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Freeman
John Freeman of the Townland of Kilgobbin, near Ennis. Daughter Bridget married William MacNamara of Clooney about 1825. At least three of their children emigrated to Sydney, Australia in 1860's - Daniel and Mary MacNamara and widowed sister Ann Roche. Any info appreciated. Cheers.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
McNamara/Keily
Michael McNamara emigrated to Australia about 1840 with wife Mary Keily and dau Elizabeth Mary Anne (possibly more children). He was born about 1810 in the Ennis/Carahan area. Mary died before 1847, when he remarried in Sydney. He was a publican in Sydney for many years, and died in 1880. Trying to establish if he is a brother or close relative of Anne Roche (nee McNamara, my g.g.grandmother), as there is a lot of evidence for this, but no proof. These are very common names! Any help appreciated.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Roche
Ann Roche (nee McNamara), widow of Michael, aged 36. Emigrated from Clooney or Carahan near Ennis to Australia in 1865 with five children - James, Margaret, Michael, William & Daniel (aged 2). Most likely they came either with, or to, family, possibly McNamaras. Lived in Pyrmont, Sydney. Any info appreciated.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
Bleasby of Ballycoree
Alicia, daughter of William Bleasby of Ballycoree, co Clare, married Michael Smithwick around 1800. I would like to know the name of Alicia's mother and the provenance of both of her parents. I understand that Ballycoree is about a mile north of the center of Ennis.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail McNAMARA
Searching for information about the family of Patrick McNamara who was born in Ennis, County Clare in about 1861. His father was Michael McNamara and Catherine Neville, both born in about 1835. The family migrated to Queensland in 1875.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail mc mahon, o'donohue, ennis
The great grandfather of my wife was Thomas Mc Mahon who was born about 1858 in County Clare .On the 23rd April 1883 Thomas married Bridget O' Donohue in Bearfield. Bridget was born in 1857 the daughter of Thomas O Donohue and Catherine O Donohue (nee Kinnane). A few weeks later the newly married couple sailed to Australia on the Nowshera and settled in Southport in Qld.Any further information re the Mc Mahon and O Donohue families woud be greatly appreciated
red mail Susan Cullen
I am looking for information on Susan Cullen.She was born 1831 Ennis Co Clare Ireland. I cannot find details of her parents or siblings or of how or when she came to Australia. She married Alexander Denney in Victoria Australia in 1853 but I can find no record of her before this. Can anyone help? Many thanks.
red mail Reedy, Ennis, Ballyea,
Patrick Reedy b 1823, parents Thomas Reedy and Bridget Silver, married Margaret McMahon 1848c at Ballyea. Her parents were Michael McMahon and Sarah O'Brien. Family arrived Moreton Bay 1852 per 'Argyle' with young son Thomas. Patrick's brother Michael arrived three years later with a David McMahon per'Chowringhee'. Anyone with any connection please contact me.
red mail O'BRIEN
looking for any link to the following 1901 sensus extract:Census 1901, Borheen, Ennis, Co Clare. ref: 27/11. Ann O`Brien, Head, Roman Catholic, Read and Write, 56y, no occ, Co Clare. Willy O`Brien, Son, ditto ditto , 36, Railway Carpenter, Co Clare. Pat O`Brien, Son, ditto ditto , 32, Railway Porter, Co Clare. Willy (william) was my GFather, who later married Marie O'Malley abt 1907, Ennis.
red mail Hourigan
Researching for all Hourigan's from Ennis, or Clare in General. My Wife Ann is seraching for Family, or any related line. James

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