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red mail Dwyer/O'Dwyer Ballysheeda
Seeking information on family of Dwyer/O'Dwyer of Knockgloss/ Ballysheedy/ Annacarty. Timothy baptised 2 Aug 1840, parents John O'Dwyer and Bridget McGrath. Sponsors Timothy O'Dwyer and Ellen Butler. Timothy migrated to Australia, where he married in 1870.
red mail Hogan Ballysheeda
Looking for information about Matthew Hogan born about 1839 in Ballysheeda, parents Michael Hogan, Winifred Keefe (according to death certificate). Matthew and and brother Patrick emigrated to Australia (about 1863 and before 1858 respectively). Would love to find out more. Thanks for any help.
red mail keville family history Longford Bridge
hello im told my father born 1925-28 died 1995/6 he was known as mossie, in longford ireland he had 7 other siblings the problem is the trail has gone cold ive managed to identfy his siblings and relations down to the recent additons but nothing relating to his parents or anything before, I wonder if anyone is looking or has some information please Kind regards Glenys
red mail Bradshaw, Hassett, Hassed. Doon, Dun, and Parish
Michael, Timothy, Mary, John, Patrick and Martin Bradshaw all migrated to Australia in the mid 1800's, Their parents were John Bradshaw and Honora McInerney Glengar, Doon, County Limerick. I know Mary Bradshaw married Michael Hassett (Hassed)in 1893 and I have a lot of information of their descendants, looking for more information on the brothers.
red mail Annacarty,Co.Tipperary. Annacarty
McLoughlin family lived here in 1800's to 1950, possibly longer.Father was Richard, mother was Honora(Nora)formerly O'Reilly. Sons John and Patrick remainedin the area,also one daughter, Alice. Other girls went to England. Seeking contacts or information.
red mail births Doon
national birh register generally starts 1864. some parish records go back further. Doon is from 1824
red mail graves Doon
the family graves that I'm interested in are for Fitzgerald, Ryan, Fox, Richardson - all families have common relatives

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