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SurnameList MemberRemarks
"D" Section
DAAWSONDick Dickinson 
DAILY, Martha Jane
Born: 02 April 1854, in Ballyness, Londonderry
CDHer parents were Thomas and Ellen Hevern Daily. She had 8 brothers,I do not have their names. She left Ireland about 1877 and came to America. I beleive she was the only one to leave.
DALTON, ThomasTeresa
or Brian
possibly from CORK Area
came over to England during the patato famine
daughter: Nellie Rose Agnes DALTON
born 19.04.1885
d 10.02.1938 London Area
DALYMelanie DalyTuam Co. Galway
DALY, Bridget,
b. 1806
Garth PatrickCo. Clare - AU (1830)
DALY, Ellen
born late 1840s in Cork City
Eileen Dillon Kightlingermarried John LYONS in 1870s and had 3 children: Julia, John and Denis born in Cork City. Julia LYONS, their sister, was my grandmother.
DALEY/DALY/alias DAWLEY, Malachi Sr.
Malachi, Jr.
Michael
Carmeni have Malachi senior, Malachi junior and Michael all tried in County Cork in 1823. All convicted and transported to australia for life aboard the Lonach 1825. At the time of the trial all were residents of Gooseberry Hill County Clare. The spellings on Malachi could be Malachy, Malacky, Malarky and the alias Mathew was also used. One they reached New south wales all except Michael dissapear.
DALY, JosephEmma Dundonmarried Nancy FITZGERALD
Parents of Edmund Dundon. Butter Market
DANAHY, Michael not listedhttp://www.familytreemaker.com/users/d/a/n/Michael-C-Danahy/index.html
DANAHY/DENAHY John,
b. 6 May 1838
son of Michael & Hannah (Johannah)
(Donohue) DENAHY MichaelCo. Kerry - Boston, 30 June 1856 on James Nesmith from Liverpool
DANCY, Pockerage
B: 1812 in Ire
D: 16 DEC.1894 in So. Crosby Twp., Leeds Co. Ont. Can
Iimmigrated in 1824 from Co. Armagh, No Ire
Lin HendricksonM: Eleanor Topping on 19 Nov.1835 in So. Crosby Twp., Leeds Co., Ont. Can
Children: JOHN, EDWARD, JANE, RACHEL, ALMEDA, SARAH and ELIZABETH.
Pockrage could have been called POCKRICH. I believe that his name was changed from either PADRAIG DARCY, or PADRAIG DONAGHY, by the immegration people when he arrived in Canada.
DAVID, Abigail
Ca. 1752
ACooper LambDaughter of David DAVID
M: LAMB, William on February 15, 1777, in the City of Wilmington, NC
had three sons. Joseph Lamb, William Lamb ca 1783 - 1862 and John D. Lamb ca 1779.
DAVID, David
D: March 3, 1775
ACooper LambSon of Phillip David who died in 1747.
DAVID, Phillip
D: 1747
ACooper LambFather of David.
DAVISSheila 
DAVISarthur.roberts2Treuddynn-Flints
DAVISPaul DavisTipperary - Dublin
DAVIS, John RobertBelindaborn 1838 Tyrone Ireland, and his wife Catherine NORTON born 1840 Tipperary Ireland. They had a son Edward Patrick DAVIS born 1864 at Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia. He married Emma May MANNING in 1897 at Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria
DAWSONPaul DavisCounties: Wicklow
DAWSONpatti wilkinN.J.
DAY, Mary Annlegarthm>M: John LESLIE about late 1830's, lived Parish of Aglish Diocese Ardfert Aghadoe.
The Mother of Mary Ann may have been a BLENNERHASSET .
DEANEDick Dickinson 
DEIGHAN, Michael
b 1828 born prob Co Tyrone
DonaleneParents: James and Ann (Mulcahy) Deighan.
m 1853 Sandusky OH to Bridget O'Neill
DELANEY, MaryCharlotteTemplemore, Co Tipperary, Ireland
Born ca. 1800
DELANEY, Thomas
b abt 1806 Kilkenney?
d ? Canada
Alexsam Mary (?). 3 children Catherine, b 1839 & twins Edward & Thomas b abt 1841. Left for Canada abt 1842 & settled Nepean Twp, Carlton Cty, Ontario
DEMPSEYAnne Carty AdamsCloonkeen, Moylough, GAL, IRL>PA, USA
DEMPSEY, James
B: 1843
TheresaM: CROWIN
Children: PATRICK, MARGARET, MARY A, MICHAEL, ELLEN, JULIA, JANEY, WILLIE/td>
DESMOND, Johanna (Hannah)JillEmigrated to US before 1860
M: NcCARTHY, Patrick of Ireland
Moved to IL between 1865 - 1870
DEVERS-(DIVER, DIVERS, O DUIBHIR),
Francis X.
b. 1840 on Tory Island, Tullaghobegley, Co. Donegal
Colleen O'ByrneEmigrated to US @ 1868. Settled in Allentown, Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania (PA).
