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THE PRATT AND MURPHY FAMILY TREES

This is a crude attempt of sharing our Family Trees with family, friends, other family historians and yes the rest of the world.
 
 

Pratt Family Tree

Pratt Family Pics  under construction

Murphy Family Tree

Murphy Family Pics under construction
 




 

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The Pratts


The Pratts immigrated from County Cavan,  Ireland around 1830. As of yet little is known
about Abraham Pratts ancestors, except that he is possibly descended from Sir Francis
Pratt. Abraham Pratt was a Hotel Keeper (Pratts Inn) in County Sligo, Ireland , on the
mail coach route from Dublin to Iniskillen. Abraham married twice, his first wife was a
McGuire, they had five children. Isaac, Francis, William, Abraham jr., and Ann.
The name of his second wife is unknown, they had two children, a girl who married a
Storey, and a son Jack who went to Duluth.

The first five, sailed to Montreal and proceeded by boat up the Ottawa River and then up
the Rideau River to Marlborough Township, in Upper Canada.

The Pratts were energetic and aggressive people. They acquired much land and were
active in the lumber business in the early days. They spread out and settled in many other
Townships of Carleton County.
 


The Murphys




The Murphys Originated from Comber, County Down Ireland. Andrew and Margaret,
immigrated to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, along with their son Andrew jr. in 1931.
The Murphys had lived for centuries in the surrounding area of  Comber, and were mainly
farmers.
The Ulster Murphys are a Sept of the Clan O’Neill., who were mighty Kings of Ireland for
centuries.



 

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