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DONAGAN
Looking for the baptism of Edward DONAGAN/DUNAGIN/DONEGAN etc, who's father was Daniel DONAGAN from Co.Cork, handed down family information mentions 'Cork City and that they lived by the docks'. Edward was born abt 1816, came to London pre-1841. Marriage certificate of 1841 states his father as Daniel DUNAGIN. I've found what I believe are siblings. Any information or links appreciated.....My DNA is with AncestryDNA and LivingDNA. They lived in the St.Finbarrs South Parish and I have recently found a family that he fits into but need to prove it. Dave..
Post Revised: 2020
red mail Moran, Sarah
Born in Ireland to Mary Kinaird and Patrick Moran aproximately 1861. Married Patrick Allen, no date or country available. No date for arrival in USA. Had 5 children, Mamie, Sadie, Nellie, Lizzie and John. Died 1/13/1898 in Needham MA. Mamie was 12, John was 2 weeks old. Sarah had MORAN relatives in Newton MA USA. I recall hearing the name Nora, Norah, as a small child and visiting someone on New Hampshire.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Ellen Gowing
I am searching for information about Ellen Gowing born in Cork (or County Cork) in 1851. Father was Jeremiah. Ellen married Thomas Cook at Our Lady of Victories RC Church in Kensington on September 3rd. 1873. Ellen was my great grandmother but I have no knowledge of where she lived in Cork or how she came to meet my great grandfather. I would be very grateful for any information. Ken
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Sullivan family, County Cork
I'm looking for info on the Sullivan family who were living in Middlesex England in 1851 onwards. William Sullivan was a tailor born (according to the census) in Ireland 1823. His wife Catharine was born about 1824. Any help with this family would be welcomed gratefully.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Raeburn
Trying to find out what happened to an uncle, Tom Raeburn, who was employed in the film industry. Born about 1923 in London, but moved to Ireland (we think Cork), but we can't find any trace of him since then. Any help appreciated.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
McKELLIFF / McKELLIF
It is alleged that Oranto Charles McKELLIFF was born in Cork Ireland. I mean no respect when I say alleged, as I have yet to see anything to confirm this. In 1915 when he married Vera Eves/Evis May DODDRIDGE he said on his marriage certificate that he was aged 34 - that would equal a birth around 1881. But he may have under-quoted his age as his bride was much younger than him, no matter when he was born. On his marriage certificate he wrote that his father was also called Oranto Charles McKELLIFF - no proof of the validity of that yet, until more is uncovered in other records. However when Oranto Charles McKELLIFF died aged 84 in 1954 it was alleged on that death certificate that Oranto Charles McKELLIFF that he was born in Cork Ireland. That would equal a birth in 1870. Death certificates often have inaccurate information so without other verifying data I cannot be certain his age at death, and place of birth are accurate, yet. Also before he died a further given name was added to his name, so when he died he was listed as Oranto Charles St Patrick McKELLIFF. Possibly St Patrick was his confirmation name.. It is alleged that Oranto (born circa 1870 - 1881) also served in the Boer war and the first World War for the British Army. No proof of that yet either. Would need more work on the Public Records available at TNA to confirm that alleged enlistment. Once again I mean no respect to anyone who truly believes this is what he did - it is just that I have not seen anything yet that verifies the assertions. One relative thinks the birth occurred on 12 August 1870 in Cork Ireland - but has not quoted any verifying records and I have no way of knowing where the date was discovered and the validity of it. That is why I will still called it the alleged date of birth - or perhaps baptism? Seeking any McKELLIFF descendants who can assist a relative (of the above Oranto McKELLIFF) in Adelaide South Australia to find out more - especially confirmation of his true and correct date of birth, place of birth and parents of the said Oranto Charles McKELLIF (senior and junior versions of same) please
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
sullivan/o'sullivan
can anyone help looking for any relatives of a benjamin sullivan who married elizabeth ann old in sunderland co. durham england in 1914. benjamin's parents were james sullivan &helen or ellen who married in or around 1888. british 1911 census shows sullivan family living at no 3 george street, sunderland.thank you.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Allen, Patrick
Patrick Allen born sometime between 1854-1864 in Cork Ireland, not too sure of this. Married Sarah Moran. Don't know when or where. They lived in Needham MA USA and had 5 children. Mamie, Sadie, Nellie, Lizzie and John. Sarah died when Mamie was 12 years old and Mamie raised her siblings. Sarah had MORAN family members that lived in Newton MA. USA Family stories have suggested Patrick Allen was a stow away on a ship from Ireland. Also story he was related to Allen Shipping comany. Also told he had a sister here is the states. Lizzie worked for New England telephone for over 43 years until her retirement in 1959. She sort of was a snob at times and if she wasn't in the mood to keep in touch with family members she didn't and didn't allow the rest of the family to either.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Margaret Donohoe, County Cork
Hi, I'm looking for the birth of Margaret Donohoe/Denahy/Donaghue/Donoghue. She was born c1804 in County Cork, I don't know which parish. She was a convict: 5'3" fair slightly freckled, brown hair and hazel eyes. Convict (House Robbery) 28/294. she came out to Australia on the 'City of Edinburgh' from County Cork Ireland. She was tried 26/8/1825 sentenced to life. Faye
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail chambers/Mahoney families
looking for any relatives of Bernard Chambers and Abigail Burke nee Mahoney they married in Millstreet in 1861..They are my great grandparents.Bernard was stationed there with the army (87th Regiment).Any information welcome.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021

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