M: Mary A. SWEENEY in 1870.
Children: Mary, Owen, William, Margaret, Francis, Catherine, James, Edward, Neal and Daniel.
Frank possibly had a brother, Andrew, b. 1845.
Andrew's parents were Edward and Sarah.
DEVERS have relations in Carbon, Schuylkill, Luzerne and Philadelphia Counties.
DEVERSandy WEIRDonnegal
immigrated to western Pa and northeastern OH.
DEVINEconaughtnear Brackloon, County Mayo
DEVINE, PatrickChristinaM: 1871 to Ellen CASEY in Ballymahon, Co Longford
DEWART, James Maxwell
B: BORN-1860-1870 IRELND
pifoxWEB SITE:
http://sites.netscape.net/INVESTIGATORFOX/homepage
moved to GLASGOW SCOTLAND
DICKENPaul DavisPrestbury-Cheshire
DICKINSONDick Dickinson 
DILLON, JamesNeelieKmarried Anastasia LEAMEY (born 1870 in Nenagh) either before or after they left Ireland and emigrated to New York City in 1890s. They were my grandparents. I am looking for info on his parents and grandparents his parents were James DILLON (born 1841, was a shoemaker and farmer and died 1925 in Thurles?) married Lizzie K'NEARNS or KNEARNS/KEARNS (born? and died in 1938 in Thurles?) - his grandparents were James DILLON (born 1820 and died at age 103 in Thurles?) The first wife (name uknown) died young and second wife was his sister-in-law (name unknown). - any info on the LEAMEY (or LEAMY) family in Nenagh and Thurles is needed.
DIXONJudith Byrne Pendle Forest
DODDSLarry Dodds 
DOHERTY, CatherineconaughtCarrowbaun, Swinford. Great Grandmother Catherine Doherty Smith was from Carrowbaun, her father was Thomas and I know of at least one brother by the name of Michael Doherty and don't know if Rose Doherty is a sister or sister - in - law also a Mary Doherty.
DOLANAnne Carty AdamsBrierfield, Abbeyknockmoy, GAL, IRL> New York, NY>Philadelphia, PA, USA
DOLAN, Ellen

born about 1829
d about ????
Myra Duffymarried: MANNING, Bryan of the townland of Wilmount, County Meath
Children: **Ellen Manning b 1852 Wilmount, Co Meath. Died 1919 Glasgow; Bridget Manning b 1854 Wilmount, Co Meath; Arie (Anne?) Manning b 1857 Wilmount Co Meath; Margaret Manning 1859 Wilmount, Co Meath; Sally Manning 1864 Wilmount, Co Meath; Elizabeth Manning b 1866 Wilmount Co Meath; **Laurence John Manning b 1869 Wilmount, Co Meath
DOLAN, James
b. Abt. 1815, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland
d. ? Ireland
M CaseyMarried: Maria Gordon, b. Abt. 1819, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland, d. ? Ireland
Children: Frank/Francis Dolan b. 1839 Kiltycloger, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland, d: 1904, Scranton, PA N: Mary E. Malia b. Ireland, m. Abt. 1871, d: 1930, Scranton, PA
Margaret Dolan, b. June 1841, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland
Bernard/Brian Dolan, b. April 1843, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland d: 1909, NYC M: Bridget Larkin, b. 1846, Ireland, d. 9-5-1909, m. 2-23-1868, d: 1909, Scranton, PA
Marie (Anna) Dolan, b. 1845, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland, d. 2-7-1905, Scranton, PA, M: William English, m. Abt. 1869, Scranton, PA, d. abt. 1878, Scranton, PA
2nd husband: James Patterson, m. Abt. 1880, d: 1921,Scranton, PA
Children: Charles Dolan, b. 10-20-1847, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland
James Dolan, b. May 1851, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland
Michael Dolan, b. July 14, 1853, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland, d. 5-27-1927, Denver, Colorado, M: Mary Jane Morrison, b. 1-1-1856, d. 8-26-1237, Denver, Colorado, M: 23-1881, Yankton, The DakotasMbrJames Dolan, b. 5-20-1856, Cloonclare Parish, Cty. Leitrim, Ireland, d: unknown
DOLLYAnne Carty AdamsAbbeyknockmoy, GAL, IRL> Moorestown, NJ, USA
DONAHUE, EllenMaureen HodgsonIreland no dates but before 1840
DONNELLY, JamesconaughtBallygruby, Moneymore, County
M: Catherine Mackle before 1887
DONOHUEUnknown 
DONOVAN, Daniel
of County Cork
JulieDAUGHTER MARY WHO MARRIED THOMAS LYNCH ALL SO FORM COUNTY CORK. THEY CAME TO AMERICA AROUND 1888 AND HAD 9 CHILDREN
DOODYMary McGillSearching for these families, probably, from Cork and Waterford, but not positive. They emigrated to Newfoundland probably before the famine.
DOOLEY, ?????
