacward.
His name was Michael MULLINS. He was the son of Patrick MULLINS and Mary
KINDREGAN. He was born on October 3rd in 1865 and came to the states in 1892.
He had two brothers, Patrick and John and three sisters named Delia, Mary, and
Catherine), Kerri Ann Mullins, [email protected]
MULLINS - (John MULLINS and Sarah Catherine MURRAY were married 1840 at
Athenry County Galway, Ireland. John MULLINS and his wife Sarah and son Patrick,
left Plymouth on 1st November 1841 on the Sailing Ship "Rogulus" arriving in the
Port Phillip Colony on the 19th February 1842. They settled at Fyansford Geelong
Victoria. Their property was called "Woodlands", named after John's parents property
in Athenry Ireland.), Ronnie Bates, [email protected],
MULROE - Margaret, Bohan(e) Co. Galway, 1840 - 1900, Dennis Blake,
[email protected], Plymouth, Michigan
MULROONEY, Ballygar, Co Galway, 1940 & previous, (Looking for any details
concerning James MULROONEY Senior (died circa 1945 aged 52) and his wife
Bea/Brigid MULROONEY (nee GERRAGHTY), died 1988 who lived in Tully,
Ballygar, Co Galway. Also any further information concerning their brothers and
sisters (ref. Cloonlyon, outside Ballygar, Co Galway)), James Mulrooney,
[email protected] and [email protected]
MULROONEY, Dunmore, Galway, 1810 - 1842, Brenda Thomsen,
[email protected]
MULRY- My objective is to find any relational link between the following two
individuals: 1. Thomas Maurice MULRY, born Dec. 25, 1828, to Winifred and
Patrick MULRY (1792-1832), in County Galway, Ireland. Thomas emigrated to NY
in 1837 or 1838. Large number of descendants on east coast. 2. Patrick MULRY, born
Dec. 25, 1831, to Mary DRISKIN and John MULRY in County Galway, Ireland.
Family lore places him in Moylough. Emigrated > IN 1864 or 1865 > Cincinnati
where he married Bridget Mclaughlin (1839-1919), then > WI where he died in 1897.
Patrick had a brother John (m. to B. CONNELLY). John's grandaughter Delia Dowd
KELLY (Michael) lived in Annaghmore, Moylough until 1970s? Her daughter was
Della (Paul) MCWALTER. A family church mentioned at Kilkerrin. Patrick's sister,
M., married to J. HUGHES of Chicago. Since Thomas and Patrick were not brothers,
sharing a paternal grandfather would be the closest possible link.), Gregg Mulry,
[email protected], N4707 Hill Road, Black River Falls, WI 54615
MULRYAN/MALRYAN - (I am seeking any links to my great grandmother Mary
MULRYAN/MALRYAN who came to New Zealand in the 1860's. We have very
little information but think she may have come from Galway or Clare County. Her
father's name was Martin MULRYAN and her mother was Mary SMALL.), Mereana
Roberts, [email protected]
MULRYAN, Glenamaddy. Galway, Parish of Boyounagh, (Thomas MULRYAN
born 12 January 1848 to Thomas Mulryan and Catherine Egan.), Gloria Mulryan
Eaton , [email protected], P.O. Box 1367, Pembroke, Ga. 31321-1367 U.S.A.
MULVEAGH, Galway, 1800-1950, (Searching for references to the name
'MULVEAGH'), Margflo, [email protected]
MULVIHILL - (Judith MULVIHILL born circa 1824 Galway. Arrived in South
Australia 1847 aboard Trafalgar, married Michael WALSH 1848 Adelaide South
Australia. My main aim is to find information that will give me a location in Galway.
On her death certificate it states parents Michael HOLLIGHAM and Mary
HOLLIGHAN (doesn't make sense) son was informant.), Trish,
[email protected]
MULVOY - (Seeking information on James MULVOY, Born Circa 1838, Galway
West Riding. Member of Irish Police Force 1859 to 1868. Resigned to immigrate to
Australia.), Jim Fahy, [email protected]
MUNROE – (My Great Grandmother's maiden name was Bridget McCABE. She
might have born in Co. Galway, but I know she lived in Headford, Co. Galway after
her marriage. She was born around 1848 and was an orphan who lived with relatives.
