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Ronan family
I have been searching for my maternal grandmothers family on and off for several years. I have recently learned that she was married and widowed in Ireland before she left for the U.S. Her last name on her marriage certificate to my grandfather was Helen F. Ronon. She was born Helen F. Power in Lacken/Dungarvan in 1890. Since Waterford and Cork are neighboring counties and I found Ronan's in Cork I thought perhaps someone might have some information that would help me in my search.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Collins, Dennis mother
Looking for the wife of Michael COLLINS, mother of Dennis COLLINS. Dennis Collins was born in 1844 in Ireland. He married Bridget Collins in 1866 in Cork, Ireland. His father Michael Collins was on the marriage certificate but that was the only information I found on him. I'm searching for his wife.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
I am looking for information on the following thought to have been born in Cork.Gt.Gt.G'Father Timothy Henry O'LEARY b.circa 1830 a carpenter by trade,father of Edward Francis O'LEARY b.1852/3. Edward was apparently closely associated with the church but went to England and joined the army.Died 9/5/1886. Info. on these two men and/or family would be welcome
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2020
red mail SULLIVAN, Margaret (or O'SULLIVAN) b 1838
Margaret SULLIVAN (O'SULLIVAN) born 1838 in Cloghroe, Count Cork, immigrated to Australia (no date) and married a gold miner, Henry GOULD on 2 February 1868 in Castlemaine, Victoria (St Mary's Church - Roman Catholic). Margaret died in Maldon, Victoria on 15/11/1920. Margaret's parents were Henry O'SULLIVAN and Julia Aulery (or O'LEARY ?) Any additional information would be appreciated. regards liz.
Post Revised: 2019
red mail O'Neill / O'Neil and variations.
Any information wanted on William Owen O'Neill who left Co. Cork in The Great Famine and married Mary Mahoney in Cardiff in 1853. He initially lived in Newtown but settled in the Roath area and became a mason/builder. According to his marriage certificate his father was Thomas, a husbandman. Tony
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail WELSH
Trying to trace ancestors of the WELSH family who left Co. Cork about 1850 to work on building the docks at Cardiff.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail William Cleary, Private - 88th of Foot Connaught Rangers
Looking for family of William Cleary born 1794 Cork, County Cork. Died: Sept 1850 in Hobart, Tasmania, Aust. William enlisted with the Royal Military 88th of Foot "Connaught Rangers" Regiment at the County Cork St Peter's Parish in December 1813, aged 19. * Not to be confused with William Cleary of the 99th Connaught Rangers whom also enlisted at same Church Parish, two years after our relative and lived in the same city of Battery Point TAS during 1829-1850's. Other William was a musician and our relative William was a licensed publican/entrepreneur. William served from 1813-1821; conflicts at Upper Canada - under command of MG - 'Sir' Gordon Drummond. Received injuries during battle and was treated at The Royal Chelsea Hospital . William Cleary joined the Royal Veterans in Jan 1826 and came with Agnes Johnson (and possibly a child) on the ship "John Barry" in 1826 to NSW Australia with the two companies of Royal Veteran Soldiers. Moved on to Hobart Tasmania where they settled, until his death. From around 1829 Agnes and William Cleary lived at Veteran's Row (later called Upper Murray St) Battery Point, Hobart TAS, ran a licensed hotel from their house, called "Sir Thomas Brisbane Hotel". His children were: Agnes Drummond Brown (nee Cleary), James Loyd Cleary, Eleonora Cleary and Robert Burns Cleary (twins), Marie Cleary Thomas Cleary and Napoleon Bonaparte Cleary, all born in Hobart TAS.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Abigail O'Connell
Searching for info on Abigail CONNELL/O'CONNELL, who arrived (with her sister Mary) in Sydney in August 1832 on the Red Rover, bringing 203 women and girls from charitable institutions in Dublin and Cork. They were the daughters of Maurice O'Connell and Ellen SPILLOW and were born about 1812 somewhere in County Cork. In July 1833 Abigail married James McNEILL from Ayr, the master of the whaler Wolf. She died in Sydney in 1894. Any help would be most appreciated.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2019
Born approx. 1887. Searching for his family believed to be Helen and Anna May (daughters) and son Maurice Burns born 14.12.37 County Cork. Maurice left Ireland in 1957 to go to Australia and as far as I know has had no contact with any relatives since leaving. Really need to contact someone who knows of him or family alive or deceased.
Posted: 2018
red mail Jeremiah and Hannah COLLINS
Hi, trying to trace my Irish roots without a lot of success! Jeremiah and Hannah COLLINS emigrated to Wales (Merthyr Tydfil - Aberdare) probably during the 1840's to 1850's. Jeremiah was born around 1821 and Hannah around 1828 - 1831. I'm pretty sure they came from County Cork but no idea what area? In the 1861 census it shows a Dennis Triskle? was staying with them - a visitor from Ireland. Any help would be great!
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2018

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