M: ????? McManus
Marge Duffy VirgulakChildren: Pete - stayed in Ire; never married.; Bridget - 'Bidey' ; stayed in Ire; never married.; Michael -settled in Summit; d: 1948 at age 75; (children: Thomas, Edward, James, William, John, and Mary.); Jim - settled in Troy, NY (Margaret, John, Mary, Helen); John - settled in Summit; d: Sept, 1928.; Edward - 'Ned"; came to America; later returned to Ire and died there.; (Francis, John, Margaret, Mary); Margaret - settled in Summit - married Pat Egan ??; Mamie - lived in Summit; stayed with the Flemings; never married; d: on Christmas Eve in 1932 or 33.; Michael, Jim, John and Edward emigrated to America in the 1890's
John Dooley married Johanna Sullivan. She came from the Kilarney area. John died in Sept,1928 and Johanna in Feb, 1946. Their children are: Peg, Catherine (Kit), Marie, Ed, Bill, Joe, John
DOOLEY, Eliza
b. 1831, Ireland, Queens County
Marge Duffy Virgulakparents - most likely Thomas DOOLEY and Mary KEENAN, d. April 5, 1881, 6 Staple Street, NY, NY, lived in NY and US for 20 years(1861), buried in Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, NY with Katherine Dooley, (above) occupation - domestic, also never married. Believe Katherine and Eliza are sisters.
DOOLEY, Katherine
b. 1825, Ireland, Queens County
Marge Duffy Virgulakparents Thomas DOOLEY and Mary KEENAN, d. March 23, 1909, 550 West 48th St., NY, NY, lived in NY and US for 60 years(1849), buried in Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, NY. Occupation - cook, never married
DOOLEY, Richard
born 1855 in Ireland
Ann & Don Nolanfamily hearsay is that it was in Westmeath County but I have been unable to find any information confirming that. He came to the US in 1882 m.Anna McDermot in 1882-84? and settled in Harrison, Hudson County, NJ. They had seven children. Richard died in 1907 and is buried in NJ. That is all the info I have. If anyone can give me more or the way to search, I sure would appreciate it.
DORAN, Bridget "Delia"
born in Ireland in 1846
Maureen ShelleyM: LYNCH, Martin in Ireland in 1864
eight children between 1864-1878, of whom only 3 are known: Nora Lynch married John "JB" Shannon, Catherine Lynch married John Sullivan, Delia Lynch married William Costello, another daughter married a Cotter.
DORE/DOREYMarion Mabire Gray I am looking for any DORE, DOREY or other variation in Ireland. I have some Dorey's from Guernsey, Channel Islands and other parts of the world Would be happy to share anything I have with others.
DORGANEmma DundonJohn & Jane? parents of Mine Dorgan.
DORROUGH, MatthewBeryl Whatson1828 in Strabane. to Martha Jane BOGLE
DOUGHERTY, JohnJim McGuiganborn in Belfast mid 1800's
passed away there in the 1930's
was active in the Orange Lodge
worked for the Harland and Wolff shipping Co.
DOWDALL of BallygrubyconaughtMoneymore, Artrea Parish, County Derry to North Attleboro, Mass., 1907.
DOWDALL, Arthurconaught1860s to the US
DOWDALL, Henryconaughtof Ballygruby and Magadone, Moneymore, County Derry
Husbaband of McGAHAN, Brigid
DOWDALL, Mary McIVER
born abt. 1800
conaughtMaghadone, Moneymore, County Derry
DOWDALL, Sarahconaughtto Philadelphia for 13 years end of 1890s then back to Ballygruby
DOWDALL, Teresaconaughtto Philadelphia for 13 years end of 1890s then back to Ballygruby
DOWNEYJanet RudeCounty Down or Donegal
DOWNEY, Edward
b 1873 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
died in 1928
John ASHURSTBelieved to have eloped with Margaret Curran in 1902/3
M: in St Josephs Church Longsight Manchester in 1903
reputed to have been a Groom in one of the large houses close to Castlecomer where a MARGARET CURRAN was working as a Lady's maid or Governess
had a career on the Railway where he held a high position in the N.U.R
DOWNEY, EllenJohn ASHURSTb 1883 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
Died in Manchester, 21/12/1967
DOWNEY, HenryJohn ASHURSTbelieved to be married to Maggie Kealey
DOWNEY, JamesJohn ASHURSTdied in Cork.
