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|TALBOT||Maureen Kelley Maloney||Lady'sbridge, Ballymacoda, Ballycotton, Co. Cork.
Many left Cork for Wakefield, Ma. Settled there
|TANNIAN, Darby||RJPT1945||married Catherine FALLON married around 1865 in Loughrea.
Children. Michael born 1866, John, born 1868. Thomas, born ?
second wife was Hannah ? They lived in Moneen, parish of Loughrea.
|RJPT1945||M: Mary Ann ? around 1838 in Galway. Children. Miles|
|RJPT1945||M: William LANGLEY, ca. 1840 in Galway
Children. Joseph Patrick (b: 1843). Joseph (b: 1845). Michael, (b: 1847). William. Dominic (b: 1853)
All born in Loughrea.
born 1799 in possibly, So. Carolina
|Frances A Babb||Married Sarah Curtis B: abt 1800 of So. Carolina, then moved to Tennessee, then to Dallas County, AL.|
|TARPY||Margaret Walsh||on my grandparents marriage certificate my fraternal grandmother Catherine SWIFT was listed as TARPY and not SWIFT. I had wondered if her mother Ann MORAN SWIFT had remarried in England. This would have been in the 1870's to 1883 time frame|
|TAYLOR||Dick Dickinson||searching for Robert Joseph TAYLOR, b. 1830 in Ireland, Son of Robert Joseph TAYLOR and Rebecca REALLA. Robert (jr) emigrated during the great famine, and appeared in Michigan in the 1850's. He may have spent some time in England before crossing to Canada and then to Michigan. One family legend has him as a stowaway on a ship (no ship name given). Some clues: Robert was a professional fisherman on the great lakes. He also was a drayman (possibly in winter). He served in the Union Navy during the civil war as a quartermaster on the gunboat Argosy in the Mississippi river campaigns. This is documented in pension applications. The sailing experience probably means his home was in a Coastal region of Ireland.|
|Paul Martin||I'm trying to locate my ggrandfather's family in Ireland circa early 1800s - my great-grandfather immigrated to the US in about 1830 - he was SUPPOSEDLY the son are an aristocratic family - I suspect they were of English-Protestant background - he was banished from the family for his love (possible marriage or maybe pregnancy) of the family maid, an Irish-Catholic|
B: circa 1830 in clonmel tipperary
D: 11/01/1906 in Echuca Victoria Australia
immigrated: before 1868 from tipperary
|Wendy Taylor||M: BRIDGET RYAN (B: circa 1830)
children: Edmund, John, Mathew, mary, Thomas, Bridget, Hanorah
|TEMPENY, Michael||Dave Tempeny||Married Ann O'hara in St Pauls Church in Aylmer Quebec in 1843. I'm looking for the arrival date and/or when they left Ireland. There is mention of Mayo Ireland on the certificate but have not been able to locate family in Ireland for the tie. I have completed all of North America and want to move into Ireland. Parents of Michael was John Tempeny of Mayo.|
|TENNIAN||RJPT1945||I am looking for information on the TENNIEN family, The name was spelled TANNIAN/TANNYAN in Galway. Katherine RIORDAN nee TENNIEN was living in Allston MA in 1950, and Mary Elizabeth CONNORS nee TENNIEN was also living in Allston MA in 1950. These woman would of been born in Brandon VT. This info came from the obituary of their brother John.
Researching in Galway, TANNIAN/TANNYAN, LANGLEY,FAHY and McNAMARA.
Researching in Ireland, MADIGAN, CULHANE, O'CONNOR, O'MEARA/ O"MARA.
B: 1833/4 in Newry, Ire
D: C.1900 in Washington,Co. Durham
Immigrated ca. 1845 from Ireland to England(Maryport)
Father: Matthew Tierney
|Paul McPartlin||M: Peter McPartlin (B: C.1833/4)
Children: Mary (B: c.1854 Maryport), Ann (B: c. 1855 Maryport), Matthew (B: c. 1856 Maryport), Thomas (B:: c. 1859 Maryport), Peter (B: c.1861 Maryport), Margaret (B: c. 1865 Maryport), Catherine (B: c.1869 Maryport)
b. 1830 poss. in Co. Meath
|Colleen O'Byrne||son of Lawrence and Mary. May
emigrated to US @ 1854.
Settled in Bucks Co., then Allentown, Lehigh Co., Pennsylvania (PA)
M: Margaret R. SHARKEY @ 1858.
Children: Mary, Anne, Michael and Lawrence (twins), James, Bartholomew, John, Ellen and Cecilia.
James had a brother Lawrence TIGHE, b. 1843, emigrated 1860, settled in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.
Married Catherine SCANLON in 1866.
|TILLER, John, Sr.|
B: in Co Cork, Ire May 3, 1758
D: November 3, 1829 in Georgia
|Jolynne Waits||married in and was from Amherst County, Va.
He was given land in Georgia for fighting in the Revolutionary War
|TILLER, William, Sr.|
B: about 1730 in Co Cork, Ire
D: June 1, 1792 in Virginia
|Jolynne Waits|| |
|TIMMONS/TIMMINS||John the Irishman from Texas||County Wexford|
|Sandie||m Arthur Allen in Belfast at St Annes Church|
born late 1830's early 1840's, Bardahessiagh, County Tyrone, Ireland
|Marie Mc Cullough||married Elizabeth COOR/CARR on May 8 1969. They had ten children (included were two sets of twins). son of Mary and James TONER and had brothers Peter, Arthur, Patrick, John and sisters Esther, Sarah and Mary. Peter and James eventually arrived in PA where they remained until their death.|
born 1835 Lisby Nenagh
D: 1910 in Hillgrove, Australia
immigration: 1854 from=Ire to Aus
|jasminelodgemotel||Father Michael Toomey (Tormey) mother Ann Chance.
M: John Ross (B: Ca. 1835) on 6 Oct 1856 in Braidwood. N.S.W. Aus
Children: Ann, Ellen, John, Mary, Joseph, Francis, Thomas, Michael, George, and Catherine
Catherine born in Lisby Nenagh, Tipperary. Although I can find Nenagh the Lisby is a mystery. Also can find no record of Michael Toomey (Tormey). On her immigration papers It states she came from a place called Horncastle or Homecastle in Meath. I cannot find where they may have come from. Catherine had a brother called Francis who also came to Australia.
|TOULSTER/TOLSTER||Kay Toulster Weber||Co. Mayo, Dublin and Sligo|
|TRACY, Mary||Myriam Scott||m.1865 John Quinane, Mary was from Moher, Co Tipperary and her father was listed as William Tracy.|
|TRENCH||Ruth||My husband is Robert Frederick Trench and I believe the family came from Galway originally.
We have been told that the family descended from the Hueguenots.
|TROY||Dick Howell|| |
|TURICK||patti wilkin||LITTLE FERRY, NJ|
|TUBMAN||Paul Davis||Counties: Cavan|
|Belinda||M: 1842 t9 MURPHY, Margaret at Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
He was transported to Australia as a convict possibly on the 'Gilmore'.
Son: John married Bridget ROACH in 1864
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|No V's as of Date|
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