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daughter of Mathew and Ellen GERAGHTY NALLY of Carn, Co. Westmeath, Ireland
|Kathleen Eliff Rummel||Sisters and Brothers: Margaret, Anna, Ellen, Thomas, Patrick, Mary, and possibly John, James, Bridget and Catherine. All baptized at St. Michael's in Laughnavally, Co. Westmeath. Married Daniel Elliffe of Redmondstown, Castletown Geoghegan, Co. Westmeath in 1891.|
|NAUGHTON, Bernard||Beryl Whatson||M: HUNT, Mary.
from the town land of Bumlin near Strokestown in Roscommon
|Maudeen||Neelings, Daniel (birthplace=Ireland; died: 1832 in Pennsylvania)
immigration date=before 1800 from Ireland
|NICHOLAS, Murtha Scalley|
b 1890, d 1962 Philadelphia, PA
|pat dill||son of John Joseph NICHOLAS and ANNIE SCALLY, m MARY ELLEN (NELLIE) REGAN, aka Helen Agnes Imelda Regan (?) b 1888 Leichester, England. Children were Margaret Mary, John Joseph, CMM, Ret Col. US Air Force, Catherine died as infant.|
|NICHOLAS, John J.|
b. abt. 1864, d 1916, Philadelphia, PA
|pat dill||m Annie I. SCALLY, b abt. 1868, daughter of MURTAUGH SCALLY and MARGARET LOWRY. Children: Murtha Scally Nicholas, Charles Borromeo Nicholas, Joseph (died), John Joseph (died). Per family Bible the Scally name was spelt 3x's different, Scalley, Scully and Scally. There was also an entry for GERRETY.|
|NICHOLSON, James F.|
b 1840 in Ireland
|David Nicholson||Michael and Bridget.
M: Maria McHALLAN (b: in "Ireland" 1845) daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth.
James and Maria married in Roxbury (now Boston) Massachusetts in 1864
Other Nicholsons: Nicholson, James 22 (may be James F.), Nicholson, Mary 23 (presumably sister), Nicholson, Joseph 18, Nicholson, Frank 14
|NOBLE||Nita in Australia|| |
b: ca. 1861 in Co. Roscommon, Ire
|Leila Mayberry||Emmigrated: ca. 1865 to Brooklyn, NY
M: 1891 in Brooklyn to ?
dau. of: Michael NOLAN and Jane O'BRIEN
born c 1858 CARLOW
|Mary in Liverpool||parents JAMES & ANN
m JOHN CAREY in CARLOW CATHEDRAL 1875
died LIVERPOOL 1916
Emmigrated: ca. 1865 to 1867 to Brooklyn, NY
M: Jane O'BRIEN in Ireland
|Leila Mayberry||Descendants of Michael NOLAN:
Michael NOLAN b.1828,Ireland;d.1893/1907-Brooklyn,NY) sp: Jane O'BRIEN (b.1837/1840-,Ireland;d.21 May 1908-Brooklyn,Kings,New York)
Patrick NOLAN (b.1854-Ireland)
Thomas F. NOLAN (b.1857-Ireland)
Mariah "Mary" NOLAN (b.1856/1862-,Ire;d.12 Oct 1919-Brooklynn,Kings,NY)
Katherine "Katy" NOLAN (b.1861-,Roscommon,Ireland; m. 1881 Brooklynn,Kings,NY; d.03 Jan 1892-Brooklyn,King,New York) sp: Johann Hinrich Dietrich WULF "John"
Michael NOLAN (b.1867-Brooklyn,NY)
|NOON, Mary||MaryFrances (Sweeney) Charpentier||M: SWEENEY, Michael
Two sons, John and James born in Co. Roscommon
emigrated to U.S. c. 1850.
|NORTON, Patrick||Maureen Kelley Maloney||Galway to Boston/Roxbury
married Catherine Rooney and Grace???