DOWNEY, Martin (Patrick?)John ASHURSTb 1844 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
DOWNEY, MartinJohn ASHURSTb 1892 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
DOWNEY, MaryJohn ASHURSTb 189144 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
DOWNEY, MichaelJohn ASHURSTDied in the 1914/1918 war
DOWNEY, PatrickJohn ASHURSTb 1881 Lwr Firoda, Castlecomer, CO Kilkenny
DOWNHAMJudith ByrneYorkshire
DRISCOLL
Cork area
Susan ArnoldMother Margaret came to USA with at least 2 sons. Knight DRISCOLL born 1834 in Ireland and Daniel DRISCOLL born 1832. Came to USA before 1870. Settled in Wellsville New York. Not sure of other children or husband. Margaret shows up on census living with Knight and his family as his mother. Margaret's maiden name may of been HAYES. Knight's real name may of been Michael.Knight is my greatgrandfather
DOYNEChristopher Richardsfrom Wexford
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmricha/index.htm
DRAFFIN, DavidBelindaM: Mary YOUNG had a son, John DRAFFIN b. 1813 at Cavan County Ireland who married Nancy CHAMBERS. They had a son, Robert DRAFFIN born 1850 at Cavan County Ireland. His wife was Christina LOWRIE. They were married in 1879 at Victoria, Australia. They had a daughter Jessie Cecelia DRAFFIN (my ggrandmother) b. 1884 and who died 3 November 1941 at Mildura Victoria Australia. Jessie was married to Richard Augustus TURVEY born 1871 at Rupanyup Victoria Australia. Christina and Robert's other children were Robert b. 1880, Agnes 1881, Isaac 1885, Jane 1886, Albert 1888, Emelia 1888, Stanley 1892 and another Albert 1894.
DRAYCOTT, Joseph Mansfield
B: in ireland around 1896 -1900
Karen Camplinghe left ireland in 1914 to join the english army and then settled in Northampton England after the war.
DUCEY/DUSEYMargaret McNabCORK/WATERFORD
DUCKETT, Richard
Of Traymore, Co Waterford.
Loretta Myrterson of JAMES DUCKETT and step-brother of THOMAS DUCKETT, founder of DUCKETTS GROVE CASTLE, Co. Carlow.
Attempting to trace my g.g.g. grandfather, PATRICK DUCKETT, married to ANN CASHIN, residents of Whitestown and Tramore, Co Waterford, back to RICHARD DUCKETT.
DUFFY, Elizabeth (DUNN)
b. 1872 , Ireland, Queens County
Marge Duffy VirgulakParents (as stated on death certificate - Michael DUNN and Mary GILMAN, d. October 14, 1939, 14 Woodycrest Ave. Bronx, NY, buried in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, NY.( Story is she immigrated in the Year 1888, right before the big blizzard of 1888. She came through Castle Garden, but not sure if there are any records of her, her brother-in-law, Christopher THOMPSON, was a fireman on a boat and picked her up off the ship before it docked.) She married Thomas Francis DUFFY in 1896. They had 3 children, Mary Elizabeth, Thomas Francis (my grandfather) and Beatrice Marion.

I do know that Mary, James and Elizabeth Dunn were brother and sisters. My confusion comes in with the names of their parents given on their respective death certificates. I would be inclined to believe James' , since he was the first to die, (thinking his sisters were alive to give the right information) but his birth date is listed as not known on his death certificate, I would assume if a family member gave the information, they would have known. While Elizabeth's information was probably given by one of her daughters, I am leaning toward the information given on Mary Dunn Thompson's death certificate as being correct because her husband is listed as giving the information, and it is more detailed then the other two. Also, I notice that no children of Mary and Christopher Thompson's is name Michael, but Joseph is a common name through out the family. I am also assuming that Katherine and Eliza Dooley were sisters to Mary Dooley (Mary, James and Elizabeth's mother).

DUFFY, MichaelMyra Duffy(coachman) (or, of course, any of his relatives!)
from: COUNTY MEATH
born about 1820 d about ???? (said to have lived to be 104 and blind for the last 30 years)
married: BRIDGET DUNNE
Children:
Thomas b 1840 RC Parish of Carnaross
Mary b 1842 RC Parish of Carnaross
James b 1852 (not sure where)
Patrick (not sure where or when)
Bety b 1857 RC Parish of Carnaross
DUGANpatti wilkin 
DUGAN, Nicholas
B: about 1816 in Naas, Kildare, Ire
D: 1854 in Australia
Immigrated in 1841 from Liverpool
Father: Christopher
Mother: Kathy
Marge 
DUGGAN, EllenMaureen Hodgson25 Sep 1858 dau of Peter
DUGGAN, PeterMaureen HodgsonIreland no dates but before 1840
DUIGNAN Family of Crosshill, RoscommonAnn & Don NolanMichael McDermottroe married Anne Duignan on Jan. 17, 1842 in Kilronan parish in County Roscommon. She was born in 1821 in Roscommon and lived with Michael in Crosshill until her death in 1917. Griffth's shows Michael McDermott and James and Patrick Duignan living in Crosshill. Tithe Appoltment 1833 shows a Thomas, Patrick and Michael Deignan in the townland of Culgorriff, parish of Kilronan, Roscommon.
DUNAVANT (DONOVAN),
Virginia Isabelle (Jennie)
Virginia Adams PierceMy great grandmother's name is recorded on documents with 2 very different spellings. On her marriage certificate her name is "Virginia Isabelle Dunavant", but on her husband's death certificate she is "Jennie Donovan". I have always understood that "Donovan" is an Irish surname, but is the spelling "Dunavant" an older form of spelling for "Donovan"?