Family lore says she had at least one brother and one sister, one (both?) of whom
possibly emigrated to Australia. Bridget married Martin MUNROE and lived in
Headford, Co. Galway, where their first three children were born. Between 1875 and
1879, the family emigrated, in stages, to the U. S. and settled in Wilmington,
Delaware, where five more children were eventually born; one of these children was
my maternal Grandmother. I know almost nothing about Bridget McCABE but she is
said to have been related to a Catholic Bishop.), Sheila Swierczewski,
[email protected]
MURDOCK - (James MURDOCK born abt 1780 Diocese of Tuam, Connaught
Province, Ireland & Mary TULLY born abt 1785 Tuam.), Amanda Curran,
[email protected], Nowra, NSW, Australia
MURPHY (John b. 1834; son of Timothy MURPHY & Helena CULLEN or
Catherine CULLINAN), Annaghdown Galway, Frances Kemp, [email protected]
MURPHY - (John MURPHY b. circa 1850 m. Mary HEAV(E)Y and had children
Patrick m. Theresa HIGGINS, Catherine m. Michael BODKIN, Thomas went to US
and m. Margeret JENNINGS, Michael m. Katie MURRAY, and Bridget m. John
NOLAN (from Skehena, Menlough, Co. Galway)) Kilconnell, Ballinasloe, Co.
Galway, 1800+, Frank Geary, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Michael MURPHY (Loughrea) m Mary SHERMAN (LoughreaBoston) .Michael Joseph MURPHY (1863 Loughrea -1936 US) m Katherine
LAWLOR (1857 Mooncoin Kilkenny-1930 US): went to Spring Hill NS in 1885, to
Boston 1891, Cape Cod 1896), 1840-1940, Loughrea Galway, Patricia Powers
Schlesinger, [email protected], New Hampton NH USA
MURPHY - (Catherine MURPHY b. Abbeyknockmoy, Co Galway, abt 1868.
Parents Martin MURPHY and Nora GRIMES. Siblings were Bridget, Martin and
Steven-who immigrated to Pa; James who immigrated to NYC; and Honor. She was
married in1886 to William LALLY. They had 2 children in Abbey - Mary in 1886
and Thomas in 1895. Catherine immigrated to Pa without William and gave birth to
daughter Catherine in 1908 in SW Pa.), Fran Malloy Alexander, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Patrick MURPHY, father of Bridget MURPHY, m. Patrick ROCHE ca.
1880s to 1920s (See ROCHE)), Tuam?, Co. Galway, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Andrew MURPHY born in Galway in 1853. He married Ellen DOYLE
born 1858 and moved to New Brunswick), John Murphy,
[email protected]
MURPHY - (John MURPHY, Annaghdown, Co. Galway. B.1834 to Timothy
MURPHY & Catherine CULLINAN (married at Tuam 1820). Possible sibling of
John: Peter b. 1835. John joined the British Army at Dublin 1n 1852 and on discharge
in 1870 took up residence in Halifax, NS. He died in Saint John, NB in 1891.),
Frances G. Kemp, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Michael MURPHY born circa 1814 Galway, married: Jane
McDONNELL. Was a Farmer, Two sons born in Galway, Patrick b. 1852 and James
born 1853. 1814 - 1854 - family immigrated to U.S.A.), Mary Browne,
[email protected]
MURPHY - (James MURPHY, md abt. 1852 Catherine GREADY/GRADY lived in
Kilcolgan Parish, Galway - children: Bridget, Mary, Honor, Mary, & Catherine.),
Judy Lubinski, [email protected], 7 Wilson St., Lynn, Ma. 01902-3524
MURPHY - (Luke MURPHY, was born about 1817 perhaps in the County Galway
area. He and his brother or cousin came to Ontario, Canada around 1845. Luke
married Mary HAWKINS (unsure of last name), Tom Murphy, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Searching for Hugh WARD and wife, Mary MURPHY 1830-1890
possibly Meelick Parish, Kilduf?), Anita Duvall, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Researching MURPHY in Killeeley, Kilcolgan area.), Jack Keating,
[email protected]
MURPHY - (John MURPHY born Annaghdown C1834, the son of Timothy
MURPHY and Catherine CULLINAN. Settled in Nova Scotia then New Brunswick,
Canada.), Frances Kemp, [email protected]
MURPHY, Tuam, 1800's, Carmel Burns, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Edith MURPHY daughter of Bridget and John Richard MURPHY born
c 1852 in Galway married Nicholas COLUMBUS in Christchurch New Zealand.),
Judith Collins, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Martin MURPHY b. abt. 1833 County Galway, to USA abt. 1860
Massachusetts m. Bridget MAHON 1860. Martin d. 1864 Illinois. Children: Mary b.
1861, Frank b. 1862, Anne C. 1864. Martin's parents were Frank MURPHY and
Katherine.), Bernard S. Jackson, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Thomas MURPHY had a daughter Bridget b c 1840 Galway Ireland.