|NORTON, Patrick/Peter||Belinda||M: Mary EGAN? born 1803 at Tipperary Ireland..... both emigrated to Australia in 1840. They were married in 1928 in Ireland and had a daughter Catherine NORTON born 1840 Tipperary, Ireland who married John Robert DAVIS born 1838 Tyrone, Ireland. They subsequently had a son Edward Patrick DAVIS born 1864 at Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia who married Emma May MANNING in 1897 at Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria|
b 1908 MA
|Donalene||dau of Grace Murray & Charles O'Brien. Poss resided RAiney St. Siblings Charles S b 1911; Richard b 1915; Paul b 1916; Philip b 1918.|
|O'BRIEN, John Daniel|
B: Ennis, County Clare, Ire in 1841 or 1842
No record of parents names can be found as yet
Emigrated to New Zealand between 1865 and 1871 (possibly via Australia (Goldfields)
|Yvonne Marie Camilleri||Goldminer, and later hotelkeeper ("The Junction Hotel"), in New River, near Dunganville, New Zealand.
Maried Margaret O'Donnnel(l) on 27th January 1872 at The Junction Hotel in New River, New Zealand.
Died by drowning in New River approx 30th November 1872.
One son - (also John Daniel O'Brien) - Born Greymouth New Zealand 7th or 9th November 1872.
|O'BRIEN, Patrick||Jane Schoemaker||Wen Site: Association of Liberated Children|
|O'BRIEN, Timothy||Charlotte||Templemore, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
born ca. 1800
emigrated to Lawrence MA ca 1846
|Blaine O'Connell||Married Mary Horan in 1850 and settled in Andover MA where they had eight children. John was a wheelwright. John and Mary each died in 1896.
Seeking info on Jeremiah and Bridget O'Connell, parents of John
|O'CONNOR||Mary Pat||WEB Site: "DOWN EAST" A Maritime Heritage
B: ca. 1850
|O'CONNOR, Dennis Patrick||RJPT1945||M: Honora MADIGAN, ca. 1849 in Ireland
Daughter, Bridget, born 1850.
|O'CONNOR, John Stephen||Sheila Charlton Spencer||b abt 1820, County Cork|
|O'CONNOR, Mary M.|
b ca. 1837 in Co Cork
daughter of Mary (an Irish form of "Gaines"?) & Thomas O'CONNOR
|Francine G. Weeks||M: SULLIVAN, John G.
Children: 6 children
emigrated to the U.S.; worked in cotton mills
settled in New Bedford, MA in the 1880s.
b ca 1815-24 Castleisland Parish, Co Kerry
|Donalene||Married Gobnait/Abbey/Deborah BRADLEY ca 1836-38 Ireland. Came to US through Boston? ca 1851-58 (prob 1856), settled in Manchester NH. Daughters married and moved to Worcester MA.
Known children: (born IReland) Nora, Mary (James Murray in NH, daughter Bessie born Portsmouth NH, son Archie), Lawrence, Ellen or Helen b: NH (married John H. Brown and resided Worcester),. John, Winifred (married James Murphy and resided Worcester), Michael.
|O'DEA, Honora||Yvonne Marie Camilleri||Married John O'DONNEL(L)
Mother of Margaret O'DONNEL(:L)
|O'DONNEL(L), John||Yvonne Marie Camilleri||Married Honora O'Dea
Father of Margaret O'DONNEL(:L)
B: Born approx. 1848, in Oola, (Solohead), County Limerick, Ireland.
Parents: John O'Donnell and Honora O'Dea.
Emigrated to New Zealand.
|Yvonne Marie Camilleri||Married John Daniel O'Brien at The Junction Hotel, New River near Dunganville, New Zealand, on 27th January 1872.
Had one son - (also John Daniel O'Brien) Born Greymouth, New Zealand, on 7th or 9th November 1872.
Husband died by drowning about 30th November 1872.
Remarried Bartholomew North in New Zealand approx 1874, and had several more children.