DUNDONEmma DundonCork Co. Edmund & Ellen nee Daly. Parents of Dr.John Dundon, Cork City
DUNN, James
b. 1861, Ireland, Queens County
Marge Duffy VirgulakParents -(as stated on death certificate) Michael DUNN and Mary DOOLEY, d. November 22, 1911, living at 504 West 51st St., NY,NY when died. Lived in NY and US for 34 years (1877) buried in Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, NY with Katherine Dooley and Eliza Dooley. Occupation, driver. Was widowed at time of death. Wife's name could possible be Mary. Had a daughter, Mary K. Dunn, died November 2, 1897 at age of 4 months. Also buried in Calvary Cemetery, NY.
DUNN, Josephine
B: 1863 in Madison City, IL
D: 8July1953
Virginia Adams PierceParents: parents: Lawrence Dunn and Mary Ann Ferguson
M: Patrick J. BRESNAHAN
DUNN, Mary (Thompson)
b. 1860, Ireland, Queens County
Marge Duffy VirgulakParents - (as stated on death certificate- Joseph DUNN and Mary DOOLEY, d. June 13, 1928, 562 West 52nd St., NY, NY, buried in Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, NY(w/ all of the above), in NY and US for 45 years at time of death (1873) Married Christopher THOMPSON in NY (who was also born in Ire, County Cork)
children, Isabelle, James, Joseph, Katherine and Mary.
DUNNE, Bridget
born about 1820
d about ????
Myra Duffy
married: MICHAEL DUFFY
Children: Thomas b 1840 RC Parish of Carnaross; Mary b 1842 RC Parish of Carnaross; James b 1852 (not sure where); Patrick (not sure where); Bety b 1857 RC Parish of Carnaross
DUNNICA, John
b: in Kings County, Ireland
d: ca. 1798-99, St. Louis, Missouri
Leslie LightfootDunnica is believed to be an americanization of either Duinevocar, Domagher, or Donecar
DWANSusan GrievesFethard Tipperary
DWYERJohn GarnerRelated to SHANNAHAN and PHELAN
DWYER, Michael
b 1800 Knockballynoe, Clanwilliam, Kilfeakle, Tipp. SR
Alexsason of William DWYER and Ellen ALLEN (family hist says she is British married 'beneath her'). d 1849 of fever, Whitchurch, Ont.
m: Mary Winnifred CAHILL bef 1830, Kilfeakle.; 4 children: Ellen 1830, John 1834, Mary 1837, Timothy 1842, all b Kilfeakle. left for US, ended up Canada abt 1847-49.
"E" Section
EAKIN, George
B: 1828 in Ire,
JudyM: March 20, 1860 in Cook County Illinois to Caroline ROCHELLE (1840)
children: Charles, Fannie, Nellie, Robert, Carrie (Caroline?), Jennie, Frank, Hattie
ECCLESLarry Dodds 
EGAN. Jane Ellen
B: 1Nov1886
D: 18Jan1966
Virginia Adams PierceParents: parents: William T. Egan(b.MO)/Eliza Cecelia(b. KY)
M: William J.Bresnahan
EGAR/EGARS
EGER/EGERS
EGGAR/EGGARS/EGGER/EGGARS
EAGAR/EAGARS/EAGER/EAGERS
Nick BatleyPaul CUDMORE EGGERS, who lived in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary c1825-1877. We think he was born in Limerick c1790, his parents being ARNOLD EGARS/EGGERS and Elizabeth CUDMORE. One theory is the Arnold EGGERS ancestors were Dutch, coming over with William of Orange, however, I also gather that the names EGAR/EGARS were at one time concentrated in Co. Kerry. To confuse the issue, I have seen the EGGERS name variously spelt as EGAR, EGARS, EGGAR, EGGARS.
EGGLESTONKay A WeberCo. Meat
ELGEE, Caroline
Caroline died in 1909
Maureen (in Tasmania)was tried and convicted at Kings Co for arson. She was sentenced to 7 years transportation and arrived in Tasmania in 1851. She was a housemaid and 24 years old when she arrived. She was R.C. and could not read or write. Her native place was Co Dublin and she stated she had a mother Richard? at Kings Co.
She married another convict William Brittain from Bedfordshire in 1853 and had ten children, one of whom became a well known Baptist Minister (he had been a Catholic altar boy as a child).
Her name has been shown on various records as ALGER, ELGER and ELDER but her convict record says ELGEE. The only other reference I have found to this name has been on the IGI and that is the family of Oscar Wilde's mother Jane Frances Elgee. I can't imagine my convict being connected to this family though./td>
ELIFF (ELLIFFE), Daniel
born 1869
Kathleen Eliff Rummelon of Christopher and Mary KEARNEY ELLIFFE, Redmondstown, Castletown Geoghegan, Co. Westmeath. Sisters and Brothers: John, Thomas, Patrick, Mary, Elizabeth, Catherine, Christopher and Aine. All baptised at the Church of the Assumption. Married Rose Nally in 1891 at St. Michael's in Co. Westmeath.
