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I am searching for descendants of Patrick Sullivan (born about 1804) and Ellen Kilty (born about 1805). THeir children were all baptized in Ardfield, in the Mountain Common area. John born 1828, Honora b. 1829, Catherine b. 1831, Ellen b. 1833, Jeremiah b. 1835, Patrick b. 1837, Dennis b. 1839, Joan b. 1842, James b. 1844. Patrick and Ellen emigrated to Philadelphia in 1857 with John, Ellen, Patrick, Dennis, and James. They lived with Richard and Mary Welsh/Walsh. Sons Martin and John Welsh, and daughter Bridgit also lived there. About 1875 Sarah Agnes Welsh, my gr grandmother emigrated. I am searching for any members of these families who might still live in the area. I plan to visit in September.
Posted: 2016
red mail Jones - John Townsend
Born in Co Cork c1849. Moved to Australia where he married Josephine LaFontaine and had 4 children before divorcing. He was a gold miner
red mail Wheltons of Dunowen, Ardfield, Cork
I am trying to trace my family history and have come to a dead end. Living in Spain, I am finding it extremely difficult Unfortunately, all my known relatives have died and left little information on my ancestors. Our family name is Whelton and we come from Dunowen, Ardfield, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. As a child I visited Dunowen and met my Great Uncle Patrick who could remember back to when the Lusitania was sunk just off the coast. I was of an age then, when family history was of little interest and never asked the relevant questions. My earliest traceable ancestor is John William Whelton (my Great Grandfather) the landowner at Dunowen. He lived as far as I can establish, from about 1850 to 1936 having had nine children. Please, if there is anyone out there who could help me put some ‘branches’ on my family tree or has any information regarding dates etc. I would be most grateful. I know there are a lot of Wheltons out there, but how and where do they all tie in? Pat

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