She married Michael FLYNN 7th OCT 1859. They had a daughter Mary Agnes
FLYNN b Galway c1860. The family moved to Australia with Mary Agnes and her
mother Bridget arriving in 1867 but haven't found Michael's arrival. There were other
children born in Victoria Australia. Any help with this family please contact sender.),
Evelyn, emh_37[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this email address.
MURPHY - (Thomas MURPHY had a daughter Bridget who married Michael
FLYNN Galway 1860. Bridget and Michael had a daughter Mary Agnes b Galway
1860. Family came to Australia by 1867.), Evelyn, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Edward MURPHY, married to MANNION, Margaret about 1874-75
Rockhills Galway. Known children Martin Joseph MURPHY born October 1875 and
Edward Murphy born 1878. Martin Joseph MURPHY ended his days in New
Zealand. He married Elizabeth Alice WHITEHEAD in Wellington NZ in 1904 and
died some time before 1920.), Brian Murphy, [email protected], 1149
Whangaparaoa Road, Gulf Harbour 1463, New Zealand
MURPHY - (John MURPHY born about 1802 in Galway, married Margaret
ROBINSON before 1852 probably Galway, was living in Staffordshire Eng.1852. He
died after 1881.), Ann Marie Coghlan, [email protected]
MURPHY - (Michael MURPHY born about 1830 who went to Cheshire and married
Julia Surname unknown, possibly RONAN. All info or contact regarding this would
be appreciated.), Steff Wright, [email protected]
MURPHY – (My Grandfather was Thomas O'KEEFFE of Galway, born1901, moved
to Dublin. MyGrandmother was Kathleen (MULDOWNEY) O'KEEFFE of Dublin,
born 1900. Great Great Grandfather: John O'KEEFFE of Glenamaddy, Co. Galway,
born 1867. Great Great Grandmother: Hannah (MURPHY) of Co. Galway, born
1875. Great Great Great Grandmother: Mary MURPHY of Co. Galway, born 1857,
widowed by 1911 Census and came to live with her daughter Hannah. I'd like to find
out about Mary MUPHY, her maiden name? Her husband? And if Hannah had any
sister? I'd also like to find out more about John O'KEEFFE, his parents and siblings.),
maireadok8[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
MURRAY - (Margaret F. MURRAY b 1908 Chicago, IL. Parents were Michael John
MURRAY b 1868 in Slieve, Dunmore Parish, Galway and Margaret QUINN b 1876,
Galway. Her parents were Andrew or Patrick QUINN and Catherine CLARK.
Michael's parents were John MURRAY and Celia/Cecilia KELLY), Eleanor,
[email protected]
MURRAY, Townland of Allendarrah, near Woodford, Time: 1840+, Sue Boyland,
[email protected], 5 Bow Court, Esperance, WA 6450, Australia
MURRAY - (James MURRAY and Bridget RAUGHTREE his wife, were flour
millers, who lived in Athenry, County Galway, Ireland. We know of two sons and one
daughter Sarah b 1817 - in this family. There may have been others. The two
sonswent to America, and started a flour mill and they became very wealthy, but
never married. Sarah Catherine, the daughter, came to Australia. Would like to make
contact with others researching this family.), Ronnie Bates ,
[email protected]
MURRAY - (In 1868 Catherine MURRAY of Dunmore Parish, Galway Co, married
James LAWLOR of Wicklow Co. They had eight children, one of which married
Bernard McALEER, who had a son Bernard McALEER Jr. who had a daughter
Dorothy who was my mother.), Jamie Cummings, [email protected], Pittsburgh,
MURRAY - (Searching Thomas MURRAY,born in Galway (Co. or Town?) 10
October, 1837. Parents: Thomas Charles or Charles Thomas MURRAY, mother
possibly Margaret. Emigrated to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada ca. 1860. Died
in Saint John, NB. 1916. A Shoemaker by trade. Searching for brother of Thomas
MURRAY. He was Charles MURRAY, born 24 December, 1847 in Galway (City or
County?) Also a Shoemaker by trade. He emigrated to Saint John,New Brunswick,
Canada in 1870. Died in Saint John, N.B.,Canada 1909.), Shirley Kirk,
[email protected], 22 Limardo Drive, Dartmouth,NS Canada,B3A3X5
MURRAY - (Margaret (or Maggie) MURRAY married Martin John CLEARY 14.9.1908 in Peter's Wells, or Peter MURRAY married Bridget DEVINEY 19.8.1878 in Peter's Wells. With 8 other brothers and sisters over 2 generations. Time
from 1850 to 1910. Located in Doire Bhui, Derrawee, Peter's Wells and Chevy Chase
near Gort (to the east/southeast) in southern Galway. Family members emigrated to
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; Perth, Western Australia; and Council Bluffs, Iowa,
USA.), Philip Lauchs, [email protected]