ENGLISH, Dora
aka "Aunt Han"
JohnParents John English and Mary Hogan.
Sisters: Mary B. and Ellen
married Thomas L. Garvey around Pittsburgh, Pa.
ENGLISH, Ellen
The youngest of the 3 Sisters.
JohnParents John English and Mary Hogan.
Sisters: Mary B. and Dora
never married, but is buried with a Thomas Powerstd>
ENGLISH, John
M; Mary HOGAN in Ire.
JohnChildren: Dora, Mary Brigid, Ellen and some Boys
One of the boys was a Surveyor or Engineer in Ire.
a son of one of the boys, was named William English and lived in Brooklyn and the Bronx in the early 1900s.
ENGLISH, Mary Brigid
B: ca 1858 in Tipperary (Clonmel?), Ire.
D: ca. 1857 in Pittsburgh, Pa. USA
JohnM; Daniel CONNOR about 1892 in Pittsburgh, Pa
Parents John English and Mary Hogan.
Sisters: Dora from Clonmel and Ellen.

Special Note:

Catherine Coleman, aunt to Mary English from Altoona (Pa), married Matthew Coleman. Had border named Robert Hogan.
Best guess is that Catherine Coleman would have to have been an English or a Hogan.
EVANSAlex Evans please visit our Evans web site at:
http://www.evans78.homestead.com/evanspage.html
EWANSusan GrievesTyrone and Derry
"F" Section
FADDEN, Austin
B.unknown
D.9/9/1886
Bill McFaddenresided in Westport, County Mayo.
married(date unknown) to MARGARET GILL(B.unknown,D.unknown).
Children: JOHN B. 3/29/1846(or 6/26/1848??), ELLEN B. 9/16/1848, MARTIN B. 11/14/1850,BRIDGET B. 12/23/1856.
Possible Children: CATHERINE?? (listed on Austin's death notice) MICHAEL (B. approx. 1866)
FADDEN (Mc FADDEN, John
B.unknown
D.9/9/1886
emigrated to the US(mid to late 1860's?
Lived in Sharon, Pa.
Bill McFaddenson of Austin FADDEN
Married MARRY GIBBONS(B.3/15/1851,D.3/1/1934).
Children were: JAMES B. 5/20/1871 M. MARGARET NOV 1897 D. 3/28/1942, JOHN B. JUN 1872 M. CATHERINE? D. 11/24/1951, AUSTIN B. 12/31/1874 M. JUN 1901 D. 1/13/1960, JOSEPH B. 10/12/1876 M. MARY NOV 1900 D. 1947. MARY B. 11/12/1878 M. JOHN KAHL D. 3/18/1913, FRANCIS B. 10/4/1880 M. THERESA 2/16/1904 D. AUG 1942, HENRY B. 10/2/1882 M. NO D. 3/16/1940, WILLIAN B. 8/7/1884 M. SARA APR 1910 D. 6/14/1940, ELLEN B. 7/28/1886 M. JOHN WOLF 10/23/18 D. 6/9/1966, GEORGE B. 7/22/1888 M. FRANCIS BYRNE 6/18/25D. 1/7/1960, GRACE B. 2/13/1892 M. 1/12/1915 D. 7/15/1969
FAHEYconaughtAttracta FAHEY married my Grandfather's Uncle Anthony Smith in Brackloon, County Mayo.
FARQUHAR, Samuel Barklimore
B: circa 1880. in or around Monkstown, County Antrim
Lee B.His father William Farquhar married Barbara Barklimore and they lived on a farm called Oakland's
brother: John
FARRELL, Fred & Judy BraunsTrying to find out where my Farrells who settled in Newark, NJ are from in Ireland. I've ruled out Longford. The Heritage Center there has nothing on my line. Roscommon records do not go back far enough in some of the parishes so that is still a possibility. I believe one of my Farrells married someone from Kilkenny and so that is always a maybe Last but not least, older relatives that myself claim they remember ancestors talking about County Cork but they can't remember where.

Michael Farrell married to a Catherine Moore had at least one son, Thomas born about 1823. Then a Michael Farrell (could be the same one) had a son Phillip born between 1824 and 1830 and a son Lawrence born about 1825-1828 with a wife, Sara

FARRY/FERRY, RoseMaureen Kelley MaloneyM: John MAGUIRE
Location: Wheathill, Co. Fermanagh.. ca 1760..then went to Kilduff, Cavan
Have list of descendents who settled in Cavan and Leitrim.
FEATHERSTON(E)Dick Dickinson 
FEENEY, BridgetPaul Petersonmarried MEADOWCROFT, Samuel on January 8, 1855 in the Catholic Chapel at Bell Green Rochdale, Eng and gave birth to Elizabeth Meadowcroft on November 25, 1855, Mary Ann Meadowcroft in May 1857, Catherine T. Meadowcroft in August 1861, James Meadowcroft in July 1864, and William Meadowcroft in February 1872.
