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red mail SULLIVAN
Hi Im looking for any information on Johanna Sullivan who was born about 1822 and transported to Tasmania as a convict in the 1840s. I would appreciate any information on her family or the Sullivan families in the Bandon area. Thanks Brian
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
Rebecca PEYTON (1875 - 1935)
My grandmother Rebecca PEYTON, daughter of Thomas PEYTON,came from Bandon.I believe her mother's maiden name was GLASSON and her grandmother's WAGNER.In 1904 she married John Hunt and they had four children. In 1916 she left Ireland for England and the family settled in Devon.I should love to hear from anyone who has any information about her.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Jennings/ Keleher from County Cork
I am looking for info about George Jennings born 1819 (County Cork) who married Marie Ellen Keleher born 1826 (County Cork). They were married Feb 1844 in Bandon, County Cork. They emigrated to Ontario, Canada.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Catherine Crowley And Cornelius Crowley
My great great grandmother was Catherine Crowley. She was one of the 4,000 Irish famine orphans sent to Australia between 1848 and 1850. She sailed on the John Knox and arrived in Australia in August 1850. According to the shipping record her father was Cornelius Crowley and her mothers name was Hannah. Catherine was 14 when she arrived in Australia so she would have been born about 1836. Her father was listed as dead and her mother was living in Bandon. I would like to know about her father. Did Catherine have any siblings? Her time in Australia is well documented but I would really like to know about her family in Bandon.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Michael Canty
Michael Canty (b.abt 1798) appears on the Thornbury, Gloucestershire census for 1841, 51 and 61. He was born Bandon, as was Mary his wife(b.abt.1799), and Ann Jackson described as sister and widow (b.abt 1794). Presumably, her maiden name was Canty. They were Catholic. Any assistance in tracing further detail welcomed. Paul
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Cornelius Collins b. ca. 1869 Bandon
My great grandfather, Cornelius Collins, was possibly born in Bandon ca. 1869 to parents, John Collins and Mary Hallihan. He immigrated to Boston around 1890 (possibly with two family members named, John and Daniel Collins). He married Hannah McCusker in Cambridge, MA in 1897 and remained in the Boston area until his death in 1956. I have had a hard time finding any information linking him to Ireland other than his naturalization papers which list his being born in County Cork. I have his parents names from his marriage record. As census records were destroyed and I am in the US, finding further info has proved near impossible. Trying all I can to see if I can find anyone who might recognize a great grand uncle. Thank you.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Honora Regan
Seeking information about Honora Regan b abt 1811. Parents unknown Married Richard Norrish in 1834. Worked as a children's nurse in Enniskillen before migrating to UK and then Australia. Richard was a private in the 96th foot which was stationed in Bandon. Any assistance greatly appreciated
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2016
red mail John Reardon
I am searching for John Readon Occupation: Miller; father of Ellen Reardon born 1830 in Bandon.
red mail Ellen Mary Crowley
My Grandmother, Ellen Mary Crowley was brought up in Bandon until she was about twelve and then sent to London. We don't know the reason why but she lived with her Grandmother who may of died. They owned an Inn in Bandon called Kilgobban Castle. Her father was called Cornelius Crowley and her mother I believe was called Codagh? My Grandmother settled in Battersea and was out in to service. She later married George Dixon originally from the Cumbria area I believe. They had thirteen children together. My mother was the youngest. I'm really interested in Nanny's life before she came to England and why she left Ireland. She never lost her Irish accent!
red mail Cork not Kerry
I am looking for Eliza Gillan born COR.BANDON in 1803. Main info is on Brandon.Kerry page. Only just found out that it was Bandon and not Brandon. Olwen

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