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red mail ANN HANNAH MULCAHY emigrated to AUSTRALIA
My great grandmother ANN HANNAH MULCAHY emigrated to Australia c1866. She was born somewhere between 1842 and 1847 in either BALLYMARTLE or BALLINHASSIG. Her father was William MULCAHY, a farmer, her mother Ellen ALLEN. One sister emigrated to America. Does anyone know anything about this family?
Posted: 2009, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Deneen / Lyons
Daniel DENEEN married Mary LYONS in Ballymartle circa 1838. Came to Wales 1841. Are there any parish records available to find this marriage. 1 child Catherine born in Ireland 1839.
red mail Delea Ballymartle.
My grandfather on my mother's side was Jack Delea, he was born 1858/59 presumably in Ballymartle, he married a Margaret O'Sullivan in Riverstick Church in 1899, he would have been bout 40 or so at the time.. They had two daughters Elizabeth (my mother) born on 12 January 1900 (died 14th Sept 1962) and Catherine born 17th March 1902,(died August 1979) His wife Margaret died in 1918 of the influenza epidemic that swept the country at the time. He worked as a private contractor on the country roads. He died in 1943. Buried in Ballinaboy Cemetry, Ballinhassig.Co Cork
red mail Looking for Dunlea
Mary Frances Dunlea b: Feb 2, 1843. Arrived US in 1853 per census. Her father was James Dunlea her mother Margaret Murphy. Have found record of her baptism in Ballymartle church records but nothing for parents marriage there. JamesÂ’ parents--Edmond Dunlea died Boston Feb 2, 1902; wife (name not given) died Boston Sept 22, 1902 age 94. Name is misspelled so often they are hard to trace even in Boston.


 
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