FENNELLYJoyce and/or Thomas UrbanLooking for information on four FENNELLY families who emigrated between 1835-mid 1850s. They all eventually settled in the same area of Crawford County and overlapping into Vernon County in southwestern Wisconsin.
First names of the emigrating family included Timothy, Michael, Martin, and James. Some or all were from Doonane in Queens County.
Surnames of wives of those who married in Ireland were BRENNAN from Clonbrock; O'BRIEN from Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny; and NEIL/O'NEIL from near Doonane.
FINN, Martin
B: 1866-1870 in Borris County Carlow
D: in America
immigrated in 1880-90
Mo Finnmarried FLEMING
Parents: Thomas Joseph FINN and Catherine Frances FINN
Martin FINN was one of 6 or 7 siblings born to Thomas and Catherine in townland of Kilcoltrim, Boris, Carlow Ireland. His siblings were Bridget (b. 1865), Joseph (b. 1867), Mary, Alice Catherine, Ann, John and Catherine. Martin spent one year in a seminary in France before leaving it to return home to Borris to say goodbye to his family before leaving next morning to catch a boat to America to the family of a fellow seminarian. His family was never able to contact him again, despite many attempts. Martin returned to Ireland at least once to locate them but was given the wrong addresses in Australia. The remainder of Martin's family emigrated shortly after him to Australia, settling in both Sydney and Brisbane. His 83 year old nephew would dearly like contact to find out how Martin fared in America, and if he had family. Please contact me if you can help - time is running away
FINN, MaryORILINEAMYmarried FLEMING
children are: William, Margaret, Mary Ann, Catherine, Ann, Patrick, and Hannah Martha-born 1880 --Butlerstown or Barryroe in Bandon, CO CORK
FISH from NORFOLK/MIDDLESEXBrenda Mooney 
FITZGERALDSheila 
FITZGERALD, CatherineORILINEAMYmarried Charles George Mayers in Manchester England 1845--1848..They emigrated to Wisconsin USA sometime after the marriage. She is, according to family lore, a descendant of Maurice Fitzgerald of Kilkea Castle in Ireland.
FITZGERALD, Michael
B: either April 10, 1853 (Death Cert)
or May 1852 (1910 US Census) in probably Kilkee;
Emigrated in 1872
Anne GreenM: Honora McINERNEY in 1878
Parents: Patrick FITZGERALD and Johanna Mulvihill
FITZGERALD, PatrickAnne GreenM: Johanna Mulvehil
Children: Thomas brothers Michael, James and possibly Mary
All the brothers emigrated to Elmira, NY
FITZGERALD, Thomas T.
born March 1865 in Kilkee, Co. Clare
D: July-August 1904 in Kilkee
Anne Greenparents: Patrick Fitzgerald and Johanna Mulvehill
emigrated to Elmira, NY, in 1882
FITZGIBBON, Margaret M.
B: Dec1890 in MO.
D: abt.1913
Virginia Adams PierceParents: parents: Patrick R.Fitzgibbon/Nellie ??
M: William J.Bresnahan
FITZPATRICK, Margaret
of Ballykeel
ConnaughtM: FLANNAGAN, John in Hilltown, County Down
emmigrated to Boston in 1872
John died in 1875 and Margaret remarried in 1880 to Stephen HIGGINS of Galway.
FLAHERTYPat Horgan 
FLAHERTY/FAHERTY, MichaelLorraine Conroywife Nora(Honor) Ford/e
Children: born Mary cc 1868 and her brother Andrew birth unknown. Mary married a Thomas (Denis) Conroy cc 1888-90 and came to NY arriving 14 May 1890 from Liverpool. Settled in NY/Brooklyn area. They had six children 1st child born in 1891 on Wallabout st, Bklyn, Thomas, the addresses for most of the other children unknown,Michael 1892, Nora,1894,Annie 1895,Margaret 1897,& Joseph 1901.Some of the street they lived on State st, Columbia st, 2x, Furman st, Hicks st. God parents of some of the children, Nora's were Mary Dunn, Annie's Thomas Morris & Christine Kevin, Margaret were Michael Joseph Conroy & Josephine O'Neil, Michael (my father) Michael Quealy, Maggie Ottern. Believe Michael Joseph Conroy was Thomas's brother. Mary had a brother Andrew who worked for the Bklyn Union Gas Co till he retired cc 1948/50, last saw him in 1950,his wife was Margaret,and no children. They lived on Moffett st, Bklyn.
FLANNAGAN, Katherine
of Kinghill, Cabra, Magheramayo, Islandmoyle County Down.
Connaughtparents were Peter Flanagan and Elizabeth RICE who ran the Cabra Post Office in Kinghill
Grandparents were William FLANAGAN and Sarah KELLY of Kinghill, County Down
FLEET, William
b. 1815
Walter Fleettold by my grandfather that his grandfather, the man for whom I am searching was kicked out os Scotland for stealing sheep and went to Ireland.