MURRAY - (I am looking for any information on my great-grandmother's family
MURRAY of Talbot Island. She was Celia MURRAY born in 1850, married James
FLAHERTY in Clifden in 1866. Celia's father was Michael MURRAY of Talbot
Island. I would appreciate any information on the Murray family, Talbot Island, etc.),
[email protected]
MURRAY, Inishark, 19th & 20th centuries, Eileen Prince, [email protected]
MURRAY, Clifden area, 19th & 20th centuries, Eileen Prince, [email protected]
MURRAY - (Malachy MURRAY and wife Cecilia GORMAN arrived Australia 1844
"Sea Queen" - departed Galway 4-1-1844. Five children born Melbourne Victoria:
Mary Ann 1848, John Joseph 1845, Cecilia c1855 James 1849, Francis c 1854. I am
descendant of James - unable to find deaths in Australia of Malachy and Cecilia as a
consequence unable to find any details of their births/marriages in Galway.), Pam
Barnbrook, [email protected]
MURRAY - (My gt. grandfather Michael MURRAY born 1835 Galway his father's
name was Stephen MURRAY (occupation Seaman) and his mother's name was Mary
KING. Michael MURRAY moved to Dumbarton Scotland and married a Bridget
CHURCHILL in 1855 she was also from Galway.), [email protected]
MURRAY - (Festus MURRAY, 29, living Turbot married Mary HOLLERAN of
Coolacloy in 1872. Fathers listed as 'dead'. Think Festus was son of Patrick of
Coolacloy or Michael of Turbot. Do you have anything on these families?), Eileen
Prince, [email protected]
MURRAY - (Looking for information on my GrGr Grandfather, Patrick MURRAY,
he was born about 1839, Dunmore Co.Galway. He married Margaret CONRY born
abt 1837 and they lived in Bishop St Dunmore, I believe they had a lodging house.
They had a son John Murray (My Gr Grandfather) who married Mary BRENNAN
from Tuam, I am unsure if there were other siblings. I am interested in hearing from
others researching similar names in the vicinity of Dunmore/Tuam.), Ann,
[email protected] [This e-mail address is out of date – please advise updated
MURRAY - (I'm looking for any info on Annie MURRAY, born in Ireland appx.
1846. She married Heinrick VAN MANEN (from Holland) in Brooklyn, NY around
1865.), Rich Van Manen, [email protected]
MURRAY - (Looking for info on Annie MURRAY, my gr.,gr., grandmother. She
married Henry VAN MANEN (from Holland). in Brooklyn NY around 1864. They
had a son Thomas. Annie was born in Ireland. Any info will help.), Rich Van Manen,
[email protected]
MURRAY - (I am looking for information regarding Edward MURRAY and wife
Sarah - 1851 Census of Galway County only gives birth year (no actual dates) and no
maiden name for Sarah. 2 children were born William and Robert Edward MURRAY
- any information is appreciated.), Michelle Proctor, [email protected]
MURRAY, Kilrickle/Kilreekle area - (Michael MURRAY's daughter, Mary Ann,
moved to Kensington, London in 1860s and married Patrick MAHON from Grange /
New Inn in 1867. The young family then moved to Brooklyn, NY in 1870.), Pat
Wood, celtictwigs[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
MURRAY - (John MURRAY supposedly came from Aran Islands, Galway. He
married Mary SMITH also from Aran Islands. Both were born between 1795-1805.
They moved to Ballymore, Armagh County sometime around 1815-1820's. Children:
Benard William, Margaret, Mary Anne, Ellen, Elizabeth, John, Matthew, William
Michael, Martha, Edward and James. They emigrated from Ireland to Quebec around
1853 with all their children.), [email protected]
MURRY - (John, son of John MURRY and Catherine (McDONNELL) born 1844 Co
Galway. Married Mary CUFFE and moved to England. Was living in Heckmondwike,
Yks by 1872), Mary Rogers, [email protected]
MYLES or MILES, Aughrim parish, (Seeking any information on the ancestry
and/or siblings of Ann MYLES, who married Martin DOHERTY. She was born about
1797, the daughter of Andrew and Bridget (?) MYLES. Emigrated to the USA and
died in Providence, Rhode Island in 1881.), Lisa, [email protected]
MYLETT - (MYLETT family possibly from Galway City prior to 1854. Specifically
looking for an Andrew MYLETT who was married to a Catherine CHURCHILL both
from Ireland and both came to the US between 1852 and 1854. Their son John
MYLETT was born during the trip across the ocean to the US. John settled in NYC
but I have no record of his parents other than their names on his death certificate and
family stories. Any other MYLETT info from Co. Galway would be appreciated as
well.), James Mylett, [email protected]
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