Died in New Zealand aged 60.
born around 1910, probably from County Cork
|Jane Schoemaker||Wen Site: Association of Liberated Children|
|O'GRADY. William Alfred|
born in County Cork in approx 1880ish
|O'HANLON. Mary||Paul Carr||from Lathbirgeth (spelling?), Co. Armagh.|
From Crookedstone. Co., Antrim
|wendy.G||Would like to find out about his daughter Jane from a first marriage 1870?|
B: 1771 in Londonderry, Ire
D: unknown in St. Lawrence County, NY
immigration: probably 1820's from Londonderry, Ire
|Jane A.||Parents: Henry O'Hara and ? Hamilton
M: Mary unknown in Londonderry, Ire
Children: John b. 1800; Bernard b. 1804; James b. 1805; Francis b. 1809; Patrick b. 1816; Susannah; Willim; Mary
Family emigrated first to Grenville County, Ontario, Canada. By 1839, sons Bernard and John had bought farms in Oswegatchie, St. Lawrence County, NY
originated in Castlemagner Co Cork
emigrated to Canada in 1825
|Hemond, Ellen||M: Mary Morrissey
John, married Anna Banahan from Castlrea, Roscommon and settled in St. Johnsbury VT. Those are my great grandparents
Dennis married Katherine Banahan and also settled in St. Johnsbury. Their one surviving child, Teresa married someone named Pidgeon
Edward and Michael, stayed in Quebec area (Tingwick and Lennoxville), married and had many children
|O'KELLY, Elizabeth Mary, born around 1892 but others say 1899, supposedly in Dublin||The McAllister Family||was also deaf and dumb, her father Nicholas J, no other info known. Elizabeth was supposed to have met Thomas Anthony at an institution maybe in Belfast, but she used to visit Cabra ? to chill out ! But family members no longer remember details.|
|O'LEARY||CoraLee DeLong||Co. Kerry|
B: 1820 in Co. Kerry
D: 1903 in Sillery, Quebec
Father: Dennis O'Leary
Mother: Mary O'Neill
|Mikell||M: Elizabeth Connolly (B: 1844) in 1844 in Ste-Foy, Quebec|
b. January 1812 in Co. Cork
|Diane Mahoney||M: Margaret Grimes around 1839. They had at least one child in Ireland - Jerry (Jeremiah or Jerome most likely).
They probably first sailed to Canada but then settled in Auburn, Cayuga Co., NY
aka Mahoney/Mahaney in USA
"See Timothy MAHONEY"
|LeRoy||m. Ella Sheehan
Townland-Clonakilty T, County-Cork W.R., Barony-East Carbery E.R., Parish-Kilgarriff, P.L.U.-Clonakilty, Province-Munster
|O'MALLEY||conaught||Castlebawn, County Mayo|
born around 1912, place unknown
|Jane Schoemaker||Wen Site: Association of Liberated Children|
|O'MARA||Shirley Mullen Mc Anally||Co. Cork|
|O'MARROW||Shirley Mullen Mc Anally||Co. Cork|
|O'NEILL||Cris Cannon||John O'Neill born 1845, married Mary Ellen McLelland, born 1847, in Ireland. 3 children born in Ireland Elizabeth born 1871, John born 1873, Catherine born 1876. immigrated to Clydebank Scotland in 1877. had 4 more children Margaret born 1878, William born 1880, Dolly born 1882, and Isabell born 1884.|
|O'NEILL||Euclid||Wexford and Carlow|
|O'NEILL, Bridget||Donalene||M 1853 Sandusky OH to DEIGHAN, Michael.|
|O'NEILL/NEIL||Susan Grieves||Fethard Tipperary|
|O'REAGAN||Rosemary Quinn||(Piqua area-pre1856); (East Cambridge- 1840-1875)|
|O'REILLY||Ted Meehan||Cavan, Meath|
B: 1820 in Ireland
|Wendy Taylor||M: Ann O'Conell in 1851
Child: Michael Francis O'sullivan
|OGLE, Richard John |
B: born 1868 or 1870
arrived in New York from Donaghmore, County Tyrone, in 1886
|John L. Hansen||His father was William OGLE, and his mother was Rose Anne Stewart. His brothers were named Alexander, James, and Joseph; his sisters were named Alice, Mary, Margaret. He married Kate Moylan in Ashland, Wi, in 1898.|
|ORMAN, Michael||Charlotte||Lloyds Estate, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co Tipperary, Ireland
Born ca. 1800
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