FLEMING, Edward
possibly from Cashel, Co. Tipperary
Jan Ryan-Bergemigrated abt 1854 to Wisc then Michigan. His first daughter, Catherine, died in infancy, and they named their next daughter Catherine also, so may have been a family name they wanted to pass on. His wife was Honora Burns/Byrne, with possibly a sister Joanna that emigrated and lived with them briefly in the U.S.
FLEMING, Jane
b. 1833?
JANET FLEMMINGmarried into PRIEST family in Australia
FLEMING, JohnJANET FLEMMINGm. Mary GRIFFIN/GRIFFITH c1834 (deceased by 1914 in IRL)
or WILLIAM JOHN....farmer/bootmaker
FLEMING, Margaret
b. 1835
JANET FLEMMINGmarried cousins Alexander GRIFFITH/JamesGRIFFITH
FLEMING, Mary
b. ca. 1813
JANET FLEMMINGparents Alexander GRIFFITH & Jane SUMMERFIELD.
FLEMING, MichaelORILINEAMYmarried Mary FINN
children are: William, Margaret, Mary Ann, Catherine, Ann, Patrick, and Hannah Martha-born 1880 --Butlerstown or Barryroe in Bandon, CO CORK---
FLEMING, Robert
b. 1852/54
JANET FLEMMINGmarried Rebecca Charlotte M. GREEN in Australia
FLEMING, WilliamORILINEAMYM: WHITE, Margaret
Son - Michael FLEMING
FLEMMINGLoretta Myrter 
FLINNJohn Flinn 
FLINN, Edwardcarol in AZMy ancestors Edward Flinn and his wife Mary Lawler lived in Newcastle Northumbria in the 1810's but he was in the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards and their records stated he and his wife were from Longford (no town given) They lived in Newcastle in the 1810 period.
FLYNN, Michael
born about 1830 Ireland
MCaseyHe immigrated to U.S. in late 1840's and settled in Hudson, NY. Michael was a bricklayer/stonemason and married Mary HOLLORAN in Hudson, in early 1850's, had 3 children, Michael Wm., John, and Mary. Records obtained from RC St. Mary’s Church in Hudson. No vitals available from that time period. I believe Michael stayed in Hudson, NY until 1865-1870. He is listed with second wife, Ann, in 1865 Hudson, Columbia County, NY Census along with his two sons. Believe first wife died in 1863 from childbirth. His oldest son, Michael Wm, my ggrandfather, later settled in Scranton, PA and was a bricklayer/stonemason also
FLYNN, Michael
born February 15, 1838 in Dublin, Ire(?)
died June 14, 1912 in Alexandria, Louisiana
DANIEL FLYNNmarried VERONICA VITS of ELmer, La. on October 12, 1873. They had eight children, threeof wich Veronica had prior to thier marriage. I know nothing of MICHAEL FLYNN. the info I have on him says that he was roaming around the country. He became ill and came upon the home of MARCUS VITS and SOPHIA BROWER at Elmer, La. They took him in and took care of him. When he was well he worked for them and married thier daughter, Veronica
FORAN, John A
B: Aprox 1840 in Ire
D: June 9, 1892 in Sioux City, Iowa, USA
Immigrated: 1845-1850 from Ireland
Father: Charles/John Forren/Foren
Mother=Bridgett Egan
Also FOREN and FORREN
Gloriam: Anne Elizabeth Ryan (B: July 10, 1849) on January 5, 1871 in Rising Sun, Crawford County, Wisconsin, USA
Children: Mary Anita, Bridgett Bertha, Charles, Joseph, Anne Elizabeth and Helen Teresa Foran
FORD, NoraLorraine Conroym. CONROY, Michael Joseph
Had a son named Andrew, b. in Ire.
FORRESTALLROBYN & STEVE 
FOWLER. Jane
born about 1782 possibly in Londonderry area
Anne Greenemigrated to the US probably between 1810-1815 and possibly lived a few years in Chemung County, NY before settling in Columbia Township, PA.
FOY, Mary Ann SmithwickERIC BOATNERimmigrated with her children, Katherine and Oliver, to the US Her husband, John Foy, presumably died in Ireland. Mary Ann settled in Michigan, but her children lived in Tennessee.
FRANCIS, James
B: 1839
Dennis J. Francisson of Thomas FRANCIS and Martha STEWART
According to the UK 1881 census, he was born in Ireland.
He may have had a brother, Thomas Francis, who was witness to James' marriage to Mary McPhail in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1858.
FREEL, John
b. May 10, 1743 Kilkenny, Ire
d. March, 1784
(Friel/Freele/O'Friel/O'Freel)
Becky WalterEmigrated to US in 1767
m. Deborah Emily Morgan
Settled: Niagara-On-The-Lake Ontario, Canada
FRENCHDick Dickinson 

 
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