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red mail Scannell/Cronin
My great grandparents Patrick Scannell c1840 and Mary Cronin c1843 were married at St,Patrick,s Cathedrall Church,Skibbereen on the 13th of FEB 1859.They left Ireland to settle in Wales UK in 1860.Family folklaw has it that Aghadown was their place of origin, however i have never been able to prove it. I have a copy of the marriage certificate which shows Johannah Cronin and Timothy Burke as witnesses. If anyone reading this can help i would be very grateful. Graham
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2020
red mail McCarthy
Michael McCarthy was born in Aghadown about 1850. His parents were probably John McCarthy and Jane Regan. The family had moved to London by 1855. Two sisters were born in Ireland: Catherine and Honora. I would be delighted to hear from anyone who knows of this family.
red mail Casey/Spillane
I am looking for imfo on Jeremiah Casey born abt. 1814 who married Catherine Spillane abt.1841.They lived in Aghadown, Cork co.. They had children John born abt. 1842 and Ellen born abt.1844 who both died before 1849. 2 daughters, Catherine born abt. 1848 and Mary born abt 1845 survived. They emigrated to New Brunswick, Canada abt. 1849, and lived in New Brunswick and Calais, Maine, USA. They had more children in the US and Canada,William,Jeremiah,Patrick,Margaret,Timothy, and Thomas. One son, Timothy later became a Catholic priest and later Bishop and returned to visit relatives In Cork co..

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